Whether you find Claptrap annoying or endearing, I think we can all agree that we would like to own a lifesize replica of the smart-mouthed robot from the Borderlands games. At least this version won’t talk and talk.
Someone call King Triumph, because Super Fan Builds made an Iron Throne… for you to poop on. The show made the pointy toilet for A Song of Ice and Fire fan John Giovanazzi and the customers of his bar Complex in Los Angeles, where John sometimes holds Game of Thrones-themed events.
Etsy shop Gothelf Bros Studios makes these wooden replicas of Link’s swords from The Legend of Zelda. There’s the Wooden Sword, the White Sword and the Magic Sword. Isn’t the Old Man kind of an ass for not giving the Magic Sword to Link right away?
The latest collectible from Awe Me’s Super Fan Builds is a coffee table based on Han Solo’s carbonite block. Because the metallic block could’ve been Han’s coffin if he wasn’t reanimated, Super Fan Builds built the table using an actual wooden coffin as its base.
Prop maker David of Naughty Zoot Design went all out when he made this replica of the Z-250 Light Rifle from Halo 4. Instead of relying on a paint job to get an authentic look, David used 14 gauge cold-rolled steel and copper to capture the weapon’s appearance.
Insight Editions made a replica of the one book that you should absolutely judge by its cover. The officially licensed Monster Book of Monsters replica looks just like the prop used in the movie adaptation of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
Etsy shop Faust and Company specializes in detailed rubber masks. One of its offerings was this realistic replica of the Pokémon Cubone’s skull mask. In case you didn’t know, the official explanation for the mask is that it belongs to the Pokémon’s dead mother.
If you thought the MGS V-themed PS4 was sweet, check out the Premium Package that Konami is offering its customers in Japan. The limited edition game bundle comes with a 1:1 replica of Big Boss’ bionic arm.
Big time professional LEGO builder Nathan Sawaya built the LEGO Oscar trophies that were given away to a handful of celebrities at the 2015 Academy Awards. Nathan believes that sharing is awesome, so he submitted his creation as a LEGO set on LEGO Ideas.
It turns out you don’t need to turn your pets into quadcopters to immortalize them. Just send Cuddle Clones a picture of your buddy and it will make a plush doll or sandstone figurine based on your beloved animal.
2K Games is giving Xbox One and PS4 owners one heck of a deal with its Borderlands: The Handsome Collection. It consists of remastered versions of Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel plus all of their currently released DLC, all for the price of one game.
Like many of the best games, the ancient Chinese board game Go takes seconds to learn and a lifetime to master. Joe Miller’s LEGO technique mirrors the game’s virtue. His 9×9 Go board may seem unremarkable to non-LEGO enthusiasts like myself, but a deeper look reveals a master at work.
A Borderlands fan got a funny and thoughtful proposal in the form of this well made ring box, which was made to look like a loot chest from the irreverent first-person shooter. It even has the colorful information pop up, complete with funny quotes and stats.
Wicked Lasers is known for creating crazy powerful consumer lasers, but there are some lines that even the company wouldn’t cross. But they’re going to help anyone crazy enough to realize its idea. It’s a concept for a laser-based replica of the crossguard lightsaber from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
This is a Batman cowl replica like you have never seen before. It’s a 1:1 scale copy of Bruce Wayne’s head that actually lights up. So it is a bust and a lamp, making it a very weird, yet very cool collectible.