You’re Batman. You work long hours in the Batcave solving the Riddler’s riddles and trying to thwart the Joker’s next attack on Gotham. But it’s not like you’re Catman, you can’t see in the dark. What do you need?
As far as novelty desk lamps go, this is one of the better ones I’ve seen. The officially licensed Marvel Spider Man Streetlight LED Desk Lamp stands approximately 16-inches tall and features Spider-Man dangling from a miniature street light, which doubles as a desk lamp.
When Superman’s not busy saving the world from impending doom, he’s out and about making sure that people’s books don’t fall or topple over. At least, that’s what it seems like with Israeli design studio Artori Design’s brand-spankin’ new Book and Hero bookend.
The only time you will catch me slumming it with any show from The CW is catching up on Arrow and Flash via Hulu. I like both of those shows and each time I watch I think how much cooler the Arrow is than Hawkeye.
Kids get all of the cool bedding, but what about adults? Well, now they have some cool bedding too. Check out this 8-bit superhero bedding for adults. Now you can go to sleep safe and sound, protected by Earth’s mightiest pixelated heroes.
I can think of no better way to celebrate your passion for Marvel’s superheroes than to make some tasty baked goodies in their form. That’s exactly what Flickr contributor Cindy Li did when she baked up this batch of delicious looking banana bread, baked in the shapes of Thor, Captain America, The Hulk, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Wolverine:
These are truly bananas, Cindy.
DC Comics has been releasing monthly themed variant covers for a while now. We saw their LEGO variant covers back in August. For March 2015, DC reached out to the big screen for inspiration – and a bit of tongue-in-cheek humor.
Sometimes you have marketing campaigns that stink, like DC Comics recent “selfie” variant cover theme. Then other times they nail it, like with their latest idea. To celebrate the LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham video game being released later this year, DC is letting the minifigs take over the covers.
Have you ever wondered if superheroes were real, what would they do when they weren’t keeping us safe? Tony Stark would chase women and spend money I presume, but what about the others? These LEGO figures by Angus MacLane give us a glimpse into superheroes and other pop culture figures relaxing on their day off.
Not too long ago we saw some carved crayons that looked like Doctor Who’s sonic screwdriver. As cool as those were, they were no match for these new carved crayons from artist Hoang Tran from Wax Nostalgic.
You don’t have to decorate the entire nursery in geek themes you know. Just a few touches here and there should be enough. In fact an adorable and nerdy mobile is all you need. It is a great way to teach your children about the characters you geek out over.
Some people build starships with LEGO, others build houses or recreate classic movie moments. Christian Cantrell has his own unique take – borrowing from popular culture and creating humorous scenes using LEGO bricks. Some of these scenes are downright brilliant, cute and funny.
Superheroes were once babies, too. And it’s about time Marvel showed the whole world what they were probably like, via Skottie Young’s awesomely-rendered covers for the Marvel NOW! titles.
This is Skottie’s second batch of covers and he does a pretty bang-up job as usual, as you can see below.
You were amazed at Iron Man’s transforming suitcase in Iron Man 2. You were surprised by his transforming… pod thing in The Avengers. Now, behold: Iron Man cufflinks. What’s that? No, they don’t transform. But I’ll let you in on a trade secret: neither did the suitcase and that pod thing!