I spent many an hour growing up making buildings and cars out of LEGO. Inevitably, I would destroy the buildings in some sort of Godzilla fantasy. LEGO has a new official building kit that lets you make a blocky version of the US Capitol Building.
I’m moving to Colorado from Texas this week and we plan on doing lots of outdoor activities in our new state since we can actually go outside without bursting into flames. I freely admit that I am worried about bears.
I long ago left the old T-45 Power armor behind, and now schlep around the wasteland in by badass flamed out X-01 power armor. T-45 is for plebs. ThinkGeek has a sweet Fallout Power Helmet coin bank that will hold your quarters, but won’t hold caps because the slot is too thin.
Fans of the HBO series Game of Thrones who need to get their hands on some collectibles to show the world their fandom will want to check these Funko Dorbz action figures. They 3″ tall figures all have disproportionately big heads, stout little bodies, and skinny slits in place of eyes.
These official Shark Tank action figures will give you just ten minutes to decide if they want to partner up with you. The figures come complete with chairs, so they can sit in judgment of the wacky ideas that your other action figures have for products.
I didn’t know that designing LEGO constructs in the virtual world was a thing. It clearly is because this spaceship for Futurama was designed by a dude called Nicola Stocchi using LEGO Digital Designer. The digitally-rendered spacecraft has 5112 parts and looks gigantic.
I watched Labyrinth growing up and the movie seriously creeped me out. Still, it had Miss Hottie 1986 Jennifer Connelly in it so I watched. David Bowie was one weird bastard in this movie. Still I have fond memories of the ’80s thanks in part to this film.
I’ve been involved in enough NERF wars to know you want to protect two specific parts of your body… or technically four. You protect your eyes and your balls. Everything else can take a hit with no ill effects.
I used to live for building cars out of my LEGO blocks, and I clearly recall the teachers having to gather up all the wheels at pre-K to stop the 4-year-old brawls from happening because that jerk James tried to bogart all the wheels.
NECA has a really cool Deadpool action figure coming your way in January of next year. Yeah, that is a long time away, but you may still have some Christmas money left then. The action figure is a gigantic 18-inches tall.
Growing up, my brother was a nervous sort and you could freak him out easily with just about any toy that moved on its own. I’m pretty sure it had to do with the flick Child’s Play that we stayed up and watched late one night or maybe Maximum Overdrive, where everything wanted to kill you.
The only things that Pokémon and Gundam really have in common are that they both come from Japan. At least that is all they had in common until Imgur user Khrisamisu was inspired to create these Pokémon models in Gundam style.
Sometimes having a job is complete bullshit. We all have those days when the boss is being a dick and you don’t feel like working as much as you feel like rubbing hot sauce in his eyes and then beating him with that shitty copier they force the entire office to use.
Deadpool is one of the coolest superheroes there is, even if he isn’t really a hero. We see all sorts of full-size action figures pop up at Entertainment Earth and the thing they usually have in common are price tags well into the thousands of dollars range.
Remember when Pharrell Williams turned up in that terrible hat? You know, that thing that looked like it was straight out of Curious George. I mean I like his music mostly, but that hat was downright weird.