I will agree that shoes are a fantastic invention, but the fact that we must wear a pair to enter most businesses wears on me from time to time. But since we must wear them, we might as well throw in a little self-expression, and Reebok and Marvel would like to help with that.
LEGO has been releasing fantastic ready-to-build sets for years, but the possibilities of the little bricks shine most when used in free form. Take the jump and see the props one fan has created. Avengers Assemble!
If you still aren’t excited for the upcoming Avengers movie, then maybe a new Iron Man statue from ArtFX will do the trick.
Friendly pub and zombie apocalypse safe haven The Winchester could soon be yours in Lego form. Hopefully the shotgun above the bar isn’t fully functioning this time.
This is awesome beyond awesome! If you ever wanted to do some sword and sorcery fantasy, but wanted a costume that was easy enough to get on and off (and will drive the ladies crazy), check out these totally rad (yes, I did type rad) dwarf beard and helmet combos crocheted by LegendaryCrafts.
Mattel has announced something every Back to the Future II fans have been waiting to hear – Hoverboards are here.
For years we’ve seen fans of Portal create their own Portal Gun, but now Hobby Search has announced it is taking pre-orders for an official prop replica.
My four year old came home from the store the other day wearing a Red Power Ranger mask and doing all the karate moves that he thought looked cool. Though he has never seen a Power Ranger in his life, I guess it is time to go down that path. I’m not gonna be one of those parents that buy their kid a cheap costume and send them out into the world to fight Lord Zedd or Hydro Hog. I want my kid to at least have some protection from the weather.
Fortunately, there are Power Ranger hoodies that should do just that.
Every Game Master needs a cool hat so everyone knows who’s the boss at the game table. And while not everyone can be Tony Danza, or wear a big tall pointy hat while commanding brooms, nearly everyone can wear a fez.
Kotobukiya has announced the ArtFX Statue of Batman, returns in an all new black costume this July.
Wow. Here’s something I didn’t expect to see come across the virtual desk at Major Spoilers – The Steve Jobs Action Figure. Created by Chinese manufacturer Dragon in Dreams, the action figure depicts the late Apple CEO in miniature form.
Fans of Locke & Key have one more ring to collect from Skelton Crew Studio. The Moon Key went live in the Skelton Crew Studio store over the weekend, and if you are one of the first 400 to buy one, you’ll get a card signed by Joe Hill, writer of the IDW series.