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28 Days of Geek Giving: Stikfas Omega Male Superhero

The Stikfas line of action figures were pretty popular a few years ago, as you could build and trick out your action figures and have them battle each other, or take on those 3 and 3/4-inch action figures with your army of automatons. This Omega Male Superhero comes with 2 Omega Male body-part sprues in different colors (orange and white), making it possible to build 2 figures from 1 kit. With 14 super-poseable points of ball-joint articulation, 49 interchangeable parts and accessories, Ziploc bag, STIKer sheet, and instruction card, you’ll have tons of fun with this guy! Stands 3-inches tall.…

Gift Guide
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28 Days of Geek Giving: Thor’s Hammer

We’re in the homestretch in the Major Spoilers 28 Days of Geek Giving guide for 2009.  The big day is quickly approaching, and there’s still plenty of time to find that something awesome for the geek in your life. Today’s installment we have a fairly inexpensive life-sized model of Thor’s Hammer.  While other replicas will set you back several hundred dollars, this officially licensed plastic hammer will only set you back a Jackson (plus shipping). If you have someone that love’s to cosplay and needs a cool looking hammer when they dress up as the Norse god, then this is…

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28 Days of Geek Giving: Magneto’s Helmet

If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the last four years of running Major Spoilers it is this; fans like their comic books, but they seem to like merchandise even more.  And while the comic book lover in your life may not need a life sized prop replica of Magneto’s helmet, chances are if they are a fan of Marvel and the X-Men, they’ll be more than happy to display a life sized prop replica of Magneto’s helmet on their shelf, desk, or they might even wear it down the street to pick up the ladies. The helmet is from…

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28 Days of Geek Giving: Tauntaun Sleeping Bag

What started out as an April Fool’s joke a few years ago, turned into an actual product, and is perfect for Star Wars fans.  The Tauntaun sleeping bag is a bit friendlier looking than the ones that appeared in the movie, and while sleeping bags should look cool on the outside, the inside is really nice, as it features an intestine pattern.  Best of all, there’s a lightsaber zipper to open and close the sleeping bag. All the info, and a video, after the jump!

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28 Days of Geek Giving: Batman’s Cowl

Any true Batman fan probably has a cheap rubber cowl sitting in their closet somewhere.  The thing smells bad, tears at your skin when you put them on, and the rubber ears don’t stand up right… or so I’ve heard… This year, make the smile on the face of your Bat-Fan shine brighter than the Bat Signal with the actual cowl from Batman Returns. The Bat-Cowl has been professionally crafted from the original prop worn in Tim Burton’s 1992 film. Composed of sturdy fiberglass, the non-wearable Bat-Cowl hangs on a utility-belt-styled display stand. The lot is limited to 500 units,…

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28 Days of Geek Giving: Star Trek Phaser

Heaven forbid we leave the Star Trek fans out of our gift giving guide. And if you are going to give Star Trek gifts it’s probably best to go with the phaser from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Created using detailed production blueprints and featuring voice and sound effects from the iconic movie, this replica features the never-before-seen removable Type 1 Phaser – making this a must-have for Trekkies everywhere! $30 bucks!? I hope someone picks one of these up for me, too! via Diamond Select Toys

Hasbro
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Hasbro and Sesame Workshop announced global alliance for Sesame Street

Press Release Today, Hasbro, Inc. (NYSE: HAS) and Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, announced a 10-year global strategic alliance that will give Hasbro the rights to manufacture and market a wide-range of toys and co-branded games based on the beloved characters of Sesame Street. The range of products, featuring Elmo, Big Bird, Abby Cadabby and Cookie Monster, among others, will be designed to simultaneously entertain and educate young children. New Sesame Street products from Hasbro’s PLAYSKOOL and games brands will be available in stores beginning in 2011.

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28 Days of Geek Giving: Green Lantern Costume Hoodie

Someone said clothing is not a present, and while we could argue the semantics and arguments for and against that claim when it pertains to underwear and socks, the Green Lantern Costume Hoodie is an excellent gift for those who want to cosplay, without actually cosplaying.  The hoodie features a mask that covers the top half of the face, and looking at the full pullover, it actually looks like a pretty cool uniform that might work in one of those 52 Earths currently featured in the DC Multiverse.  There’s still time to order the hoodie for the holidays and it…

kotobukiya
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Kotobukiya announces Red Hulk fine art statue

Kotobukiya announced the coming release of a brand new fine art sculpture of the Red Hulk (or Rulk as many like to call him), by Erick Sosa and William Valenzuela. This is a sneak peek to our new Red Hulk Fine Art Statue inspired by the art of Ed McGuiness, as you can see this is still a work in progress but soon will be fully displayed in all it’s painted glory! Remember he doesn’t come alone… the big guy brought a certain Jade Giant to the party… keep visiting our site for more sneak peeks an updates ! via…

DC
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28 Days of Geek Giving: Bloomingdale’s tribute to DC Comics

If you’re thinking your comic book gifts lack a high price feel that comes from purchasing products at the most expensive stores, check out the Justice League shirt from Bloomingdale’s.  The $39 tee-shirt is exclusive to the store, which is helping to celebrate DC’s 75th anniversary.  Sizes range from Small to Extra Large, which may keep this gift off of the more portly fans wish list this year – unless of course a gym membership is also on the list of wants. via Bloomingdale’s

Dark Horse Comics
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Limited Edition Stan Sakai shirts go on sale this Saturday

Press Release Dark Horse has teamed up with the LA-based clothing label The Hundreds for the creation of two extremely limited T-shirts featuring new art from creator Stan Sakai, to be released this coming Saturday. The T-shirts, which have been produced in a limited run of only two hundred of each design, will hit retail at The Hundreds’ Los Angeles and San Francisco locations this coming weekend. Usagi creator Stan Sakai will be at the Rosewood location in LA from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. to sign copies of the latest issue of the monthly comic. In addition, the first…

Merchandise
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Dark Knight motorcycle suit orders end October 31st

We mentioned the Dark Knight Motorcycle Suit previously on the site, and the creators let us know that the cut off date to purchase the complete outfit is coming up on October 31, 2009. “Batman fans recognize that nothing like this has ever been created and we’ve received orders from around the globe,” says David Pea, owner of Universal Designs, which is producing the screen-accurate Dark Knight Motorcycle Suit under license from Warner Bros. Consumer Products on behalf of DC Comics. UD Replicas licensed the Dark Knight Motorcycle Suit from Warner Bros. but have limited the number of outfits to…

Merchandise
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UD Replicas makes fan film’s wet dreams come true

Universal Designs has announced it has acquired a licensing agreement with Warner Bros. to begin production of the Dark Knight Motorcycle suit.  If you’ve ever wanted to impress the ladies while speeding down the highway on your souped up two wheeler, then you will want to check this suit out.  Only 1,000 units are going to be made, so if you wanna be the cool guy in the next bike parade, you better place an order now.  The whole set will only set you back $1,000. I’ll let you make the “That codpiece looks a little small for me -…

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