In this installment of The Want List, Potato Head Heroes, Arkham Asylum, and FIREFLIES!
In this installment of The Want List, we take a gander at three new statues coming your way in 2013!
In this installment of The Want List – Chell gets and action figure, Sideshow Collectibles makes a really scary statue, and the Man of Bronze gets done up right.
When The Wife and I got married, we had custom wedding bands made that tied to her family heritage. I’m not sure what would have happened if I had suggested we get a pair of Star Wars inspired wedding bands…
What could be in the box? This week, Stephen reviews another piece of merchandise from the Nerd Room of Doom, unboxing it before your eyes.
In this episode we use the force to fool our friends, smell like pizza, and a huge Mortal Kombat statue.
The Want List returns! It’s been far too long since new episodes of The Want List have graced the pages of Major Spoilers, and it is time to fix that… after the jump!
Here’s something every D&D player ought to have if she (or he) wants to rub it in the nose of their Dungeon Master – a D20 that lights up when you roll a critical hit!
- Twenty-sided die flashes red when you roll a 20
- Not a cheater die! Weighted evenly so you have to earn those 20s
- Players: It is up to your GM whether you can use it in your game
- GMs: The red glow makes you look even more evil behind the screen
- Dimensions: approximately 1.5″ in diameter
- Batteries included
I guess, if a GDDM were evil (Rodrigo), he would want to get one of these so he could sit back with a smug grin on his face as he wipes his party, but really, DMs are evil enough already without needing one of these to taught the players.
The ThinkGeek Critical Hit D20 only sets you back $9.99.
The most anticipated moment in the Iron Man 2 movie had to be the suitcase armor stunt that showed off Tony Stark’s new duds. While the gimmick was only used once, the briefcase is something that will probably stick in fans minds for some time to come. And now that there is a real briefcase modeled after the movie prop, fans might have reason to say, “Haven’t I seen that somewhere before?”
Made from aluminum and leather, the briefcase features a custom laser-cut interior that reads STARK and a has a rubber lining to protect your important files. There are only 1,000 unites being sold worldwide, and if you can fork over the $460 the company is asking for this big of geekery, you’ll be one step closer to being named Tony Stark’s best pal ever.
Doctor Doom pays a visit to the Want List Studios, and Stephen gives it a once over.
In this installment of The Want List – Packing with style, Boba Fett packs some heat, and Lantern rings galore.
In this installment of The Want List – Stallone gets an action figure, a Key for your head arrives, and Wonder Woman finally gets a pair of cool shoes… kinda…