delorean golf cart

Endless mulligans at only 8.8 mph!

This beauty was created by David and Vicki Heykants, John Perrin, and Lucas Evanochko of Dual Divisions as a commission for The Red Deer College 30th Annual Golf Classic.

David did a tremendous amount of work on this project; the Mr Fusion is entirely made of metal. It also hides a cooler inside. The front end? All metal. The side panels with all the electronic items? Metal. Yes, this cart is built to last.

It also features buttons that play music and effects from the films as well as an Android tablet that functions as a virtual time circuit.

Take a closer look at the DeLorean golf cart in the videos and image gallery after the break…

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chemistry pumpkin

Using green fire to enhance Jack-O’-Lanterns isn’t a new concept, but if you’re unfamiliar, the image above from imgur user Mikepants is a good example of the effect that results.

All it takes is a simple combination of boric acid and methanol. Complete instructions are available here but, as always, respect the chemistry (or the chemistry will burn your house down).


The smaller something is, the cuter it becomes and that makes these super tiny Pokémon the most adorable Pokémon ever! Molder of super cute things, Ruby Huang, loves to make itty bitty fan art and has recently created a collection of her favorite Pokémon. Those these are not currently for sale on her Etsy site, she is sharing these bite-sized cuties on her Instagram page under the #pinkymon hashtag.

Check out more awwww-inducing clay figure pics after the break.

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Hot Toys has unveiled their First Order TIE Pilot sixth scale collectible figure and it’s just as fantastic as the previous releases in their Star Wars: The Force Awakens lineup.

The highly-accurate collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of First Order TIE Pilot in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It features a newly designed glossy black TIE Pilot helmet and armor with life support system, meticulously tailored flight suit, detailed blaster pistol, and a hexagonal figure stand with the First Order’s emblem!

Check out more pics after the break…

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cthulhu monopoly

I’ve always knows Monopoly was evil. It’s the favorite game of Mr. Burns and Cthulhu, which pretty much says it all.

Set foot for Miskatonic University, and battle it out with other Cthulhu occultists to find out who truly is the Great Old One among you. This Cthulhu Collector’s Edition Monopoly Game features fun Cthulhu and H.P. Lovecraftian style imagery, plus game tokens straight from the Cthulhu mythos! The winner of Cthulhu Monopoly shall be deemed most like the Great Old One and the most fit to inherit his mantle. Whether you win or not, you lose and become one of Cthulhu’s mindless zombies. Hooray!

If that wasn’t bad enough, you can gamble with your soul with Cthulhu Yahtzee. Check that out after the break…

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The gorgeous spellbook gaming boxes you see above are prototype designs from Elderwood Boxes that are gaining popularity and heading towards a Kickstarter campaign. According to the site:

“Spellbooks are gaming boxes built to feel like arcane tomes and designed to capture the timeless appeal old leather, wood, and metal. They’re an elegant package that’s meant to be as functional as it is fun.”

Each box offers a different layout for your gaming storage needs and Elderwood is even considering having a whiteboard or a tablet holder on the space behind the hardwood cover.

While we patiently wait for the Elderwood Spellbook Game Boxes campaign to begin, check out more photos after the break.

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Thingiverse user T.J. Owens has created an excellent replica of the NES that’s small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. The case is built around a modified Raspberry Pi B+ board and features working start and reset buttons.

Inspired by the Retro Pi Project, many frustrating hours of 3D modeling and alterations went into Owen’s mini NES, but the results look practically identical to the original.

Without a size reference (banana?) in the photo it’s hard to see how small and awesome this case actually is. To give you an idea, the Raspberry Pi board is only about 3″ by 2″ and fits very snugly in the mini NES. It’s really quite an achievement, and if you have a 3D printer and soldering tool, all the files are free for download on Owen’s Thingiverse page. However, Owen notes that “this project is not for the faint of heart” as “basic electronics knowledge and additional parts are necessary for complete design.”

There’s more photos of this mini NES after the break.

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Holy dark ages Batman! These Justice League figures looks awesome as RPG warriors. The “Dungeon League” set is the work of artist Sillof who’s well known for making fantastic custom action figures. On his website, Sillof explains his inspiration:

“Anyone who has ever played a role-playing game in their childhood probably at some point imagined what some of their favorite characters from television, film, comics, and literature would look like inside the medieval fantasy world of their chosen RPG, I know I did.

I spent house imagining what race and class each of them would be. Recently I decided to indulge my childhood fantasies and make some of those characters. While this is not a unique endeavor and it has been done by others before in various ways I think they are still unique and I hope you enjoy them.”

Check out the Medieval Batman, Superman, The Flash, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman after the break.

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wonder woman statue edit

When the first picture of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman was revealed, more than one fan noted that the costume colors appeared to be a bit too muted.

That having been said, the new DC Collectibles 13-inch Wonder Woman resin statue by James Marsano is stunning, and we love the bolder colors.

The statue is estimated to be $150 and it’s slated for a March 2016 arrival.

Check out the full image after the break.

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The Microsoft Office Productivity Bundle features 10 courses on the essentials: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook & Access. It’s available for a limited time in our Nerd Approved Deals store for a price that you decide!

If you spend over the average price of $8.78, you’ll unlock two additional courses on OneNote and MS Access. Plus, 10% of the proceeds go to support Project Hope.

Head on over to the Microsoft Office Productivity Bundle page in our Deals Store for more info on each course.