You’ve seen Poké Balls, but never like this. Jasper Hams of MasenkoProps has crafted this “Monster Ball” display from polyurethane and aluminium. The ball has a visible interior which looks sufficiently high-tech, and comes in a neat display case emblazoned with the logo of Silph Co., one of the technology giants of the Pokémon world.
This piece is, of course, non-functional – you’re not going to be able to catch parrots and the like using this thing. The hinge doesn’t move, and the Poké Ball is designed to stay mounted to the base and inside its container, so it’s for ornamental display only. But gosh, what a display.
You can purchase it directly from Jasper’s Etsy store for $133.55 USD, though as they’re made to order we expect there’ll be a bit of a wait thanks to the press attention. Check out more photos of this magnificent piece below. [click to continue…]
It appears that Jawas have grown tired of the desert, deciding instead to hang out on your lush green lawn. Curiously, all of the other lawn ornaments in the neighborhood have gone missing. Rumor has it that a Monster Gnome is in the works, and everyone is a little on edge about it. The fact that your 16-inch Jawa has glowing (solar powered) eyes isn’t helping.
Star Wars Jawa Lawn Ornament ($79.99)
Ashley Wood’s awesomely stylized Sixth-Scale Black Widow figure from ThreeA was unveiled last month, but it can be pre-ordered now for a whopping $159.99 with shipping slated for June 2017. It stands at 13-inches tall and features 24 articulation points, a trench coat (for spy stuff!), two pistols, and an interchangeable head with a cool mask. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
It appears that the artists and writers at Bungie up and decided to make a children’s book based on Destiny called, appropriately enough, D Is For Destiny. It’s a clever strategy. The time that you should be spending with your kids instead of playing video games can now be spent talking to your kids about video games. Brilliant!
From the world of Destiny, this rhyming alphabet book created by the artists and writers at Bungie takes young readers on a voyage through a universe of adventure. From Four-Armed Fallen to the Mysteries of Mercury and the Moon, D is for Destiny makes exploring the far reaches of the solar system as easy as A, B, C.
Check out some pics from the book below. [click to continue…]
Here’s some good news fans of The Dark Crystal who coveted their convention-only ReAction figures. Funko is releasing ReAction figures of Jen, Kira, Aughra, The Chamberlain, and UrSol the Chanter that everyone can buy.
They’re slated for release in November, which means I have a Christmas present for myself. Yay! Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Over the years LEGO have released a lot of really cool robotics kits, ranging from simple programmable motors to more complex creations. One thing they haven’t done, however, is produce LEGO drones. Surprising, considering how popular and prolific drones have become over the last few years.
Thankfully, Flybrix have stepped in to fill the gap. These kits ship with instructions and all the LEGO bricks you need to knock out a working drone which can be remote-controlled via their iOS Android app. Not only that, but you can customize them with the LEGO bricks you already have. If you fancy slapping additional rotors to give it more lift, you can absolutely do that as well.
Flybrix kits can be purchased from their website – the basic kit costs $149, while the deluxe kit (which comes with its own dedicated remote control) is $189. See Flibrix in action below. [click to continue…]
Coloring books for adults are huge right now. You can find something for pretty much anyone. Even, as it turns out, pagan and witchy types.
The Occult Activity Book Volume Two is 52 pages of coloring, activities, and other fun things to delight your dark side. The description explains the awesome:
The Deluxe Occult Activity Book Volume Two picks up where its eerie predecessor ends and continues the reader’s extraordinary journey through mysteries of the unknown. Whether you’re soothing your inner demons with mindful coloring of fiendishly-rendered illustrations or summoning them from the depths of hell with a mad libs-inspired wordgame, our Occult Activity Book aims to disturb and amuse in equal amounts and is a fun way to explore your favorite esoteric themes.
Check out some pages from the book below. [click to continue…]
Illustrators Mauro Mazzara and Andrea Piparo have a Tolkien-themed coloring book coming out that focuses on the “beasts, monsters, and flora and fauna of Middle-earth” with some gorgeous illustrations of Smaug the dragon, Balrogs, Hobbits, Elves and more. Let’s take a peek inside shall we? [click to continue…]
Looking for a spot to stash your keys, wallet, multi-tool, lighter, tactical pen, field notes, and mini first aid kit? We have just the thing for you, EDC enthusiast. NerdyEDC boasts a few Marvel-themed trays (Deadpool and The Punisher) along with a Boba Fett-inspired tray that features the Mandalorian crest. And no valet tray collection would be complete without the poop emoji of course. Check out the rest of the designs below. [click to continue…]
Even the most dedicated Harry Potter fan probably doesn’t remember all of the magical objects in the Wizarding World. Thankfully, this Magical Objects of the Wizarding World print from Pottermore and Pop Chart Lab can help you keep track magical objects both “important and incidental”. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]