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…]
You can never have too many wreaths I say. A wreath for every season and every occasion. That having been said, your options for Halloween are endless. Below you’ll find some examples to inspire you—some of them are even available to purchase (you can find loads of them on Etsy) That makes things easy so you can begin planning a wreath for Guy Fawkes on November 5th. [click to continue…]
Disney Princesses are prime POP figure territory, which is why Funko has gone ahead and redesigned Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Rapunzel, and Tiana to “show off their beautiful gowns”. The figures are available to pre-order now with a special sparkly Ariel coming exclusively to Hot Topic this Fall. Check out the entire lineup below. [click to continue…]
It’s 2016, and Warner Bros. has decided that now is the perfect time to release merch for Batman: The Animated Series, a TV show that ended seventeen actual Earth years ago (or, if you don’t count B:TAS and The New Batman Adventures as one series, over two full decades ago). It’s a beloved show that we would love to see revived, but for now new merchandise will have to do. And, if it’s all as cool as this Batman: The Animated Series View-Master looks to be, I’m all for it. [click to continue…]
Soon you’ll be able to color some of Wonder Woman’s most recognizable covers and looks in the new DC Comics: Wonder Woman Coloring Book which features ready-to-color illustrations from some of the greatest artists in DC Comics history.
Looking at the pages below, I think the Justice League cover is going to be super fun to color. [click to continue…]