I know it costs $1000 dollars, but I have to figure out how to buy the life-size Deadpool foam statue that NECA is cooking up. Plus, shipping is free—so that’s something.

Apparently, the statue will be foam rubber and latex that’s been hand painted to ensure realistic detailing from the mask to the boots.

Sure, I might need a dolly to take it places (because it’s 210 lbs), but think of all the fun we could have!

Personally, I’d put him in the shower to freak people out. But I’m evil like that.

Deadpool Marvel Classics Life-Size Statue Foam Replica $999.99

(via ToyArk)

iron man xbox one

You can score one of these exclusive Iron Man themed Xbox One consoles!

If you live in France.

Le sigh.

Designed and built by Microsoft to promote the upcoming release of Captain America: Civil War, both the console and the controller feature an arc reactor light effect and Stark industries branding. Only three have been produced, and they’re being given away as prizes by Xbox France. 

Nos amis à travers l’étang sont très chanceux en effet!

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Stormtroopers, with their tendency to be terrible shots, aren’t all that intimidating. But this Maschinen Krieger-themed Stormtrooper, courtesy of model-maker Kunho Noh, looks tough enough to take down the entire Rebellion.

See Also: Custom Mobile Suit ‘Star Wars’ Figures Are The Best Of Both Worlds

Maschinen Krieger is an alternative science-fiction universe dreamt up by Kow Yokoyama in the ’80s. It’s popular with model makers, and the universe is populated with badass kitbashed designs like this.

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Nearly 30 years ago a movie hit the big screen and vividly defined everything glorious about the ’80s in less than two hours. From Jim Henson creatures to the timeless glamour of the late David Bowie, Labyrinth went above and beyond to transport viewers to a different world.

It was also a box office bomb.

However, Labyrinth has become a cult classic in the years since. So, to commemorate the 30th anniversary, Fathom Events is bringing the film back to select theaters on September 11th and 14th ahead of the special edition Blu-ray that arrives on September 20th.

So here is your chance to see David Bowie back on the big screen in this Jim Henson masterpiece. Tickets and info on participating theaters will be available on the Fathom Events website.

(via Nerdist)

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In 2014, LEGO put out a Star Wars Star Destroyer kit that was 19″ long and contained 1359 individual pieces. LEGO enthusiast Doomhandle has made his own Star Destroyer that’s just a wee bit bigger at 56″ long.

Doomhandle’s Star Destroyer even has internal compartments – the command bridge opens up to reveal LEGO minifigs sitting in stations, meeting rooms and even a Sith meditation chamber. The whole ship is also wired for LED lights, but Doomhandle hasn’t gotten as far as setting those up yet.

It’s an impressive bit of kit. Check out the gallery after the jump.

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The first full trailer for the R-rated animated adaptation The Killing Joke has arrived!

It stars Batman: The Animated Series alums Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill in their iconic roles. Check it out below ahead of the premiere at SDCC in July.

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Artist Jake Parker imagined a wide range of classic Star Wars rides as monsters.

This is the Internet. Do you even need to ask why?

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The stars of Captain America: Civil War recently attended the film’s red carpet premiere in France, and Robert Downey Jr. took full advantage of the situation by giving the the “Iron Lady” a little #TeamIronMan makeover.

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The Nebulon-B Medical Frigate is one of the coolest looking vessels in the Star Wars universe. It popped up for the first time in The Empire Strikes Back (Luke was on one of these frigates when he got his new hand!) and Star Wars fan Morten_Svendsen decided to recreate the awesome ship in Lego form. The final product, as you can see, is stunning and super detailed.

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It’s funny, between them Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen have voiced about a million-billion characters. LaMarche’s voice can be heard in shows as varied as FuturamaThe Real GhostbustersRick and MortyKim Possible and The Tick. Paulsen’s distinct vocal stylings have been heard in Ben 10Danny PhantomLilo & StitchThe Mask and Mighty Max.

But they were both in the insanely popular animated show Animaniacs where, among other characters, the pair lent their voices to rodent world domination obsessives Pinky and the Brain.

A few years ago the duo got together at the SF Sketchfest where they read a particular scene from Pulp Fiction in the voices of the aforementioned planet-conquering mice. The video has just resurfaced—which is actually pretty timely since Animaniacs was just added to the Netflix lineup.

But which scene did they perform?  Well, it’s that scene. You know the one. Of course you do.

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