What artist Dante Dentoni has done with this Lego wall installation is quite impressive. We love the creativity on display here, though I don’t know if I’m ready to tear up my drywall just yet.
Check out all of the little nooks built into the display below. The fact that it was done for a club owner in Miami explains a lot. [click to continue…]
Hasbro has sent us details on a new wave of Spider-Man: Homecoming Toys that are set to arrive in May 2017. Check out the lineup below. [click to continue…]
The Nerf Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K isn’t even available to the general public yet, but there is already a way to kick the 100 round, 70 MPH firepower up a notch or ten. [click to continue…]
Build-A-Bear is back with another collection, and this time it’s inspired by the upcoming live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast. It includes both a Belle and a Beast bear along with additional costumes and accessories. [click to continue…]
As a Secret Santa gift for an Imgur user, former MythBuster Adam Savage transformed the discontinued Nerf Longstrike CS-6 from a foam spitting toy into a badass Sci-Fi movie prop. [click to continue…]
Hasbro has unveiled the next generation of dancing Groot figures and, by the look of the expression on his face, he is super psyched to gyrate for your amusement. [click to continue…]
Following hot on the heels of the Nerf Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K reveal, Geek.com has our first clear look at “Nerf Doomlands The Judge” set to be on display at Toy Fair later this month.
Though it was leaked in late 2016, we now know that it features a rotating cylinder that holds 10 sets of triple dart blasts that are fired off shotgun-style. I’d still have the Nemesis MXVII-10K for its overwhelming firepower, but the Judge has it beat as far as the intimidation factor is concerned.
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The The Nerf Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K has been officially revealed via Popular Mechanics, and it is an absolute beast.
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Right away you’ll notice that massive 100-round, gravity-fed hopper that can be removed for easy reloading. Six D-sized batteries (or a Nerf rechargeable battery pack) will provide continuous firing, with a flywheel flinging foam balls out of the barrel at up to 70 mph. See it in action below. [click to continue…]
Earlier this month, AstonishingStudios constructed a working LEGO reproduction of the classic Nerf Maverick REV-6. However, that build was a bit too complicated for a tutorial as it contained around 700-pieces, some of which would be difficult to procure. So they opted for a smaller, more manageable design that you can build at home. See how it’s done in the video below. [click to continue…]
Imagine if Amazon’s Echo was shaped like a tiny theoretical physicist and could chit chat with you at length about science. Say hello to Professor Einstein: Your Personal Genius. [click to continue…]