There are a lot of sites out there that sell unlicensed Star-Lord jackets, but Anovos has swooped in with their official, high-end Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 model. As with all of Anovos’ stuff, accuracy is key. See more on Fashionably Geek…
Con*Quest Journals have unveiled something that any aspiring hunter would love to get their hands on. An officially licensed John Winchester replica journal is now available online for anyone to purchase. The attention to detail is outstanding. [click to continue…]
I think NECA was on to something when they decided to start making massive foam prop replicas. Just think of the novelty cosplay appeal of tiny Thor and Batman. [click to continue…]
First 4 Figures has created a life-size Majora’s Mask replica that would certainly be a showpiece for a fan of The Legend Of Zelda. But it’s only the beginning. [click to continue…]
You’re looking at a 1:1 replica of the massive M56 Smart Gun carried by Vasquez and Drake in Aliens. It’s officially licensed, detailed and 48″ long. It also comes with a themed tabletop display stand.
Sure it’s a “little” expensive, but can you really put a price on being a badass and saving the world from xenomorphs? [click to continue…]
Four years ago we posted a video of Adam Savage in the midst of building a replica of the Zorg ZF-1 blaster from The Fifth Element. It was actually the fifth replica project he worked on over the course of the past 17 years.
Needless to say, this prop is one of Adam’s obsessions—but now he can put it to rest. The prop has been completed and all of the details are there. Like ALL of them. Take a closer look in the video below. [click to continue…]
When Belgium’s Musée royal de Mariemont decided to create an exhibition called “From Stargate to Comics: Egyptian Gods In Geek Culture”, the very first thing they were going to need was a life-size Stargate portal. Duh.
Since it’s not the sort of thing that’s just lying around, they approached 3D-printing studio Vigo Universal to craft a 20-foot tall replica. When all was said and done, the project took over 1,000 working hours to complete, and involved 3D printing 2,000 separate parts with 10,000 cuttings. Check out the video below to see how it was made. [click to continue…]
NECA is about to release life-size foam facehugger that features a bendable tail. It’s perfect for anyone that really wanted to turn their home into a xenomorph breeding ground (because who wouldn’t), but lacks the funds and/or space to purchase the full egg and facehugger set.
No pricing information has been announced, but the replica is expected to go on sale sometime this summer.
Take a closer look below.