Now, I’m not telling you how to spend your money, but who needs food when you can have a life-size Giger Alien head and a set of Power Loader And Xenomorph sneakers? I assume you already have the Xenomorph skull. [click to continue…]
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…]
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…]
If you’re able to spend $1200 on a piece of movie memorabilia, this 1:1 replica bust of Jurassic Park‘s Velociraptor affectionately known as “Clever Girl” would certainly be something worth adding to your collection, if only to scare the living daylights out of unsuspecting guests. [click to continue…]
If you have a spare $35K lying around, you can be the proud owner of this 1/7th scale or 9-foot tall Rogue One: A Star Wars Story AT-ACT made by Beast Kingdom.
Now, I personally would have to go with this playhouse AT-ACT, but this version is a little more sensible. That’s right, we’ve managed to work the word “sensible” in a post about a $35K toy. Makes this $300 version look downright cheap eh?
Check out more pictures and a video below. [click to continue…]
Luke’s lightsaber originally belonged to Anakin and, now that it’s been passed on to another character in The Force Awakens, it’s the one lightsaber that’s been in all three Star Wars trilogies.
Which makes it one of the most iconic weapons in film history.
Martin Beyer of Graflex Saber decided to give that iconic saber a handmade replica that honored the original—and he managed to take it to the next level in the process. As you’ll see in the pics and video below, there is an insane attention to detail in this prototype—right down to the crystal within.
I want that crystal. Badly.
Some of you may argue that buying a 6′ 2″ Arkham Knight Batman foam replica statue would be a ridiculous and frivolous purchase. Not so! It has tons of uses:
-Put it in the bathroom at night to scare your roommates
I mean, what CAN’T this statue do!
Not only that, NECA used the files from the game to create the statue, so it’s super accurate. There’s no info on pricing thus far, but it’s worth it at any cost as far as I’m concerned. Look for it to arrive sometime next March.