The second I saw this Cthulhu Space Hopper, I wanted it. Like, WANTED. Talk about a blast from the past mixed with some serious awesome.

Yes, a genius combined a hopper with a Cthulhu plush and now you can bounce around the house on an Elder God. How is this not the best thing ever?

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LEGO Ideas member Masman8675 has proposed a BTTF 1:1 Scale Hoverboard Model over at LEGO Ideas and it needs your votes to happen:

I have tried to create an extremely accurate LEGO version of the hoverboard used in the BTTF movies. It’s to the exact specifications of the prop used in the films: 71 centimeters/28 inches long, 20 centimeters/8 inches wide, and 3 centimeters/1 inch thick. In LEGO, that translates to: 90 studs long, 25 studs wide, and 3 bricks thick. It would be more accurate at 2 and 2/3, but that would look less accurate, and could possibly compromise the structural integrity.

This set would come with: The Hoverboard Model of course, and two minifigures: Doctor Emmet Brown in his 2015 attire, and Marty McFly in his 2015 clothes as well. The whole set is made up of 3,680 pieces: the full-sized Hoverboard model – 3,663 pieces, the minifigures with a stand and a minifigure scale hoverboard – 18 pieces.

Sounds good to me.

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LEGO builders can create wonders on their own, but collaborations can be even more spectacular. That’s what LEGO builders Paul Trach and Markus Aspacher did for their latest project: a giant LEGO display that featured scenes from all four of the Jurassic Park films.

Despite the problems associated with working on a collaborative project while living nearly 400 miles apart (Markus lives in Austria; Paul lives in Germany), the results are astounding.

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While the myth of Krampus may be something parents used to make sure their kids behaved around Christmastime, Warpo wants to give this misunderstood monster an image makeover with their “Don’t Cuddle The Krampus” Kickstarter.

With Legends of Cthulhu, WARPO took you back to the late 1970s with the first retro action figures based on the world of H.P. Lovecraft. This time, WARPO is turning back the clock to 1986, the era of great monsters and gross-out toys, with Don’t Cuddle the Krampus, the first retro collectible toy line based on the myth of Krampus.

Acting as a toy company in the 1980s looking for the next great monster property, we felt that Krampus was the perfect folk lore to receive the Warpo treatment! We’ve taken a unique approach to this mythic character positioning him as a scary, but also totally misunderstood monster. Our Krampus isn’t out to blindly terrorize children, he has a job to do: Scare the naughty kids straight! It’s a dirty job but somebody’s got to do it! Thus… Don’t Cuddle the Krampus was born!

Check out the project video below for more info.

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This Star Trek: The Next Generation Klingon Bat’leth Weapon foam prop replica is ready for safe fun (I’m thinking a major crossover battle is in order).

This Bat’leth is modeled on an actual Star Trek: TNG screen used prop and measures a whopping 4-feet long.

Product Page: ($42.99)

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Last month, we got LEGO’s reveal of their Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters Set, and now they’ve followed up with interior shots showing all of the magnificent details. It’s loaded with references to the films.

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We knew Hot Toys’ take on Captain Phasma would be spectacular, but it’s one thing to imagine it, and another thing to actually see it. Bask in it’s glory.

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The limited edition Halo Needler replica from NECA looks amazing in all its motorized glory, but it comes with an intimidating price tag of $300. However, it does have some pretty spectacular features:

Complete your Spartan armor with a colossal 1:1 replica of one of Halo’s most iconic weapons! From the award-winning video game series, the Needler is now available as a limited edition, full-size 1:1 replica featuring LED lights and over a dozen motorized “crystal shards.”

When you squeeze the trigger, the crystal shards retract in sequence to simulate being fired. To reload, simply travel to the Sanghelios moon of Suban for extra crystals (or press the reset button located in the grip).

This replica is also 100% accurate to its game counterpart since NECA Toys partnered with Microsoft and 343 Studios (formerly Bungie) to create the gun directly from the 3D model used in the game.

I really just want to hold one. Forever. But yeah, $300 is pretty steep. Fortunately, you do have the BOOMco Needler option, which is only $40 (and probably a lot more fun).

Check out more images and videos of the NECA Needler in action after the break.

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This is just funny to me.

That’s right. a fully posable Figma version of Michelangelo’s David now exists. It stands a little under 6-inches tall and comes with alternate hands, sling parts, and moveable eyes.

David vs. Galactus maybe?

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If you’ve been waiting for Rocky Horror Picture Show action figures after the release of the Rocky Horror Funko Pops, we have good news! Funko has unveiled Brad, Janet, Columbia, Magenta, Riff Raff, and the divine Dr. Frank-N-Further in the 3 3/4 ReAction line.

Fair warning, they won’t be out till January 2016, but you can pre-order now. Besides, I’m sure you’re used to dealing with antici…

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