Here’s Disney characters, most notably the princesses, taking their time to settle down in the world of Final Fantasy. Illustrations by artist Geryes.
Prince Armory made this super badass medieval armor for Loki that follows both form and function. Plus, he’s probably the best known and loved villain from the Marvel universe at the moment, so he has that going for him.
This navigation infographic or “navigraphic” takes the viewer on a journey of the Star Trek universe through three replica bridges for The Enterprise, that appear depending on the universe or setting you choose. Once on the Enterprise of your choice, you can take a look at three technologies from the specific Star Trek world, and their modern analogs, getting a sense of how close to Star Trek technology our world really is.
A wonderful set of images by artist ratscape puts Game of Thrones characters in a deck of cards. Seeing that Game of Thrones has no dearth of kings and queens, the idea seems actually well worth exploring. If you dug deep enough, you could probably have an entire deck of cards based off Game of Thrones or A Song of Ice and Fire. While we’re at it, remember Ned Stark died for Stannis to be king.
Bad Guys, Villains, Miscreants, & Low-lifes In Hell print puts 80 of movie and TV show villains smack in the middle of the fires of hell. We’re told that’s where all the bad guys go. The print is priced at $40.
Geeky and sexy is the best kind of sexy, and these Poké panties seem to be doing very well in that department. The Pokémon inspired panties come in four designs, Pikachu, Charmander, Bulbasaur or Squirtle. Unfortunately, it appears the Etsy shop selling them has currently run out of stock, but the silver lining here is that the shop does accept custom orders.
Graphic designer Alia Syed built these paper quilling sculptures of famous characters. The geeky paper quilling sculptures were made out of quarter inch strips of paper glued down at their edges. It does give them quite an interesting look, like something that would come out of traditional drawings of these characters.
In a collision of massively powered heroes, Superman and Goku battle it out in this flipbook animation. There is a winner, although with subjects of different universes like these, it is difficult to entirely agree or disagree with the result. What we can agree with, is that Superman versus Goku would be one epic fight.
Voltron costume hoodie is your gear for defending the universe like the best armchair warrior there is. You get to act the main pilot, and enjoy the good level of detail that the hoodie presents. It is 50% polyester and 50% cotton, with an additional touches of three dimensional heads lion heads on the arms. The main body gets its resemblance from the black lion, while the hood itself is shaped like Voltron’s head with a removable snap-in jaw. Costs $160.
You would have run into several of the serene landscapes and paintings by Thomas Kinkade, and now you get to see them with a major Star Wars upgrade. In the set titled Wars on Kinkade artist and illustrator Jeff Bennett has added Star Wars characters to the usual Kinkade artpieces, giving the usually calm landscapes the action they so desperately needed.