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.
Winter has come, and hoodies are exactly you are looking for. Game of Thrones hoodies are built to follow house sigils and colors, and they do a pretty good job with the little touches that match them up to the house they are representing. Houses of Stark, Targaryen, Lannister and Baratheon are represented in the line of hoodies from Etsy shop Rarity’s Boutique. Unfortunately, it appears the shop is not receiving commissions anymore, and the next round will start in December.
Flaunt your Star Trek style with these uniform hoodies that place you right in the Star Trek universe, well as far as the costume goes anyway. Inspired by Star Trek: The Next Generation, the hoodies are modeled on the two piece Robert Blackman uniforms from Season 3 onwards. Cost $60.
Put your love for the Star Wars and Soccer in one place, and have a time with the Death Star Soccer Ball. It doesn’t have an exhaust port design flaw, but then it isn’t the size of the moon and won’t shoot down planets either. Costs $30.
Created by the folks at Google’s Zurich office, this giant Lego portrait named The Force has been made out of 16000 bricks so arranged that it manages to look like both Yoda and Vader, depending on the angle of light illuminating the portrait. Of course shadows play a big part in revealing what side of “The Force” the portrait is going into.
If you are a fan of Star Trek, you probably already know the uniforms and what they stand for. Even so, a breakdown according to the uniforms across the Star Trek universe is an interesting thing to see, considering the uniforms vary well through various iterations of Star Trek.
An officially licensed replica of David Tennant’s coat, this one is made of high quality wool blend fabric so it is more than just a prop, and actually wearable as a coat. Costs $330.
This Star Wars bloopers reel carries footage that wasn’t seen in DVD or BluRay releases, and some parts of it really are fresh. In case you’re wondering where the sound in the video went, there was none for the first few clips. The video is an excerpt from the digital book The Making of Star Wars. Available on Amazon.
Fans of the book series A Song of Ice and Fire, or its TV adaptation Game of Thrones will enjoy this 2014 calendar based on the books. Illustrated by artist Gary Gianni to showcase important scenes from the books, and published by George R.R. Martin, the calendar is available on ThinkGeek ($15) and Amazon ($13.54).