Well, there’s more to breakfast than just food. The most important meal of the day as they call it, gives you a good chunk of energy for your day ahead. Spice up that energy with the force, or just pretend you did so you can enjoy Vader toaster to the max. Sith Lord one day, toaster head the next. Such is life. Priced at $50.
It always pays to have some super creative amenities about the house, and one that can heat up with the force is probably a superb choice. The Vader Gas Bottle Log Burner is the work of Doddieszoomer, a high school teacher from Barnsley, England. It looks pretty damn good with a fire raging.
This is so totally cool! Han and Leia in the Up universe. Well, Carl and Ellie did want to be adventurers and explore whole new worlds, maybe they would find time for that in the Star Wars universe. The illustration is the work of artist James Hance and is available as a print for $15.
Not often does our world throw up such coolness as starships circling airports. Actually, it never really does that, but that doesn’t mean we can’t imagine. Since Star Wars Episode VII is in the works, you can expect a lot of things related to the movie making rounds. In that vein, checkout this sweet video that shows the Frankfurt Airport transformed into an Imperial Starport.
Wendy Robbins dresses up cats to cosplay popular culture characters. It’s an excellent set.
Gigantic robot Bumblebee we see in Transformers movies is quite badass, and transforms into a super cool Camaro. Yet, he wouldn’t hold a light to this guy. This one doesn’t have the same badass look, transforms into something that looks like a toy Escalade, and won’t be shooting bad guys with massive cannons.
The much awaited and talked about Batman, Superman movie finally has a name and a logo. The movie has been named Batman V Superman: The Dawn of Justice. It has of course, prompted speculation that the name is a sign towards setting up ground for the Justice League.
For this Avengers tribute poster, artist Derreck Turner put well known Nintendo characters into Avenger forms. The characters are Donkey Kong, Link, Mario, Peach, Samus, and Kirby.
UK based artist Michael Turner has a minimalist series where superheroes are presented in two color tone portraits. Quite a set, and it just made me realize several superheroes prefer very bright colors for their costumes.