Spock crew sock with ears is one interesting item, although we haven’t been quite able to figure if the “ears” are printed on the fabric, or they happen to be appendages sticking out of the socks itself. The latter would admittedly be cooler, and perhaps that is exactly what these socks are about. Costs $12.
Han Solo’s original DL-44 blaster from the Star Wars is up for auction. There are no bids yet, though the bidding starts at $200,000. The bidding will go on till December 21, so there’s still plenty of time to expect someone willing to spend $200,000 will show up.
A set of four etched glasses inspired by Star Trek: The Original Series, the glasses carry insignia of the Starfleet Command Division and include the words U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701. The set is priced at $30.
Having Wonder Woman accompany you on a quest against the winter cold seems like a wise choice. Wonder Woman comfy throw with sleeves is available on Amazon here and here, or you could find this and more on our aStore.
It is meant to act like a lamp, but the Alien Egg with Launching Facehugger & LED Lights is much more, simply because of that little facehugger it launches. Touch a button, and the facehugger flies off for excellent pranks and amusement. Costs $30.
The only reason you want this Star Trek themed transporter room shower curtain and bathmat is because it’s great. It’s geeky awesome. Costs $50. via
With the Sith Lord and the most feared soldier of the galactic empire lighting up their helmets for effects, we’d say the “mood light” part has been achieved. Available for pre-order, the lamps make use of five LED lights, and are available in two sizes. Costs £15 ($24) for the smaller lamps and £40 ($65) […]
For those who are not keeping track, Professor X is busy firing X-Men in a series of sketches. Firing the mutants goes from cruel to extra cruel, as they get ripped a new one by the Professor for the series of sketches called Ex-Men. So far, the Professor has fired Wolverine, Gambit and Angel, and […]
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.