Valentine’s Day is around the corner and you could get things rolling with some heartfelt and thoughtful, or you could take the cheesy route. These little cards are rather good, especially if your Valentine has an interest in Pokemon. If all else fails, remember it might be a cliche, but you could still give I choose you a try. See the full set on their official Facebook page.
Here’s Wally the Welsh Corgi cosplaying as the 13 incarnations of the Doctor. I’m pretty sure he’d make a stunning Time Lord; fight off the Daleks, save the universe, sniff other dogs – you know, sh*t like that. If you want to see more Wally, you can follow him on Instagram.
This superbly detailed line by Bandai puts Star Wars characters in a rather fitting style of Samurais. It’s quite an intelligently created set, which does an excellent job at transforming our favorite characters into Samurai, but doesn’t go overboard.
You can’t help being impressed by this Captain America backpack. One would generally go in expecting a crappy and sad excuse of the Captain’s shield. It’s time for a pleasant surprise, because this one seems to be done really well. We’d say it’s totally worth the $60 price.
Beginning around 1377, medieval England was shaken by a power struggle between two noble families, which spanned generations and involved a massive cast of characters, complex motives and shifting loyalties. Sound familiar? Alex Gendler illustrates how the historical conflict known as the Wars of the Roses served as the basis for much of the drama in Game of Thrones.
It would be so truly awesome to actually see space travel. And perhaps when we get things in order there, we could (and someone definitely will) build something like the Millennium Falcon. So what would the Falcon really cost, according to DeAgostini Model Space, it would cost something in the region of $4.5 billion.
This offering from Crazy Case is exactly what you could have asked to get your nerd cells ticking. Haters might call it impractical, but you know it is awesome, especially when you get to see it in action. The DMC-12 has amazing detail with lights and wires that glow when you get a call or notifications.
Squirrels have now been upgraded to Cybermen, it’s a whole new challenging world for the Doctor now. The Cyberman head used to be a shower radio, but once that gave way, Doctor Who fan Emma Young very creatively converted it into a nut feeder. The mask is packed with nuts and hangs a small distance above the ground. Scavenging squirrels inevitably must stand to reach those nuts, and inadvertently become Cybermen. That’s so much more efficient than the usual tricks Cybermen employ. Watch a video of the mask in action.