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Justin Beiber Helps Himself To A Custom-made Batmobile

Justin Beiber Helps Himself To A Custom-made Batmobile

Justin Beiber now owns the Bat-illac, his own custom made Batmobile themed car based on the Cadillac CTS-V. The car features Batman’s logo on the front and the rear, suicide doors, a batmobile nameplate and a few more changes to make the Caddy look more like the Batmobile. There you have it, a vigilante, singing superhero. Customization on the car were done by Ryan Friedlinghaus of West Coast Customs.

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Get Hardcore, Drink Zombie Blood

Get Hardcore, Drink Zombie Blood

With all those zombies hungering after our brains, we have to show them who the boss is. A surefire way to strike terror in the unfeeling heart of zombies is to drink their blood, preferably right after you blow their heads off. But first, make sure you don’t turn into a zombie after ingesting zombie blood, we hear that shit is contagious. But we also hear the blood has a tangy orange flavor iron, protein, and electrolytes. A four pack of this zombie blood costs $16.

Be A Superhero This Halloween In An Iron Man Costume

Be A Superhero This Halloween In An Iron Man Costume

In our opinion, going the DIY route is the best way for a Halloween costume, but many of us lack the skill or the time to actually make one, so buying a costume may be an option. As things stand these days, you just need to have intent to buy a product, and you’d find someone already is selling it. Or similarly, make a product and buyers will come. But I digress, coming back to Halloween, this costume finds its inspiration from the Iron Man 2 movie, and lets the wearer play the glamorous Tony Stark.

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Creepocalypse Is To Come With Realistic Face Replica Masks

Creepocalypse Is To Come With Realistic Face Replica Masks

Japanese company REAL-f has gone into the domain of real f*ckin crazy with its brand new offering of realistic masks or face replicas as they call them. These masks are somewhat accurate replicas of a human face made using a technology the company calls 3DPF or 3D Photo Forms. Basically, it involves a 3D printer working on a vinyl chloride resin placed over a mold and ends up with a realistic replica. You could get the first replica for $3920 with more copies coming at $780 each, or a full mannequin head for $5875 that has additional copies at $1960.

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Typeface Made From Bacon

Typeface Made From Bacon

Now we know what the most delicious typeface ever is, or these might be the best tasting alphabets created ever. Artist/ photographer Henry Hargreaves has created this excellent set of alphabets, all made from bacon. How do you not love something like that?

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