How to distinguish between casual collectors and serious collectors? A casual collector will probably not pay top dollars for a collectibles while a serious collector of, say, Ultraman, will not hesitate to drop US$609 equivalent for an Ultraman C-Type Painted Resin Statue by G3 you see here.
Do you know there was a Japanese adaptation of Marvel’s Spider-Man in the 70s? The series was produced by Toei TV. Over 40 years on, the spirit of the Japanese live-action Spider-Man series lives on as some pretty cool toys.
Recently, LEGO Ideas held a LEGO MOC contest called “The Ultimate Tour”. There were 3 winners and this is one of them. If I can be honest, I think this is the coolest even though it is a third place winner. I could be biased here because, it is a ‘simulator’. However, I am confident […]
If you love everything basketball, then you may dig this new G-Shock timepiece, the Rui Hachimura x G-Shock GST-B100RH Watch. As the product name implies, the GST-B100RH is a collaboration model created with professional basketball player Rui Hachimura, based on the GST-B100. It is the first collab model since the signing of a partnership agreement […]
Roland Sands of Roland Sands Design had his hands in many BMW Motorcycles Concepts, but this might just be the most impressive yet. What you see here is the a custom BMW R 18 in drag bike guise, the BMW R 18 Dragster.
As major smartphone developers are in a race for market share, it is imperative that their flagship devices have stand out features. Any competitive difference the device has to offer could mean if a company will emerge as the winner. Lets not forget about pricing too, but that’s another story for another day.
YouTube channel, The Q, has over 10 million subscribers. Not surprising given that he haven’t stop dishing out mind-blowing DIY stuff. One of his latest creations, while not as outlandish as the hoverboard with actual F1 wheels and bicycle with legs for rear wheels, is a thing of beauty. Because, wood works.
I will be honest. The reason I am featuring this is because, I think the 70 Years of Formula 1 logo is super cool. And also to let you folks know how a poster can costs nearly three times more than a F1 graphic t-shirt.
Bandai is celebrating 10 years of Ultraman Zero with two new Ultraman Zero collectibles. Ultraman Zero first appears 10 years ago in December 2019 and so, technically, it is still celebrating his 10th anniversary.
Fans of all-thing morbid, here’s a couch crafted with you in mind. This is the VonErickson’s Original Coffin Couch and as the name implies, it is a sofa shape like a coffin – a traditional coffin like what Dracula would have preferred.