I am sure you recall the insanely accurate Batman Arkham Origins cosplay suit by Julian Checkley who went on to bag the Guinness World Records for “most functional gadgets on a cosplay suit.” Well, that wasn’t the last of it.
If you have a thing for Gwyneth Paltrow’s Pepper Potts in Rescue Suit as briefly seen in Avengers: Endgame, but can’t bear to part with $400 for the Hot Toys figure, Iron Studios may just have an alternative for you.
Marvel’s Build-A-Figure (BAF) Fat Thor may not have hyper-realistic look or exacting details for that matter, but that little figure somehow brings out the essence of the overweight Chris Hemsworth in Avengers: Endgame.
Thinking of packing your bag and head out to the galaxy far, far away? If so, you will one to pick up this book: Star Wars How Not to Get Eaten by Ewoks and Other Galactic Survival Skills (ISBN-13: 978-1465475527).
Two things that resonate with us when it comes to timepieces: rugged metal construction and camouflage. No. Not that BAPE camouflage (though that is, admittedly, pretty damn nice too).
LG has officially hopped onto the Disney+ streaming train. The other electronics giant from South Korea has announced that Disney+ app is now available on webOS-powered LG TV models produced in 2016 through 2019.
The weekend is the ideal time to relax and unwind at the end of a busy week. You should use your weekends to de-stress, catch up with family and friends, and spend time doing leisure activities you enjoy.
Fans of the late electronic music extraordinaire, AVICII, who’s not on PlayStation 4 will be glad that the video game the EDM artist worked on will soon be available on PC and Xbox.
Here’s a gadget accessory we never saw it coming. It’s called PopGrip Lips by PopSockets. Like the Colorado-based company’s PopGrip, PopGrip Lips is a phone grip, but now with an added function: a lip balm.Yes. it is a phone grip that has a lip balm built into it.
Making a stop motion video of cooking meals with non-edible stuff like gadgets and whatnot offers a surreal watching experience. “Cooking up” a pizza with LEGO elements, also in stop motion, takes that surreal experience to the next level.