Indeed. The Darth Vader and Stormtrooper you see here are not 3D-printed like one would have expected. Believe it or not, they are made entirely of paper in an extremely cool low-poly style as some 3D-printed versions have to offer. Super cool, right? Perfect acquisition for those who don’t have the budget for Hot Toys and equivalent-grade bust. Continue reading Why 3D-Print A Darth Vader Bust When Papercraft Will Do Too?
The recently announced Fallout: 76 won’t be available till Fall, but already, news of its merchandise has already emerging, including our apple of our eyes: the Pip-Boy 2000 Mk Vi kit and now, we heard our all-time favorite geek store has a bunch of other Fallout stuff. Whether or not they are directly related to the upcoming Fallout: 76 does not matter. What matters is, these merchandise from this referential video game franchise are super dope. They are part futurism and steampunk, but all retro-futuristic and that tickles my fancy, a lot. Continue reading Here Are Some Fallout Collectibles No Fans Should Live Without
There’s something strangely alluring about referential things. Perhaps, that is why Fallout has a such a huge following. I am not fan of the game, btw. I hate any game that requires me to face mutants, monsters et cetera. But I am fan of the art of Fallout. There’s nothing more referential then this now-iconic game. Late last month, Bethesda revealed a teaser to a new Fallout game, called Fallout: 76. A couple of weeks later on June 10, the U.S. game publisher made the official reveal. Continue reading Fallout: 76 Revealed, Special Edition And Pip-Boy 2000 Mk VI Collectible
I have no idea why anyone needs an ejection seat, but in case you are in the market for one, here’s one Boeing is selling. Boeing said this particular seat was ripped from a F-4 Phantom. Yup. The Phantom. It was a Mk. 7 rocket-assisted ejection seat built by British manufacturer Martin-Baker Aircraft Co. Ltd. So, it is the real-deal. Your days of pretending to be on a fighter jet is over. No, actually not really. But at least it is real ejection seat, not your self-assembled IKEA variety. Continue reading Here’s An Ejection Seat You Can Buy… If You Have $20K To Spare
In an era where smoking is frowned upon, there is hardly a need for a lighter – much less one that cost a whopping $41,000. Yes. You heard that loud and clear. A lighter could cost that much and you know it can only come from one brand: S.T. Dupont. The Parisian company has been around since like, forever, and it is no stranger to making lighters that look and feel uber exquisite, but the S.T. Dupont Complication Lighter here takes lighting up in luxury to a whole new level. Continue reading S.T. Dupont Puts Watch Complication Into A Lighter, Wants $41K In Return
Amalgam made a name for itself by creating insanely detailed scaled car models and scaled replica steering wheels, and if you think it’d stop right there, well, you are sorely wrong. The company has taken its scaled modelling to an out-of-this-world level of details with the 1/4 Scale Bugatti Chiron Engine and Gearbox. For this particular model, Amalgam collaborated closely with Bugatti to recreate the supercar maker’s 1,500 HP 8L 16-cylinder W engine that, without any real life object comparison, you’d thought it is the real deal pulled from a Bugatti Chiron. Continue reading Would You Pay $10K For A 1/4 Scale Bugatti Chiron W16 Engine?
Fans of Star Wars, take note. LEGO is releasing convention exclusive LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz at this year’s New York Comic-con, happening between October 5 and 8. Until now, Star Wars has not been inducted into the BrickHeadz family, but that changes with this first issue, featuring Boba Fett and his bounty, Han Solo in Carbonite. Hmmm, why do I have a feeling that this will be hotly vied and eventually sold on eBay for obscene amount of money? Why? Because, not only it is a convention exclusive, not everyone at the convention will be able to buy it. Continue reading LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz For NYCC Revealed And How You Can Get It
December 17, 2017 is the big day for fans of Star Wars because, it is the day when the eighth movie of the hugely successful sci-fi franchise, the Star Wars: The Last Jedi, hits the theaters and so, expect a load of promotions to happen running up to the official screening. Speaking of which, Royal Mail has once again teamed up with Disney/LucasFilm to release a set of commemorative postage stamps. The collection, aptly called The Star Wars Stamp Collection 2017, is not as many as the last collaboration, which was in 2015 for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Continue reading Royal Mail Unveiled New Star Wars Stamps Ahead Of The The Last Jedi
If you have been following this blog, you would have known what Square Enix Play Arts Kai is capable off. If you don’t, it is capable transforming the outlook of popular comics book superheroes and villains into something entirely different and still remain as alluring, if not more alluring. The creepy Batman was a prime example and now, one of the cape crusader’s arch nemesis, Harley Quinn, has also gotten the Square Enix Play Arts Kai treatment. Continue reading Play Arts Kai DC Variant Harley Quinn Figure Screams “I Am An Evil Nut Job!”
Popular eighties anime Macross is thirty-five this year, but the mash-up, the eight-five episodes American mix, is a few years short of that, but regardless, it won’t change anything and it certainly won’t stop Kids Logic’s series of Macross/Robotech collectibles from popping up in the market. Be warned though, these collectibles will coax your Benjamin Franklin out of your wallets. Kicking off the collectibles is the Robotech VR052F Scott Bernard statue (originally from the Japanese anime series Genesis Climber Mospeada) in 1/4 scale. It is a delightful collectibles despite it being not transformable. The statue depicts Scott in its robot form, standing on debris and taking aim. Continue reading Here Are Some Really, Really Cool Robotech Collectibles From Kids Logic