Have you brought the Aston Martin DB5 Junior by The Little Company Car yet? No? Good. Because now there’s an even a No Time To Die Edition that is loaded with gadgets. The product name, Aston Martin DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition, is not just a name.
LEGO’s latest Christmas set, LEGO 10293 Santa’s Visit, is recommended for ages 18 and up. Why? I have absolutely no idea. I never really noticed this until today and so, I checked back and realized, the recent past festive sets were, too, targeted at grown-ups.
Bringing your own bag on your daily grocery run is nothing new. Most eco-conscious folk would have a few eco-bags. While the SuperCarrier 2.0 Clever Bag by Ultix Outdoors here looks to be yet another eco-bag that is extremely stylish, it is actually more than just a bag.
Joining KILLSPENCER’s growing list of very upmarket (and uber-stylish) sporting gear and accessories for tennis is this super stylish KILLSPENCER Tennis Racket Case.
There will be many NFL and college football fans looking forward to watching a live game of football over the next few months as the new season gets underway. For some, it will be the first time they have visited a football stadium in a long time, with no crowds and limited crowds in operation …
It was sad to know that Clint Barton aka Hawkeye is never getting his own standalone movie. But as a consolation, not only the expert archer of Avengers has his own chapter in the video game, he now has his own series. I know right? It’s about god damn time, Marvel.
Remember the video game, Maneater, where you play the part of a shark and go around destroying boats and having people for lunch? Well, Tripwire Interactive wants to you dust off the game and get back into the waters because Maneater: Truth Quest, the first downloadable content (DLC) for Maneater is here.
If you want to get creative with LEGO but don’t know where to start and you happen to love space-themed LEGOs, well then, the LEGO Space Projects 52 Creative Models (No Starch Press, ISBN-13: 978-1718501164) is just the LEGO literature for you.
Transformers are also known as robots in disguise because they disguise themselves as virtually anything, including as a bat. Speaking of the bat, through the franchise’s history, there have been two varieties of Transformers bat: Ratbat and Mindwipe, and now, these two have been joined by the most infamous bat of all time: Dracula.
I get it that brand collaborations can cover a wide range of products, but this particular collab product has turned out to be rather, well, unorthodox. Unorthodox perhaps not by choice, but poor execution by whoever made it. The product in question is Demon Slayer x Asakusa Nezuko Kamado’s Bamboo Tube Meat Roll.