Forget humanity’s survival: gear up for an assault on your wallets with this Terminator Salvation card set; it’ll include 90 base cards and random embossed foil and pop-up battle cards.
Free up some room in your wallet and rain papery death on coworkers with the Cardapult: this DIY project is made using only business cards/card stock, rubber bands and glue.
Burn Zombie Burn’s weapons trailer is predictably awesome; everyone loves chainsaws and flamethrowers, but we’re most excited by the lawnmower and (we kid you not) dance gun.
We’re leery of movie tie-ins, but Star Trek: Countdown helps to establish continuity with the last Trek movie (Nemesis); all four comics are combined in this trade paperback edition.
On display at Gallery1988 in Los Angeles, these acrylic paintings by Misha bring together two of geekdom’s most revered franchises: Super Mario Brothers and Star Wars.
It’s not quite Street Fighter IV, but Death Vegas is a sweet flash-based fighting game with comic-book style visuals; play head to head on the same keyboard or with a joystick.
Blade & Soul is an upcoming Korean MMORPG that looks and plays like a manga come to life with acrobatics, bloody fight sequences and ridiculously well-endowed ladies.
Created for a 3D design class, this maple and walnut chess board by Dave Picket features actual brass skeleton keys; one set sandblasted while the other sports a liver sulfur patina.
We’ve seen plenty of Prototype’s protagonist thus far, but this narrated story trailer introduces us to several other characters as well as their funky “Web of Intrigue” flashback system.
We had to do a double take on these Left 5 Dead pictures; they’re actual photos with what looks like some HDR editing, done by the folks behind Night Zero (a photo comic book).
The Wii’s artistic offerings have thus far been limited, but Wii Spray promises to shake things up a bit; it allows you to do virtual graffiti using a spray can with a Wii Remote inside.
Fox Fyre has the look of a classic artillery-based lobber down to the retro graphics; gameplay twists include multiple turrets, real-time play, elastic terrain and upgradable weapons.
Looking almost like the real thing, this LEGO Space Shuttle consists of 65,000 bricks and took two Japanese builders 1,590 hours to complete; it stands 4 meters up to the tower.
Made in collaboration with ALIFE and Girl Skateboards, Marker maven Krink has an ultra-sleek deck out; it sports a metallic finish with Krink’s trademark drip styling. Thanks, Luke!
The last of the April Fools stragglers are in, and the awesomest is StarCraft II’s Terra-Tron; assembled from a Terran base, it should be familiar to Transformers or Power Rangers fans.
The Hangover has classic dude/road-trip flick written all over it, with the trailer leaving us in stitches; it’s a movie about four friends who take a trip to Vegas for a bachelor party.
Apple fans, rejoice: your messiah is now available in stuffed toy form as Plush Jobs, clad in his trademark long-sleeved black shirt and jeans; he stands 17″ tall and is limited to 500.
Day of Darkness II is an amazing fan-made video for EVE Online; it’s the result of two years of work by player Dire Lauthris and details the heroic delaying action of a Caldari admiral.
This music video for PopCap’s Plants vs. Zombies has a Korean-pop girl band sound to it, but the lyrics are actually pretty funny; the undead might just have a shot at the music business.
We’ve featured Tonium’s portable Pacemaker mixer for DJs before, but this recently released film still manages to get us pumped up despite its Euro-themed neon weirdness.
We still don’t know what the acronym stands for, but Star Trek: DAC at least has several new tantalizing gameplay screens for us to chew on; do we detect the faint aroma of Netrek?
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