Two decades later and on the flipside of the last great gangland flick, Untouchables, Public Enemies is based on real-life bank robber Dillinger and stars Johnny Depp and Christian Bale.
Known for his quirky steampunk art, we’re devouring all the details in Scott Campbell’s Home Slice exhibition; it’s composed of funky cutaways of rockets, whales and other objects.
Tractors score only slightly above station wagons in terms of sex appeal, but the NH2 scores green points as a zero-emission vehicle with an electric motor; it doesn’t look half bad, either.
This Bauhaus Bag keeps things utilitarian, with plenty of interior and exterior zip pockets, double handles and a shoulder strap; it’s vegan friendly and made with canvas and suede.
Those of you still Halo Wars-deprived should check out these Enemy Ocean, Backup and Kidnapping cutscenes; the Warthog filled with Spartans in the last one: awesomeness.
Lest your friends doubt your T-virus tracking skills, Capcom is selling two authentic BSAA jackets complete with patches and livery; you’ll need an Umbrella Corp-sized bank account.
Somewhat functional but mostly flashy, the Level 10 is the result of a collab between Thermaltake and BMW DesignworksUSA; hardware is distributed amongst the various compartments.
For those of you suffering from post-Watchmen trauma, this Saturday morning-styled Watchmen cartoon is so bright and cheesy it’s almost foul; in short, the perfect hangover cure.
Nothing gets us more excited than lasers, especially ones that are borderline dangerous; Wicked Lasers’ Spyder II GX outputs 200-300mW with a range of over 100 miles.
We’re digging the artwork by Bill Barminksi for Death Cab for Cutie’s “Grapevine Fires” music video; it’s based on the wildfires that have ravaged Southern California in recent history.
Frances Gomes’ Dry Lake Racer is a modern take on the classic stock car; it’s basically a tubular chassis with central shocks and pivot arms around a Rolls-Royce Merlin engine.
Stalin vs. Martians is the actual title to a ridiculous RTS being developed by three Russian studios; yes, you get to play as Stalin, and yes, it’s actually inspired by Vodka and borscht.
Because nothing says modern like a black monolith: Sony’s CMT-Z100iR micro audio system includes an iPod dock, CD player, and USB port; music is outputted via two 20W speakers.
Seed Magazine’s Evolution of Life in 60 Seconds is an accurately scaled video depicting various major biological milestones; humankind is relegated to a blip near the end.
Come to think of it, that Sham Wow dude always did look a little out of this world: this Vince Vulcan tee mashes up our favorite pointy eared freaks with absorbent German towels.
Easily the best X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer yet, there’s quite a bit more to sink our teeth/retractable claws into, with more plot exposition and tons of X-Men character reveals.
GE’s G3WP isn’t the first underwater camera we’ve come across, but we like it’s 12.2 MP sensor, 4x optical zoom and 2.7″ LCD with ambient light sensor; it’s waterproof up to 10 feet.
Bowja 3 tasks you with guiding a ninja through a series of adventures; you basically click around to progress the plotline, but the story is interesting enough to keep us clicking.
The EDAG bakes innovation right into its OLED skin, which displays lights and turn signals; the rear displays braking strength, road hazards and virtual middle fingers to trailing drivers.
Nau’s 2009 line emphasizes portability, and the Succinct Trench is no exception; this waterproof, 2.5 layer jacket is light and easy to fold for storage in your backpack or briefcase.
Thru You is an interesting seven-track album using potentially the largest sample library in the world: YouTube; what results is an eclectic but surprisingly cohesive group of songs.
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