Over the top violence barely describes Director Lexi Alexander’s Punisher: War Zone, a live action retelling of the anti-hero comic; it’s available as a special edition 2-disc Blu-ray set.
Ludwig’s Clay S/S looks like any other short sleeve but the devil is in the details, with diagonal checkerboard on the chest pockets, single needle tailoring and black pearl snap buttons.
Incognito no more, Arkham Asylum’s Collector’s Edition sports a sweet 14″ Batarang with stand; also included is a leather jacket, Arkham Doctor’s journal and behind the scenes DVD.
Made from aged brandy in the smallest growing region in Cognac, L’Or de Jean Martell is a blend of eau-de-vie partially dating to 1830; only 120 bottles will be available in the US.
Planet TR-57 is a new web series that recasts the classic band of misfits as LEGOs; the pilot episode above debuted on March 27 and should bring a smile to the faces of Star Wars fans.
Incase’s new Bamboo Slider Cases for the iPhone 3G don’t just pay lip service to the environment with four earth-toned colorways; they’re 40% made from reclaimed bamboo pulp.
Done Terminating Yourself? Trek Yourself is a bit klunkier and only the Vulcan option is worth your time, but we still had fun giving arch nemeses Bill Gates and Steve Jobs a bowl cut.
Sitting on the same RWD unibody platform as Mercedes Benz’s ML, the 2011 Grand Cherokee also features a new air lift suspension system, sculpted exterior and an improved interior.
KDDI’s Idda G9 sliderphone may be Japan only, but we’re fawning over its stainless steel frame and titanium finish; it packs a 3″ touchscreen, 3.2 MP camera and pico projector support.
When these pale-faced coworkers say work sucks, they mean it literally: Glennz’ Office Chat t-shirt shows that watercooler talk not includes football and cars but bare necks and blood banks.
Steel Life is at its most basic a demo reel for Master’s student Mathieu Gerard, but the excellent editing coupled with composer Mathieu Alvado’s majestic score makes it much, much more.
Mercedes-Benz’s flagship S-Class gets a modest refresh for 2010, both in terms of redesigned front and rear fascias, upgraded safety systems and a hybrid S400 that gets 29 mpg.
Looking like something straight out of Supreme Commander, this Olympus Defense Mecha is pure LEGO awesomeness, from the back-mounted cannon to its fleet of mini Mechas.
Think of the Bulbdial Clock as a modern sundial: three rings of 12 multicolored LEDs project light onto a central rod, which in turn casts shadows–i.e., minute, hour and second hands.
Terminate Yourself gives everyone the chance to turn themselves into a cyborg killing machine; we also found it to be surprisingly useful in explaining a lot about certain celebrities.
Part of Lance Armstrong’s LIVESTRONG line, Nike’s Lunar Everyday is made for distance runs with pressure-distributing Lunarlite foam, internal heel counter and no-sew tip construction.
Debuting at the New York Auto Show, Land Rover’s 2010 Range Rover Sport not only gets a revised exterior but a 510hp, 5.0L supercharged V8 courtesy of the Jaguar XFR.
We’re still waiting for the day games actually look like this excellent cinematic intro for Prototype by Blur; think of it as a better version of NBC’s Heroes blended with I Am Legend.
DeWitt’s Academia Seconde Retrograde Serenity is ideal for gearheads, with a distinct cog-shaped case and radiator grill patterns; it runs on a mechanical self-winding movement.
Jim Henson’s Resident Evil 5 isn’t particularly deep, but we weren’t expecting Oscar performances from Muppets; still, Cookie Monster’s gutted remains at 1:30 will forever haunt us.
Ranging from 13.3″ to 15.6″, Acer’s Timeline laptops target style-conscious buyers but also boast a decent feature set: LED displays, multitouch trackpads and up to 8 hours of battery life.
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