Well known for apparel that shows up in Hollywood films, Belstaff’s slick heavyweight wax cotton Trialmaster Jacket is based on the same one worn by Will Smith in I Am Legend.
Ignoring their obvious phallic properties, these Chubu Mechatrobots by Kazushi Kobayashi are from an alternate reality 1950s; they’re on display at the Tokyo Cultuart shop.
Terminator: Salvation isn’t even out yet, but this T-600 bust from the upcoming movie is already available for preorder; measuring 6″ x 5″ x 5″, we dig the creepy base made out of skulls.
The Hurst Dodge Viper comes with few performance mods, but we dig the black chrome polished wheels, grippy Katzkin leather-wrapped seats and gorgeous matte gold paint job.
Available 3/13, this Resident Evil 5 Collector’s Edition is packed with goodies: you’ll get a Chris Redfield figure, Kijuju necklace, BSAA patch, steel book and Tricell Messenger Bag.
Clearly inspired by The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, these double-tongued snowboarding boots are a collab between Nike, artist Arbito and pro snowboarder Danny Kass.
Made by the Loworks creative agency, Pair is a canvas-wrapped print mounted on wood panels with archival quality pigment inks; it’s limited to 20 and signed/numbered by Haruki.
Assembled from other figures, this custom 6″ Fallout 3 Power Armor figure is one of a kind and will be featured in Playstation Magazine. Learn how he got the worn armor effect here.
While we’re sad that SG-1 is no longer with us (at least in episodic form), this 1:129 scale F-302 replica keeps our Goa’uld butt-kicking memories alive; it measures 8″ by 4.5″.
Didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas? True Jedi Masters won’t settle for anything less than this life-sized R2-D2, complete with retaining bolt, lights and sounds. Limited to 250.
There aren’t just any playing cards: they’re by the Black Rock Collective, a group of 36 international artists. The first batch of 150 sold out in a day, so be sure to get on their mailing list.
Do want, please: the Street Fighter IV Collector’s Edition includes a limited edition figure (Ryu/PS3; C. Viper/360), an anime movie (Blu-ray/PS3, game disc/360) and CD soundtrack.
An affordable version of The Unnatural Selector, Dr. Grordbort’s Wave Disrupter only measures 3″ yet shows an amazing amount of detail; it’s limited to a run of 900 pieces.
This meticulously detailed 1:4 Blackbeard Premium Format figure not only stands 20″ tall, but is packing some serious weaponry, with seven pistols, a bloodied cutlass and a 10″ cannon.
Cooler Master’s limited edition Black Label includes one laser-etched Cosmos chassis, a Hyper Z600 cooler and your choice of 700W or 850W PSU; all colored black, of course.
Huck Gee is dropping an extremely limited run of 10 hand-painted Thundersticks figures on 12/12 at their eBay store; he’s decked out in body armor with two cleavers and a spiked flail.
And a million fans cried out in joy: eFx Collectibles’ 23″ long X-Wing is based on the original miniature, with S-foils that open and close and Luke Skywalker in the cockpit. Thanks, Pek!
Bats, skulls, spiders and a wicked deck: Skate Bat has got it all, so it’s too bad this 7″ figure is limited to only five pieces. However, a second colorway is planned for Spring 2009.
Dalek has just dropped a hot black colorway for his famous Teddy Troops line over at adFunture; nothing but love for the two sets of sharp teeth, blood splatters and glowing red eyes.
Our Japanese counterparts always seem to get the best collector’s editions, and this one for Resident Evil 5 is no different; it comes with a USB drive disguised as a T-virus vial.
We’ve had our beady eyes (and pointy ears) on this Star Trek Mark IX Tricorder for awhile; it’ll finally be available in December. In the meantime, check out the early video review above.
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