There’s no better way to keep notes on your bulletin board in check than with a team of pint-size ninjas. These birch plywood pushpin ninjas are sold individually or in a limited-edition set of three. We want 100 climbing our wall.
Dress like a badass while keeping warm with ARSNL’s cotton-terry Kino Ninja Hoodie. Features a pull-up facemask for cold days and stealthy missions, and hidden pockets in the side seams.
A book that packs three great genres under a single cover. Not only does it have ninjas, pirates and zombies (and a unicorn) – it’s described as “part Napoleon Dynamite, part The Matrix.”
We are loving this compilation YouTube user faireset2 created, which works to prove the theory that a secret society of ninja cats exist among us, and are obviously hiding in plain sight.
One of the best and most popular iOS games finally gets some real world merch. First out of the gate are these plush toys of Fruit Ninja‘s sensei mascot and a watermelon that splits into two.
(NSFW: Canadian stoners/language) We have a feeling that had it been dark outside when these guys heard strange noises coming from a garbage can, the world would never know of ninja squirrel.
If you come across a ninja with a sign in front of him daring you to engage him in combat and even giving you a weapon to use, remember two things: 1. Ninjas are sneaky. 2. Bring coffee. Trust us.
Two Ninjas battle to the death in this awesomely tight bit of stop-motion animation by Olivier Trudeau. It’s short, but sweet, and ends with style (and a splash of blood).
We thought they lived in the shadows, but it seems like the ninjas of ancient Japan also had houses. It’s just like how you’d expect a ninja house would be, filled with traps and hidden stuff.
Here’s 51 secs. of unadulterated visual stimulation, simply described as follows: sexy girl in black with a samurai sword slices an orange in slow-motion. We want to see the rest of the fruit basket!
Founder Tomonobu Itagaki may have left Team Ninja, but that doesn’t mean we’re not still going to be first in line to buy Ninja Gaiden 3 when it hits PS3 and Xbox 360 sometime in 2012.
Hu-tah! We’re totally digging on this set of 3 stealthy shinobi warrior cookie cutters. Adding swords, nunchaku, or shuriken stars with icing and toothpicks equals a sell out at the next bake sale.
This indie from Japan has massive sword fights, space aliens with big pointy teeth, dayglo magenta blood spurts and cheesy Japanese-to-English subtitled dialogue. What’s not to like?
We had no idea they had Ninjas in Norway, but KommandÃ¸r Treholt & Ninjatroppen tells the story of how Cmdr. Arne Treholt and his Ninja Force saved Norway during the Cold War. Go figure.
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