ThinkGeek’s aluminum replicas of the evil artificial intelligence are based on “actual studio blueprints.” It recites 15 of its lines from 2001: A Space Odyssey in it’s cold, cold voice.
Powered by a 250w electric motor, this three-wheeled motorized skateboard can propel a child or small adult under 150lbs. at speeds up to 10mph, and can drive for up to an hour on a single charge.
Hot Toys works its magic on the heroic Agent Phil Coulson from The Avengers movie. The 1/6th scale figure has 30 points of articulation and a variety of accessories, including the huge Destroyer gun.
Be GLaDOS with these inflatable personality cores. Wheatley and the Space Sphere are the only variants available, but no one’s stopping you from buying nine of them and calling it a triumph.
Bandit Guns makes shotgun-style rubber band guns complete with pump-action mechanism. The guns are made of laser-cut wood and have different firing modes such as single shot and rapid fire.
We haven’t played with toy soldiers since we were kids, but we might just have to add this man-sized soldier to our living room. It measures 18in. tall, weighs 3.3lbs and is made from cast resin.
Attach the Chalktrail to the rear wheel of any bike, and kids (or grown-ups) can draw fun geometric sidewalk graffiti as they ride. Each chalk stick draws a 1.5 mile line. Scooter version coming soon.