If you liked the Periodic Table of Controllers, this Gaming Revolution t-shirt unites said controllers into a glorious console’s revolution; seriously, folks, this one’s a must for gamers!
After exploding both a regular iPhone and its steampunk variant, Dion Briggs is back with WiiXploded; it’s printed with soft-hand ink and AA New Silver shirts and starts shipping today.
The monolith may have granted tool use, but 2001: Meet Dave takes it all back: it’s a hilarious mashup of 2001: A Space Odyssey with the trailer from comedy flick Meet Dave.
Event Of An Emergency is the second tee you’ll ever need: it’s filled with helpful alternate uses for your shirt, from mask and wound dressing to torch rag for you anarchist types.
A funky but fascinating social experiment, watch Kacie Kinzer’s Tweenbots as they rely on the aid of strangers to get to their destination (displayed on a flag); they can only roll forward.
America’s favorite family finally gets it Dohs! dues with 20-stamp booklets featuring Homer, Bart, Marge and Lisa; four covers are available as well as giclee prints and post cards.
Stormtroopers are pretty poor shots, but they’re apparently pretty good at jamming out the Imperial March; this Rock Out, Rebel Scum! t-shirt is available at Teextile for only one more day.
Few pieces of art have been as endlessly parodied as the Last Supper; Popped Culture’s collection of 50 parodies includes everything from The Sopranos to Sesame Street.
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.
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.
NSFW, NS for ladies and definitely NS for anyone with a brain, Sexy Lightsaber Fight has little going for it other than two chicks losing their clothing, which for some is more than enough.
Noob button mashers need not apply: David Soames’ The Ultimate Combo is a handy guide for those who live and breathe uppercuts, hadoukens, and the occasional Moonlight Sonata.
Fresh from The Lonely Island’s Incredibad album, this uncensored “Like A Boss” music video features comedy it-man Seth Rogen giving the mother of all performance reviews.
Produced by Slate Magazine, Flutter is such an effective parody of Twitter we wouldn’t be surprised if it got venture capital; it introduces “nano-blogging,” which uses only 26 characters.
Few things are as important as teaching your little geek about the neverending, epic struggle between pirates vs. ninjas; this mobile by SaltyandSweet consists of laser-cut figures.
Dungeon Master: The Blind Date’s acting is a bit painful to watch, but even more painful is the truth: most of the friends we rolled d20s with are still dateless nerds.
The Hangover has classic dude/road-trip flick written all over it, with the trailer leaving us in stitches; it’s a movie about four friends who take a trip to Vegas for a bachelor party.
Taking “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” literally, these New York City Garbage Sculptures are by trash experts Tom and Mike and are actually for sale. Thanks, Ekin!
Michael Bay has detractors, but we have to say we’d pay more attention to those Cheerios ads if he started making cereal commercials; it’s packed with music, women and slo-mo shots.
Longtime freelancer Scott Iseri has a cubicle now, but he isn’t going down without a fight: Scotty Got An Office Job is an ongoing series with him covertly sticking it to the man.
You know we’ve got too many superheroes (and villains) running around with this Hall of Cliche Super Heroes tee; you’ll find just about every archetype, from vigilante cop to gimmicky pet.
Our April Fools top picks: Gmail Autopilot, Qualcomm R&D, Expedia’s flight to Mars, Thinkgeek’s Portal Tee, Xbox 360’s Alpine Legend, the Palm Post and a Confickered Gizmodo.
Nothing screams badass like wearing an actual badass: Mark Todd’s Bad Asses tees feature badasses such as Rambo, Chuck Norris and Snake Plissken. One more time: badass.
We’re not sure how many of you even remember Dallas, but this video mixes the 80s oil baron soap opera’s intro with our favorite Star Wars characters; corny, but kinda cool.
University of Nantucket researchers are claiming real proof of sentience amongst lower primates, specifically chimpanzees; evidence centers on emulation of human behavior.
This Metal Gear Solid 4 video starts off like any other, at least until God himself (aka Hideo Kojima) appears and proceeds to get super-stealthy awesome on the streets of San Francisco.
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