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Trailer: Black Lightning

Trailer: Black Lightning

From the same director who brought us Wanted, Black Lightning may be in Russian but it’s not hard to understand: it’s essentially Spiderman meets Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

The Helmet Project

The Helmet Project

The Helmet Project deserves its own Hall of Fame for its scope: a work in progress, its goal is to catalog images of all college and pro-football helmets from 1960 to present day.

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Scubacraft

Scubacraft
~$160,000+  Buy Comment

In addition to his Project X watch, Daniel Craig may want a Scubacraft for his next Bond movie: it’s both a 50 mph speedboat and a submarine, able to dive up to 100 feet underwater.

Blu-ray: Fight Club

Blu-ray: Fight Club
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Tyler Durden’s Fight Club comes to Blu-ray 11/17; in addition to 1080p video and DTS-HD 5.1 sound, it includes an Ed Norton interview, deleted scenes and four audio commentaries.

Haynes Manual Graphics

Haynes Manual Graphics
~$160+  Buy Comment

Volkswagen guts and Spitfire innards make you giddy? Surface View offers Haynes Manual Graphics prints and wall covers; they’re based on the renowned DIY tomes of the same name.

Trailer: Shattered Horizon

Trailer: Shattered Horizon

The deadly void of space has never looked more beautiful with this nearly soundless trailer for Shattered Horizon; 100% in-game footage, it’s packed with sweet zero-g combat.

Analog Glasgow Jacket

Analog Glasgow Jacket
$260  Buy Comment

Analog’s Glasgow Jacket looks urban, but it’ll serve you well on the slopes; it sports a 10,000mm waterproof poly twill shell, hand warmer pockets, MP3 sound port and adjustable hood.

World’s Loudest Alarm

World’s Loudest Alarm

Warning: do not try this at home (or anywhere else); Kipkay.com has built the world’s loudest alarm clock, replacing a cheap 1″ speaker with two ear-splitting, 140 dB electric horns.

Lotus Exige Scura

Lotus Exige Scura
~$90,000  Buy Comment

AKA the Stealth for its matt black paint and carbon fiber bits, Lotus’ Exige Scura is limited to 35 cars; it uses the Exige Cup’s supercharged 257hp 1.8L engine, good for a 0-60 of 4.1s.

Funny: Pixar Intro Parody

Funny: Pixar Intro Parody

The lamp serves time for his crimes: this Pixar Intro Parody begins with a media frenzy and jail time, but unlike most of the Hollywood elite, its story ends with electrifying results.

The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness
$17  Buy Comment

From the eponymous blog, The Art of Manliness is a witty but serious guidebook for men in the 21st century; it covers everything from handshakes and buying flowers to treating snakebites.

Plastic Logic QUE

Plastic Logic QUE

Designed for the business crowd, Plastic Logic’s QUE is powered by Barnes & Noble and features a letter-sized 8.5″x11″, shatterproof E-ink screen, 3G, Wi-Fi, and 1/3″ thickness.

Assassin’s Creed: Lineage

Assassin’s Creed: Lineage

Like father, like son: Ezio’s dad Giovanni gets real blood on his hands with Assassin’s Creed: Lineage, a series of three live-action short films that’ll be released on YouTube starting 10/27.

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Project X Watches

Project X Watches
$10,200+  Buy Comment

Worn by Daniel Craig (aka Mr. 007), Project X creates both one-of-a-kind and limited runs of Rolexes; choose from 18 models and 19 options including Craig’s blacked-out DLC case above.

Rock Band: iPhone/iPod

Rock Band: iPhone/iPod
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Tapping on Tap Tap Revenge’s shoulder, Rock Band is now available on the iPhone and iPod Touch: it features single and 4-player (via Bluetooth) modes, 4 instruments and 20 songs.

Alex eReader

Alex eReader

Spring Design’s dual-screen Alex eReader springs a few notable surprises: it packs a 6″ E-ink display, an Android OS 3.5″ color LCD, WiFi, 3G, SD card slot, headphone jack and speaker.

Family Guy: SSSDS

Family Guy: SSSDS
$23  Buy Comment

Available 12/22/09, Family Guy: Something, Something, Something, Darkside is Seth MacFarlane’s latest faithful Star Wars retelling, this time parodying The Empire Strikes Back.

Sports Armband Pro

Sports Armband Pro
$30  Buy Comment

We prefer the looks of the first Armband, but Incase’s new Sports Armband Pro “sports” a velcro tab for corralling rowdy stray headphone cords; it’ll work with 4th and 5th gen iPod nanos.

God of War Collection

God of War Collection
$40  Buy Comment

Kratos’ earlier misadventures get rendered in 720p glory: the God of War Collection remasters God of War I and II for the PS3 on 11/17/09. with 2X anti-aliased graphics at 60 FPS.

Save Yourself T-shirt

Save Yourself T-shirt
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Even dinosaurs aren’t immune to historical revisionism: our terrible lizard pals turn into terrific lizards with this Save Yourself t-shirt, which tells tall tails of their selfless heroism.

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Video: Cardboard

Video: Cardboard

Save your shipping boxes: Sjors Vervoort’s Cardboard is a stop motion/CG film making use of over 800 cutouts, with animations composited into the film frame by frame; film stills here.

12″ Figure: Space Adam

12″ Figure: Space Adam
$200  Buy Comment

Winston Classic Creation’s 12″ Space Adam mixes Flash Gordon with Planet of the Apes; the attention to detail here is bananas, with a detailed space suit and 20 points of articulation.

Time Attack MF Watch

Time Attack MF Watch
$3,670  Buy Comment

Both analog and digital, Chopard’s Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Time Attack MF sports a racing wheel-inspired steel crown, a bezel tachometer and COSC certified movement.

Short Film: Duelity

Short Film: Duelity

Kudos to VFS students Marcos Ceravolo and Ryan Uhrich for tackling an emotionally charged topic with wit and irony: Duelity puts creationism and evolution in each other’s shoes.

Marc Lee Glory Knife

Marc Lee Glory Knife
$350  Buy Comment

Created to honor the first SEAL killed in the Iraq war, Benchmade’s Marc Lee Glory Knife features a Re-curve blade and grooved handle; a portion of proceeds goes here. Thanks, Max!

FP Trailer: Star Trek Online

FP Trailer: Star Trek Online
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This Future Past, Part 1 trailer for Star Trek Online is space opera at its finest, revealing the events after Nemesis; the Klingons go to war on three fronts, and we get a front-row seat.

Black Belt Watch

Black Belt Watch

Swiss watchmakers and black belt holders and team up for the Black Belt Watch: it features Kanji characters, a kimono dial and Shinai sword hands; proceeds support Little Dreams.

MIT Micro Air Vehicle

MIT Micro Air Vehicle

The red eye on MIT’s Micro Air Vehicle screams Matrix or Terminator, but this is the future: it can operate autonomously thanks to quad rotors, a laser scanner and stereo cameras.

Art: Andy Awesome

Art: Andy Awesome

Andy Awesome’s art is exactly that: technically consistent (it’s all about circles) and relevant to geeks (Star Wars, Simpsons), it’s also freely available as iPhone and desktop wallpapers.

Astro Boy v. Peacekeeper

Astro Boy v. Peacekeeper

We enjoyed the Arena Battle clip, but this Astro Boy vs. Peacekeeper video gives us exactly what we want: a giant robot on not-so-giant robot, city-leveling slugfest (with butt guns).

Supra Vegan Pack

Supra Vegan Pack

Supra goes animal friendly for their Holiday ’09 line with the Vegan Pack: the Dixon, Thunder Lo, Thunder and Diablo 1.5 all sport 100% canvas uppers with gum, black or white soles.

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