Nothing appeals more to geeks than a swiss army knife, so this Geek Army Knife tee is a match, a Thundercats sword, lightsaber, MIB Noisy Cricket and Star Trek phaser made in heaven.
They may wear Roman headgear, but Overlord II’s mischievous gremlins act more like rampaging Barbarians in this Minion Maximus trailer; hell, they even club a baby seal at 1:05.
Celebrate 10 years of collaboration between LEGO and Star Wars: any order placed at LEGOshop.com on 5/3 and 5/4 will get a free, limited edition poster with 160 minifigures.
Above: District 9 finally gets a teaser trailer; based on 2005 short film Alive in Joburg, it’s being produced by LOTR’s Peter Jackson and tells the story of alien refugees in South Africa.
Inspired by the Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls, these Air Jordan 5 Toro Bravos come in two colorways; black represents the bulls, while red represents the bandanas of the runners.
New at Glennz: his witty vector art is making the jump from tees to laptops, with 24 skins that fit 13″, 14″, 15″ and 17″ notebook lids; they’re all priced the same, regardless of the size.
Its ergonomics leave something to be desired, but this concept NES mouse makes up for it with pure nostalgic value; it was done for a school project, so a real controller is unlikely.
Students have been doing a capella versions of Ben Folds’ songs for years, but they get official with University a Capella; it has 16 tracks from the country’s best university troupes.
SpaceShipTwo takes another step towards suborbital flight with this test flight for Virgin Galactic’s Eve; the WhiteKnightTwo mothership is a twin boom aircraft that will ferry spaceplanes.
Called the Schwarzenegger of watches, the Welder K29 is industrial to its core, with four hex head cap bolts, six layered dials, blackened stainless steel case and rubber strap.
Army of Two’s mysterious 40th Day Initiative gets its big reveal in this latest trailer; it’s a bit more serious than their past videos, with an ongoing series of terrorist attacks on Shanghai.
A boon for push-to-talk users, Motorola’s rugged i465 Clutch is their first iDEN phone with a full QWERTY keyboard; its features are light but it does meet military specs for shock and dust.
NSFW: Eclectic Method shows off their epic remixing skills with the Tarantino Mixtape; true to his films, it’s a brilliant mix of violence, bad behavior and quirky dialogue. Thanks, Jake!
Preserving various species gets put into perspective with this Conservation Status t-shirt; we’re all for pandas, rhinos and lions, but the jury’s still out for Bigfoot and zombies.
Spore’s Galactic Adventures goes 50s sci-fi; its open universe model is a weakness to some, but the Space Captain trailer does a good job making it look like the best fun this side of Uranus.
Lotus’ Elise Purist Edition isn’t all that stripped down–you’ll still get the 1.8L, 190hp 4-banger, AC, stereo and power locks–but with an MSRP near 2005 prices, it’s a tough value to beat.
It’s the last place you’d want to bring your precious mp3 player, not that you’d need it: the iShower Curtain is ideal for soapy singers and loofa lounge lizards of all shapes and sizes.
Few areas in the world are as over-developed as Manhattan, so the Mannahatta Project’s computer recreation of the island in 400 years go in 1609 is utterly fascinating–yet alien.
Jan Rytir’s 7″ MID concept is a bit Sony Vaio P, a bit Touch Pro2 and a whole lot of sexy with an LCD touchscreen, 7 action buttons, two USB slots and 47-key QWERTY with trackball.
G-Power claims that their modded M6 Hurricane CS is the world’s fastest Bimmer coupe at 228mph, and with a twin-supercharged engine that pushes out 750 hp, we won’t argue.
Like a 2D version of Battlestar Galactica (they even share the same initials), Gratuitous Space Battles lets you customize spaceships and then send them off to giant battles to slug it out.
Luminox’s 3000 Series of night-friendly watches gets a style upgrade with the 3050 Colourmarks; five colors contrast against a black face with the outer dial getting a color treatment.
The plot for the G.I. Joe movie may yet be as silly as Serpentor, but this second trailer at least promises a whole crapload of Michael Bay-style awesomeness with action aplenty.
We’d be boogying to this Lusso Turntable too if we could afford it; at $31k, this ultra-lux record player features a carbon tonearm and motor on their own aluminum/black acrylic cones.
We never fancied Hugh the Broadway-type, but Wolverine: The Musical is pure gold, albeit way off-Broadway: “I’ll chop apart that redwood tree and slice the wings off of a bee…”
An Xbox gave its life for this Exploded 360 t-shirt, which ships 5/4; Dion Briggs tells us that illustrator Garry Booth gutted a working console, sending it to the great green ring in the sky.
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