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.
Shatner Quake tops the list for ridiculous sci-fi novels: in it, every William Shatner character gets sucked into our world to do battle with a Bruce Campbell terrorist cult. No, seriously.
Victorinox’s retro-style Travel Alarm 1884 pocketwatch is sure to send steampunk fans into a frenzy; it clicks shut a-la a Swiss Army Knife and is made with stainless steel and MABS plastic.
Showing off his ability to chain attacks together, the Dark Knight is essentially a samurai-meets-tank in this FreeFlow Trailer for Batman: Arkham Asylum; seriously, Bane, just pack it up.
With slash-proof shoulder straps, wire mesh front/bottom and tamper proof zippers, Metro’s Theft-Proof Laptop Bag will foil pickpockets–as long as they don’t make off with the bag itself.
The Fine Bros. ongoing LOST parody strands our favorite starship crew with Locke and gang; they manage to squeeze in parallel casts, Bill & Ted and Siler/Spock going nuts.
We’d think twice about snoozing with this Darth Vader Alarm Clock, which features three sound effects, glowing red digits, audio jack input and force grip if you nap too long.
Say what you will about the plot, but nothing short of Unicron is going to stop us from watching Transformers 2 after this latest trailer; giant swirling blades of death at 2:15 FTW.
Other than a white perforated upper and contrasting pebbled leather Swoosh, Nike’s Sweet Classic Highs are about as clean as shoes get, albeit with a strong resemblance to Blazer Highs.
Warhammer 40K players will literally drool over this Necron Monolith Cake; it was made by Chicago bakery Luscious Layers for a lucky gamer on her 26th birthday. Thanks, Don!
Most of you are too young and/or mentally stable to know who Pink Floyd is, but these Converse Dark Side His look psychedelically stunning with artwork from their classic Dark Side album.
Last augmented reality vid for now, we promise: Todd Vanderlin’s AR Scratching lets you scratch just about anything (not just records), instantly turning you into a pseudo disc jockey.
British firefighters are snuffing out flames in style with their Gallet F1-SF helmets, which feature gold-plated visors to reflect UV heat; these guys/gals could seriously moonlight as Daft Punk.
Dan Gurewitch of College Humor shows that Twitter in Real Life makes you sound like an obnoxious, self-centered douchebag; ironically, it’s a perfect fit for our inattentive ADD generation.
Universally compatible with all Wii shooting games, Capcom’s Resident Evil Shot Blaster lets you take out zombies in style with both one-handed and two-handed grip modes.
Ridiculously addictive, your goal in Crush the Castle is to use a trebuchet and increasingly destructive weapons to knock down castles and crush their hapless inhabitants.
Gaetano Pesce’s Montanaro couches are pure awesome, with cascading waterfalls and snow-capped peaks that let you brag that you can move mountains (albeit only for game nights).
Dozens of movies, reenacted with cartoon bunnies in half minute skits: watch all of Starz’ 30-Second Bunnies Theatre, including Star Trek II, Office Space, Kill Bill and Borat.
Handy for those occasions the Great Evil shows up for dinner, these Fifth Element Stones come from the awesome 1997 sci-fi film; unfortunately, Milla Jovovich is not included.
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Limited Edition includes special packaging, a two-disc soundtrack and video disc; most importantly, it’s a free upgrade and limited to the first run.
Got a hankering to share your mobile broadband? LevelOne’s MobilSpot (WBR-3800) is a wireless router that accepts USB and PC Card 3G modems; too bad it maxes out at 802.11g.
Similar to Microsoft’s early marketing for Zune, this series of 11 Google Chrome short films were each created by different directors and artists, each with their own quirky style.
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