Toys, toys, toys!
That's a lot of lasagne.
Captain Picard is getting one too.
To the Batcave!
Kyber crystals don’t only make up the heart of a Jedi’s lightsaber, now they’re the focus of one of the best mysteries in Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
It's great, but the included Lego minifigures look like astronauts transplanted from a futuristic sci-fi movie.
This 1,471-piece replica does a remarkably good job at recreating the curves of a now-iconic muscle car.
The next statue in Sideshow Collectibles’ “Mythos” line showcases the best kitty in space.
It’s hard to lament Comic-Con’s lack of focus on actual comics when the convention also brings us some of the best and exclusive collectible toys of the year.
There are five styles available: two high-tops featuring Homer and Duff beer patterns; and three low-tops featuring Bart, Duff beer, and doughnut sprinkle patterns.
Seeing the sameness of them all is like seeing the broader commodification of fandom written in big bold letters across my wall.
For as little as £100, you could be the new owner of a Protona Microphone Spy Watch Recorde or a rather lethal-looking SOE Agents Assassination Pen Dagger.
Arcades are long gone, but for around £23 a pop, you can relive some of that nostalgia and build your own tiny arcade with these highly-detailed miniature replicas.
You probably won’t want to face a Jedi with one of these in hand, but with enough determination they could probably be used to take down a Wampa.
The only real reason to buy a levitating speaker is to get this tiny Death Star. Read More >>
Real paper. You know, that dried and flattened wood pulp stuff comes out of printers.