This is an in-game replica lunchbox from the Nuka-World DLC for Fallout 4. Inside you’ll find stickers—which is cool, but I was kind of hoping for a sandwich and a Nuka Cola (preferably not irradiated). [click to continue…]
Everyone needs a good umbrella, so why not get one with a Deadpool chimichanga print and a hot sauce carrying case? Plus, it’s only $13 right now with Box Lunch’s 30% off sale. Keep telling yourself that this is a very logical, practical purchase. [click to continue…]
Funko has unveiled X-Force and Evil Blue Suit variant versions of their Deadpool Pop mug along with a Boba Fett Prototype Suit design. All of the mugs are available to pre-order now with shipping slated for September. [click to continue…]
Disney/Lucasfilm is determined to Star Wars up everything in your kitchen that’s even remotely lightsaber-shaped. There have been lightsaber immersion blenders, cutlery, BBQ tools and even chopsticks. Now you can add lightsaber salt and pepper grinders to that list. [click to continue…]
Etsy seller The Enchanted Ladybug sells some of the most adorable, nerdy coffee cup cozies that we’ve ever seen. You can buy them ready-made for around $15, but if you’re handy with a hook and yarn you can make many of them yourself using the free patterns on their blog. Check out more of our favorite designs below. [click to continue…]
Dean is back in Hell, only this time it’s a kitchen oven and he’s a mitt. Lucifer is making cookies while wearing this. No wonder he’s screaming.
Dean Winchester is only one of many fandom-themed oven mitts, pot holders, and aprons available in the NerdyNoveltyDesign Etsy store. Check out some additional designs below. [click to continue…]
Time Lord technology has been applied to beer, and nothing will ever be the same. I assume that this TARDIS stein can hold infinite amount of beer, and is capable of traveling backwards and forwards in time so you can enjoy the greatest beers in history. [click to continue…]
Summoning a Meeseeks to season your food seems like a wasted opportunity. Menial jobs like that should be given to the Pass The Butter Robot. No, Mr. Meeseeks needs a challenge.
‘Rick And Morty’ Mr. Meeseeks Salt And Pepper Shaker Set ($17.99 via GeekAlerts)
This is it. The teapot that the Galactic Empire uses in the Death Star break room to serve tea with those cookies they’re so famous for. [click to continue…]
They could have gone with bold colors like red and blue, but no—this is Wonder Woman dinnerware that looks good enough for guests. That’s a good thing, because you’ll want to get your money’s worth since it costs $43 for a four-piece set. [click to continue…]