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That’s No Cowboy Moon, It’s a Cowboy Space Station: Old West Star Wars Figures

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

Talented toy customizer Sillof has made quite a reputation* for himself, creating custom Star Wars figures in the style of various genres, including steampunk, samurai, WWII, and now, the Old West. Check out the variations of Boba Fett, Darth Vader, and R2-D2 below. And while you’re at it, make an offering to the gods of toy […]

It’s Not a Doll, It’s a Really Soft Action Figure: Plush Skeletor Dolls

Friday, January 7th, 2011

Let’s see: a cute geek girl in glasses who wears comic book pajamas and whose idea of “arts and crafts” is making adorable plush Skeletor dolls (on sale at Etsy)? Tell me she loves Xbox and making sandwiches, and I will officially deem her “too good to be true.” Photo Credit Fellas, her name is Jennifer, and […]

The Doll They Call Jayne: Firefly Amigurumi Dolls

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

After the hand-farting TMNT theme, I owe you guys something soul-cleansingly adorbz, right? Well, don’t say I never gave you anything besides a nervous tick. These Firefly amigurumi dolls were hand-crocheted by deviantART user Smapte and Redditor for the pleasure of your eyeballs. And, yes, we all would have been satisfied with just a decapitated Jayne amigurumi […]

Delight: Michael Jackson’s Thriller in Lego

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

I have at least sixteen obvious Michael Jackson jokes from which I’ll spare you in bringing you this awesome scene by Chris McVeigh, by way of geekpron. Find Lego zombie minifigs on Ebay

Iconic: The Shining in Lego

Friday, November 5th, 2010

You know what The Shining needs? More cowbell. Or Legos. Whatever. This bit of Lego artistry was produced by Alex Eylar of scenes from Inception in Lego fame. Via Super Punch, who’s never met a pair of square-footed twins he didn’t like. Find custom Lego minifigs on Ebay

But Can He Shoot Straight?: Storm Shadow Trooper G.I. Joe Figure

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

So, we had to suffer through a Mickey Mouse Transformer to get a Storm Shadow ninja Stormtrooper? I think that’s basically how karma works, right? Via toycutter, who recognizes GWS as the authoritative voice on the best-guess definitions of words like “karma”. Find custom G.I. Joe figures on Ebay

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