Burton has unveiled a South Park collection that includes a snowboard, shirt, socks and a pair of gloves—but the hats, my friends, are where it’s at. [click to continue…]


Surprisingly enough, BioShock characters make for a fine bunch of bags. Who knew? From the delicate embroidery on Elizabeth’s coin purse to the Little Sister plush charm on the Big Daddy backpack, each bag has interesting character callbacks. Most of the bags also feature faux leather accents, padded laptop pockets, and exterior pockets to hold all your stuff.

I love how evocative the front of the Big Daddy backpack feels. It’s immediately recognizable. Check out more bags from the series below. [click to continue…]


We’ve seen some interesting spins on a How To Train Your Dragon Toothless hoodie, but this is the the straightforward official version that the world clearly needs. Plus it’s on sale for less than $50 right now.

Toothless Cosplay Hoodie ($45.43 – $46.83)


Our Nerd Approved / TeePublic shirt store is full of nerdy designs from the best independent artists and they’re all on sale for just $14! They make great gifts and you don’t have to put in a whole lot of effort. It’s a win-win.

But that’s not all—everything in the store has been massively discounted including phone cases, wall art hoodies and more.

So head on over to the store and grab some gifts at a discount while you can.


Star Wars fans, especially fans of The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, are going to love these wool knitted sweaters by Etsy seller Natela Datura Design. They’re made by the mom of a diehard fan, so you know all the details are there.

Handmade in Russia, these sweaters feature the much beloved Captain Rex or a general Stormtrooper design. You can get them pre-made, or if you’re a knitter, you can download the patterns (available in English). Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


An imgur dad going by “bruck7” used the time his wife was at work to transform their daughter’s Magic SleepSuit into what they thought it looked like all along: a mini spacesuit.

The suit, which is apparently designed to help babies sleep better, was enhanced with NASA patches ordered from Amazon and “big fluffy boots”, resulting in something bruck7 says he can’t look at without laughing.

Fortunately, mom’s reaction was captured in the video below, where you’ll also find additional pics. [click to continue…]


Peter Alexander has unveiled a small line of Star Wars sleepwear and the designs are kinda stylish. No reason not to look great when you’re sleeping or watching Netflix, eh?

Sizes range from XS to XL, and though Peter Alexander is based in Australia and New Zealand, they do ship internationally. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


Last time we saw Yeliz, she was wearing a Mortal Kombat Kotal Khan cosplay. As incredible as it was, she’s definitely kicked things up notch or two with this Artorias costume from Dark Souls. She made the entire thing herself, save for the sword by Destroyer Props.

See her in action in the video below. [click to continue…]


This Mega Man-inspired “Mega Death Metal” ring from Rockheart is 100% pewter for headbangin’ button mashers—though you might have some trouble holding up the controller because this thing is literally heavy metal. But that will just make you more powerful. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


Indeed, this custom skirt from Etsy seller RoobyLane appears to be the starting point for one hell of a story. It’s like the fairy tale version of The Avengers.

Fairy Tale Skirt ($54.68-$59.89)