The legendary LeeAnna Vamp cosplayed as Dark Helmet at SDCC, and the costume was clearly designed with hot temperatures in mind. It’s ventilated, and the giant helmet is capable of blocking out the sun for several people at once. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
It’s always fun when a famous person walks the floor incognito at a convention. This is especially true when you discover that you took a picture with them.
So if you took a picture with a dude in a Suicide Squad t-shirt and a Guy Fawkes mask, that may have been Henry Cavill. Will Smith knows what I’m talking about. Check out the video below. [click to continue…]
I personally demand you sing the Firefly theme song as you walk around in these Firefly Serenity Ship oversized plush slippers.
Or just quote dialogue from the show…or movie. They’re the smoothest ride to Boros for anyone can pay.
These are so weirdly awesome—not to mention a better option than cutting footholes in the Firefly Serenity Plush.
Firefly Serenity Ship Oversized Plush Slippers $44.99
My mind can’t even process the awesomeness of these photos. Thank you John Barrowman—you’ve brought a smile to the face of a dude working early on a Saturday morning. We also need to thank Elhoffer Design and Jessica LG for making these costumes happen.
Check out more pics below along with a HUGE BONUS VIDEO. [click to continue…]
Our shirt store is full of nerdy designs from the best independent artists and they’re all on sale for just $14! But that’s not all:
- T-Shirts – $14
- Mens V-Neck – $18
- Tanks – $18
- Zip Up Hoodie – $38
- Hoodies – $35
- Crew necks – $30
- BaseBall Tees – $17
- LongSleeve Tees – $15
- Scoop Neck – $21
- Infant Onesie – $15
- Kids Tees – $14
- Prints and Canvas 25% Off
- Mugs – $12
- NoteBooks – $10
- Laptop Cases – $30
Head on over to the store and grab your favorite designs at a discount while you still can! Better hurry though—when the weekend ends, so does the sale.
The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) are responsible for the U.S. National Laboratory on the International Space Station. This year they teamed with Marvel to make an official mission patch that stars Groot and Rocket Raccoon.
Honestly, I’m not surprised. There’s a nerd or two working for NASA after all. In fact, I’ll be the other agencies are super jealous right now.
The patch was revealed at SDCC by CASIS rep Patrick O’Neill, who notes that the patch represents all of the scientific investigations on the station’s National Laboratory for 2016. From The Verge:
“These are characters who have a bit of a space-based background to begin with,” said O’Neill. “So both of [these] characters already embody some of the characteristics associated with what’s happening on the space station.”
Check out more details about the creation of the patch in the video below. [click to continue…]
We already saw some spectacular Pokémon Go cosplay from our friend Ginny Di, and now we have Lyz Brickley doing a great job representing Team Valor.
Check out an additional pic below. [click to continue…]
It looks like The Flaming C got a costume upgrade.
Ironhead Studio has crafted costumes for many of Hollywood’s big budget superhero movies, but now their skills will be put to the ultimate test. Can they make Conan O’ Brien into a proper superhero despite his lack of muscles, lack of a butt and tiny crotch area?
See what they came up with in the video below. [click to continue…]
You’ve seen the shirt many many times at this point—now see the shirt as a bag!
Enjoy a piece of Harley’s style with this Suicide Squad Daddy’s Lil Monster Dome Handbag! Inspired by her boots, this detailed handbag features ample space for all your villainous gear and don’t forget to grab the matching wallet (sold separately)! Secure all your goods with the exterior zipper and prepare to head out with Mr. J and the rest of the squad! Measures about 13-inches long x 6-inches deep x 10-inches tall.
Suicide Squad Daddy’s Lil Monster Dome Handbag ($49.99)
As promised, the Her Universe fashion show took place last night at SDCC, and the star of the show was clearly the Ashoka Tano dress worn by Ashley Eckstein herself.
It was made with 10,000 Lego bricks by Nathan Sawaya based on a design by Andrew MacLaine. Her awesome hair is the work of Jen Blanchard.
Check out more pics and video from the show below, and make sure to head on over to Her Universe to grab their new SDCC fashions. [click to continue…]