Loungefly isn’t done with their Star Wars Celebration reveals. In addition to the 40th anniversary backpack that debuted yesterday, they’ve added these Rebel Cosplay and Vader Cosplay mini, faux leather backpacks. Let’s drool over them from multiple angles. [click to continue…]

Just in time for Star Wars Celebration, ThinkGeek has launched the second wave of Star Wars Geeki Tiki Mugs that includes designs based on C-3PO, a Jawa, a Tauntaun, a Tusken Raider, a Wampa, and Wicket. But that’s not all! See more on That’s Nerdalicious

Jen and John Yates from EPBOT have followed last year’s epic Labyrinth Junk Lady cosplay with this Jawa from Star Wars and, well…just look at it. Better yet, look at it in action: [click to continue…]

I recall hearing a rumor a while back that Nintendo would discontinue the NES Classic, but I dismissed it because to do so would be completely and utterly absurd. Well, guess what—Nintendo is discontinuing the extremely popular, impossible to find NES Classic. Read more on Nerd Approved

UPDATE: Original top image removed at Musterbrand’s request.

Musterbrand is showing off some of their new Star Wars wares at Celebration, and these awesome shoes really caught our attention. Many of them are still in the prototype stage, but there are designs based on Luke Skywalker’s pilot outfit (look at that heeled version!), the slave Leia outfit, Darth Vader, and Stormtroopers. [click to continue…]

Loungefly has unveiled a very limited edition Star Wars 40th Anniversary Backpack Set that includes a pencil case and button 3-pack. These are currently being sold at Star Wars Celebration and online at Loungefly.com for $55 while supplies last. Take a closer look in the pics below. [click to continue…]

Generally speaking, if you want a custom lightsaber with a cool design and fancy electronics, you’ll be paying a helluva lot for it. With that in mind, Part Time Hero Props has launched a Kickstarter for their MWR Saber System which aims to deliver fancy but affordable lightsaber-style props to cosplayers and duelers. [click to continue…]

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In our rush to bring back the dinosaurs and genetically modify them with taco DNA, did we go too far? Thanks to science, you can now own a dinosaur with two tacos on its back. I think the answer to this question in clear. No—we haven’t gone too far. In fact, maybe we haven’t gone far enough. See more on That’s Nerdalicious

Acrobatica Infiniti, the one and only cosplay circus for nerds, has launched a line of shirts that are based on actual acts in their shows. Currently, only tank top styles are available, but they would be a super unique thing to wear to the gym. Check out more styles below. [click to continue…]

Just looking at the Dragon Ball Super Deluxe Kamehameha Shooter fills me with joy. It’s absurd in an awesome way. First of all, it exists. Second, it will fire the energy blast with sound effects when you press the button. See more on Nerd Approved

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