At $225 these collectable bookends from Gentle Giant aren’t cheap but that doesn’t make them any less awesome. They are a limited edition although they aren’t saying how many will be created as they are only available for pre-order at the moment.
What do you get if you try to re-imagine the cast of the original Star Wars Trilogy as Cyber Punk Hackers? Artist Sillof has done just that. He’s also done a 2 series of steam punk, a 50’s TV science fiction serial, a Wild West, and a medieval set toys as well as Samurai and WWII sets…
I’m on my iPad so I can’t chase up the attribution for this image properly at the moment… Its by Aaron Williams of Do Gooder Press. I looked there and he has a bunch of we comics one of which I assume this was published on.
You may have noticed I’m clearing out my backlog of draft posts… I’ll let the guy who created this awesome Skeletor/Darth Vader bust put it into context:
by Ryan Renders
“I was picked to create a custom Darth Vader helmet by Halloweencostumes.com and I decided to turn my full size replica helmet into a bust of Skeletor. As I was creating this colossal custom I decided to Incorporated a few more elements into the piece that would represent Vader. So I created the sword of power but used Vader’s light saber for the handle and I Incorporated the Empire logo into his chest armor.”
Oddly (and I’m not sure whether or not I’ve said this here before) I got a bit confused when I was a kid and was convinced that Skeletor was really He-Man’s father…
Entitled Plastic Heroes by Chris McVeigh (Tumblr) (Redbubble) (Twitter) This T-Shirt pretty much sums up my childhood, He-Man, Bat Man, Thundercat, the Smurfs, GI Joe, Transformers, Lego, TMNT, Star Wars, and Voltron. (I never was a WWF fan…)
It is made of awesome… And makes me want to re-watch all of these shows.
via Rampaged Reality.