OppoSuits unveils their latest creation, a Pac-Man suit that pays tribute to the "little yellow man with a big mouth," complete with jacket, pants, and tie. This stylish piece features hundreds of ghosts, power pellets, and Pac-Man himself traversing one gigantic maze. Pac-Man is often credited with being a landmark in video game history, and is among the most famous arcade games of all time. It is also one of the highest-grossing video games of all time, having generated more than $2.5 billion in quarters by the 1990s. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
When the Tumbler is crossed with an F1 car, you get this futuristic Batmobile concept, created by Bulgarian designer Encho Enchev. Sleek and stealthy, this concept is equipped with a machine guns, but more than likely is hiding a lot more underneath its frame. Now one thing this model probably doesn't have is a detachable Batpod, but if it maneuvers anything like a racecar, one definitely won't be required. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing how to print a key at home.
Marvel fans rejoice! HJC has unveiled a line of officially licensed Marvel motorcycle helmets that almost look too cool to wear, and they include: Iron Man, Captain America and The Punisher. Each one features an advanced polycarbonate composite shell for superior fit and comfort using advanced CAD technology, along with an otically-superior Pinlock 100% Max Vision-prepared face shield. Continue reading for more pictures.
Comic book fans rejoice! This year many adaptations are hitting the big screen, including "Deadpool", "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", "Captain America: Civil War", "X-Men: Apocalypse", "Suicide Squad", "Doctor Strange", "Sinister Six" and "Gambit". Now here are a few vehicles that could be driven by them in real-life, starting with Superman's Bugatti Chiron. Continue reading for more.
For those who have seen Ant-Man, these two characters are probably quite familiar. This real-life scene involving microscopic versions of them was created by micro-artist Slinkachu for the film's release. "I was in geek heaven when asked to collaborate with Marvel. I am a big fan of the Marvel characters and films. Ant-Man is a perfect fit with my own miniature art - he is almost the same size," said the artist. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.
This may not be the first LEGO Batcave, but it's the only one we've come across that includes Wayne Manor up top. This was created by brick master Dan Glasure over the course of several months, and as you can see, no detail was spared. The entire diorama features the Batmobile, Batwing, mood lighting, a holding cell, sky bridge, and lots more. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of someone drifting a Ferrari F40 in the snow up to basecamp.
The Star Trek White Noise Sleep Machine from ThinkGeek may not be real...yet, but there are rumors that this will hit the market before the holidays. This sleep machine provides 8 different sounds from 5 familiar spacecraft to gently lull you to sleep. You can use the LCARS touch screen display to select a ship or station, whose schematic will pop up in the next window, while resting your head on your pillow and watch the stars race by, projected onto the ceiling. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Ashley Yates, a construction expert from Bedford, England, decided to build a "Hobbit Hole" in his backyard. After nearly a year of work, it became the stunning structure that you see above. "We created a strong internal wooden frame which was hugely over-engineered. The corrugated iron was used to seal everything in and the panels were all seam welded from top to bottom once in position and then finished with plenty of waterproof barriers. The base concreted with waterproofer and finished with further waterproofing and finally a leveling compound so there was a lovely clean finish inside," said Yates. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Scarface fans rejoice! This JamesEdition piece is made from real AK-47 assault rifles, and the idea came to artist Rainer Weber while reading a book on AK creator Michail Kalashnikov. Each one boasts four service-used, fixed stock stb AK-47s and two stb AK-47s with folding stocks, used at the front chair legs and arm rests. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The AT-ST Walker was designed to be a recon, hit-and-run vehicle in the Star Wars universe, and is one of the series' most iconic vehicles to say the least. What could be better than a few collectible toys? Having a full-scale replica in your backyard of course, and this one was made from scratch using a combination of timber, plastic, along with bits of scrap metal. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.