Peter Quill just couldn’t control himself and had to punch Thanos right in the face, resulting in the snap heard around the world. If you like the idea of an all-powerful gauntlet that lets you do whatever you want, try this Infinity Gauntlet Rings Bracelet on for size.
This version of the Infinity War Gauntlet consists of a chain bracelet with colorful faux gemstone rings attached by smaller chains. The whole thing is gold colored but isn’t gold. Its made of nickel-free zinc alloy.
It’s listed as “one size fits most” and can be yours for $34.99 over at ThinkGeek. Just don’t use it to vaporize half the world’s population.
Fallout 4 was the high point for the franchise, and it put some very cool weapons at your disposal. One of the stranger instruments of destruction in the game was the Super Sledge. This was a big sledgehammer with a rocket motor on the back.
The sole purpose of that Super Sledge was to smash the shite out of enemies in the game. This officially-licensed reproduction is a 1:1 version of the weapon from the game. Measuring in at 41″ long, it’s perfect for cosplayers.
Construction is from injection molded plastic. That means no actual super smashing things, or you will break it more likely than the object of your destruction. ThinkGeek will sell you a Super Sledge for $79.99, but the display stand shown is not included.
Way before Meghan Markle tied up with the ginger royal and got married; she was on Suits. Markle is a royal now and left her acting career behind. If you ever wanted to get up close with the beautiful actress or her ginger prince, Harry, this is your chance.
The Funko POP! Duke and Duchess of Sussex come as a boxed set, and the duo holds hands. You can get your hands on the pair for $19.99 over at ThinkGeek. Be sure to round out your royal collection with a POP! figure of Queen Elizabeth II, decked out in green with a dash of purple.
This is as close as you will ever get to attending a royal wedding.
Of all the flicks that I remember from growing up in the 1980s, one of the best was The Princess Bride. I’ll admit to not wanting to watch it in my youth because it sounded like a “girl movie” to my younger self. Once I watched it, it was fantastic – with giants, sword fights, and matches of wits.
Fans of The Princess Bride will love this premium action figure of Westley as The Dread Pirate Roberts. Standing 12.25″ tall, the sixth-scale figure looks just like Cary Elwes. It comes with two heads: one shows Westley’s face, the other is Westley wearing the Dread Pirate Roberts’ mask.
The figure has that bitchin’, but sort of pubey, mustache from the films and comes complete with his black pirate costume, sword, and wine goblet. It comes with seven different gloved hands, and two bare hands allow for ambidextrous sword fights. ThinkGeek will sell you one, as you wish, for $199.99.
Rick and Morty fans who want to surprise their special man or lady on Valentine’s Day with something a little special before the “special” festivities go down, check it out. You can get two pairs of Rick and Morty boxer briefs that are eminently better than your tighty whities.
One pair is blue and has the many faces of Rick Sanchez. The other pair is festooned with Pickle Rick. That means you can cover your pickle with a bunch of pickles.
The pair of undies sells for $39.99 and depending on your sharting frequency, should last much longer than flowers. They come in size SM through 2X and are available from ThinkGeek now.
Valentine’s Day is almost here, and if you have a Fallout fan in your life, this Modern Icons #7 Fallout T-51 Power Armor Statue will look fantastic on their desk. It’s ok if your Fallout fan likes Fallout 76, they probably still deserve a gift.
The statue was designed from Bethesda digital assets and looks just like the one from the game. It is painted in a battle-worn and weathered scheme and looks fantastic. The construction is injection molded plastic.
The injection-molded statue stands 9″ tall on a 4″ diameter base and weighs in at one pound. It’s in stock and up for order now from ThinkGeek for $49.99.
The Japanese are renowned food segregationists. This is where the Bento box comes from that keeps all your eats separate, yet together. If you like your foods not to touch, and are a fan of the space program, I might have just the ticket for you.
This NASA-inspired lunch box has three food storage containers to keep your lunch or snacks ready to go, and looks like a stack of old mission film canisters. The backside of the canister has an Apollo 11 patch with timestamps 07201969 20:17:40 and 20:17:46. I’m not sure what the times were, but July 20, 1969 was the date when humans first landed on the moon.
Each of the containers has 20 fl. oz. capacity and the box is made of metal. That means no microwaving them or sparks will surely fly. Each bowl is 2.6″ tall and 5.4″ in diameter; it’s 11″ tall when stacked. These would also make great food bowls for your doggo. You can grab the set at ThinkGeek for $24.99.
If you have kids or a fondness for Disney films you probably know that a live-action version of Aladdin is coming later this year. That means kids will be wanting to fly around on magic carpets, and who can blame them. Now they can have a rug that looks just like the magic carpet from the original animated film.
The rug measures 39″ x 70″ and is made from 100% polyester. It has 4-inch yarn tassels on each corner, certain to get slurped up by your vacuum.
The Aladdin Magic Carpet Rug is available to purchase right now at ThinkGeek. It’s not cheap at $69.99, and you should know it doesn’t fly unless your UPS driver goes really fast on his way to deliver it.
Pac-Man was the first video game I ever played in the arcade, and I was hooked. If you have a soft spot for our dot-eating pal, ThinkGeek has a cool Pac-Man lamp for your desk or bookshelf. The lamp looks like a cartoonized 3D version of the pizza-shaped dot chomper.
It doesn’t just light up either. When you plug it in, it plays the arcade game start music. It also has 12 different sound effects from the game to take you right back to your quarter-hoarding arcade days. Pac-Man measures 8-inches in diameter and appears to be made out of plastic.
The lamp is brightness adjustable and comes with a remote to control it from across the room. The remote can also trigger all the sounds. ThinkGeek will sell you the Pac-Man Lamp with Sound for $34.99, or you’ll need to insert 140 quarters.
I have always liked Van Gogh’s 1889 painting “The Starry Night“. There aren’t many classic paintings of nightscapes, and anyone who loves to look at the stars will like what ThinkGeek has cooked up. It’s called “Starry Planet,” and it has the look and feel of the Van Gogh masterpiece, with a slightly different subject matter.
Rather than stars swirling over the dark city, this one has disproportionate versions of all nine planets from our solar system. Earth is among them, so I’m guessing that swirly spire in the foreground (I’m never sure is a tree or a wilting castle) must mean we’re on another planet. Cool.
The picture measure 20″ w x 16″ h x 3/4″ d, and is on canvas that is stretched on a wood frame. It should be evident at the $19.99 price that this isn’t a painting, but a print on canvas.