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Dead Space Plasma Cutter replica

Posted in Weapons by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2011

As Dead Space 2 hits the stores, you might be looking to expand your collection of gamer gear. If that’s the case, check out this Dead Space Plasma Cutter replica, complete with scorch-marks, light-up effects, and an attractive display-case to keep it safe when you are not fragging mutant aliens.

The details are dead-on and it comes with a rechargeable battery good for about 30-minutes of play time. The replica weighs less than 3 pounds, and can be pre-ordered now for $219, with deliveries starting in March.

Iron Man 2 Mark V Briefcase Replica

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2010

If you have to carry a briefcase you may as well do it in style. Every other businessman in the room will know that you are the alpha dog with this briefcase. You are important. You the man. A bright red Iron Man 2 briefcase says that you get things done. You wear armor.

This replica is nice and sturdy with a genuine leather interior. The Tony Stark briefcase is a limited edition item so you might want to hurry and get one. Only $459.99.

NES Coffee Table

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on September 9th, 2010

This NES Coffee Table is far too beautiful to rest your coffee on for even a second. It is a perfect oversized replica of the console that we all know and love.

The best part is that this Cool NES Coffee Table has a fully functional gigantic controller that you can find stored in the game slot. And you won’t even have to take a cartridge out and blow on it to get it to work.

Star Trek The Wrath of Khan communicator replica

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on June 6th, 2010

If Star Trek II taught us anything, it’s that sometimes, when someone taunts you enough, you just have to whip out your communicator and scream KHHHHHAAAAANNNNN. This Wrath of Khan Replica Communicator Device was used in one of the most famous movies of all time and now you can reenact that scene anytime you want.

When you open it up, you’ll hear “KHAAAAN!!!” screaming from it with flashing lights, and phrases from Uhura, Kirk, and Spock. It works in Voice Clip Mode, Screaming Kirk Mode, and Hail/Call-Back function. When closed or opened, it chirps. Get your nerd on with this famous replica.

Forget the iPad, I want a Star Trek PADD

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on May 12th, 2010

Ever since Star Trek The Next Generation, we have dreamed of a tablet computer device that could make all of our dreams come true. Whether watching Netflix, or checking on the status of your crew. Sadly, we still don’t have such a device. Sure there’s the iPad, but what about a functioning computer tablet that looks exactly like those sleek handhelds used in Star Trek?

Sadly it doesn’t exist. But this is a pretty close replica of the actual prop used in the series, a resin prop replica of the DS9 PADD. It’s apparently hand-made by the same artists who created the props for the TV series.

Star Trek wetsuits let you explore a very wet frontier

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2009

Underwater Trek seems to be all the rage in Japan, so why not dress up for it? Well, now you can with these Star Trek wetsuits, just like the uniforms that Kirk and crew wore, just made for the water.

They even come custom-fitted for between $435 and $470. Take someone in the red suit with you. That way you’ll be safe and he’ll be fish-food. And FYI, that Spock wetsuit won’t help you perform a Vulcan mind-meld on a Manta Ray. In case you were wondering.

Most realistic Back To The Future DeLorean ever could be yours

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2009

This makes my eyeballs very happy. This is the absolute most realistic BTTF DeLorean we have ever seen. It’s probably the most realistic one that exists. Period. And it’s on eBay. So you could own this baby. Starting Bid is $89,000.00. You might recognize the house too as the photo shoot took place at the Pasadena home that was once Doc Brown’s.

This 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 was built by Gary Weaver, a Back to the Future fan who is also apparently the authority on DeLorean time-machine replicas. He also owns BTTFparts.com, which I’m sure helped tremendously. Even so, this car took six years to complete.


Shakespeare bust with hidden Bat-switch

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on December 14th, 2008

bust with hidden Bat-switchSure, this looks like an innocent bust that shows off your love of the writer/poet/ladies man, but throw back his head and it reveals a secret switch. Do you remember this yet? It’s from the old Batman TV series from the ’60s. Bruce Wayne hid his secret switch inside and used it whenever it was time to get into the batcave. It sat next to the red Bat-Phone.

Shakespeare’s switch can control almost anything electronic: lights, window shades, music, even swiveling bookshelf batcave entrances. It isn’t cheap though. You’ll need to spend Bruce Wayne bucks to get it. The limited-edition statue is selling for $315.

The best grill is in back of a fire truck

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on August 13th, 2008

The best grill is in back of a fire truck
We wouldn’t be doing our job if we didn’t cover our share of grills. It’s summer and there’s nothing quite like a beautiful day in the skies above and the smell of burning meat wafting up from below. And there’s no better place to do your grilling then from the back of a vintage replica fire truck. If you’re starting a fire, you might as well grill in a truck that can put it out right?

It only costs $3,300. Why the hell not. If you modified this thing to actually run, which I don’t believe it does at that price, you could have a kind of traveling BBQ show and go from town to town, grilling your way into the hearts and minds of your fellow barbecue enthusiasts.

Touch Screen Audi & BMW cell phones

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on June 5th, 2008

Touch Screen Audi & BMW cell phones
We loved the Ferrari cell phone and we knew that it was just a matter of time until more cars joined in on the fun. If you’re not the Ferrari type, or just need a new car to use as a cell phone, you might want to try an Audi or even a BMW.

You’re gonna look silly talking on it, that’s a given, but if you’re brave enough to buy it, you’re probably brave enough to use it in public. You can get the Audi in white and the BMW in black. Both sport touch screens, a 1.3 megapixel camera, MP3 player, 3GP and Mp4 support, Bluetooth and 1GB of memory. They’ll cost you $160 each and unlike the real deal are electric powered. Try not to get caught playing with them on your desk.

Awesome ’66 Barris Lego Batmobile

Posted in Toys by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2008

Awesome ‘66 Barris Lego Batmobile
Check out this amazingly detailed ’66 Barris Batmobile LEGO replica. The creator has a great eye for detail and even included a Bat-Phone in the car. The Batman and Robin figures are pretty awesome too.

Now, if Lego had this kind of amazing creation sitting on the store shelves, I’d be buying one faster then 1960’s Batman can slide down the Bat-pole. I’d love to see what the creator would do with the rest of the Bat-verse. Definitely a high point in an otherwise slow news day.


BrickGun Glock 17 for LEGO related crime

Posted in Toys by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2008

BrickGun Glock 17 for LEGO related crimes
The BrickGun Glock 17 is obviously our gun of choice here at the Brick. It’s perfect for LEGO related crime, and would come in real handy if you ever find yourself in an alternate universe where humans are LEGO people. It’s built to a 1:1 scale so it fits your hand just like the real thing.

It looks just like a LEGO replica, and even shares many details of the actual glock. You can even pull the slide back and cock the internal striker. Pulling the trigger will cause the striker to fall with a nice loud “click”. The slide can also be opened like the real deal when the magazine is emptied. Good thing this doesn’t shoot anything, so you can’t put somebody’s eye out. No word on pricing yet.

Star Trek Tricorder replica won’t get you girls

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on March 30th, 2008

Star Trek Tricorder replica won’t get you girls
The Star Trek Tricorder can tell you whether a rock has certain minerals in it, if there’s toxic gas in the air, etc. And if you point it at a girl, it will tell you that there is no way in hell she is going to get with you. This tricorder is made from the original pattern used to create the props, and made of die-cast metal and plastic to give you that perfect future look and feel.

They are a limited edition of 2,000 pieces, and include a display case and certificate of authenticity. If you needed further proof that this is not your average Tricorder, just look at the price. The Star Trek Mark IX Science Tricorder Replica is $349.99.

Geeks love robots: R2-D2 home telephone

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2008

R2-D2 home telephone
Our favorite droid from the Star Wars saga has had more products built in his likeness then there are stars in the solar system. Chalk up another. The R2-D2 home telephone wants to take up space in your geek home and heart.

One of the legs unhooks as a standard handset. Features include head spinning and flashing lights when a call comes in (or at the push of a button if you want to impress your friends), ring selection (which can be standard, animation or R2-D2 noises), last number redial and volume control. It retails for £79.99.

Original Star Trek series communicator replica

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2008

Original Star Trek series communicator replica
We’re not afraid to get nerdy here at the Brick, as our recent 12 Star Trek gadgets that became reality list proves, and what could be nerdier and cooler then a replica of the original Star Trek communicator? We are still waiting on an authentic Star Trek Phone, but in the meantime, this will do nicely.

The device looks just like the real thing and it comes with several sound effects and 9 voice phrases including “Enterprise, this is Kirk”, “Spock here, Captain.” and “Your signal is very weak; can you turn up your gain?”. The Communicator Replica will be available soon and will retail for $29.99.

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