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Marvel Coloud Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on March 12th, 2010

Just the other day we showed you the Star Wars Coloud headphones and now here are some Marvel headphones from Coloud. The Marvel Coloud Headphones are specially designed for all the Marvel Comics nerds.

These Marvel-themed headphones feature several Marvel superheroes like Iron Man, The Hulk, The Punisher, Wolverine and The X-men. You can pre-order the Marvel Coloud headphones for $39.99 right now.

Marvel Comics licenses line of Superhero-branded LCD/LED HDTVs

Posted in Television by Conner Flynn on March 1st, 2010

Marvel has partnered with RTC23 to release “the ultimate comic fan’s TV”. C’mon, you know you’ve been waiting for a TV branded with Superhero images. The 22, 32, 42 and 55-inch LCDs/40 and 46-inch LED HDTVs feature Iron Man, Captain America, The Hulk, Wolverine, Thor and other characters on the bottom corners of the frame as well as on a themed splash screen that appears for 8 seconds when you turn on the TV.

Even if you love Marvel Comics, it’s bound to get old staring at the same images though. The smaller LCD sets start out at 720p with a 60Hz refresh rate, 8000:1 dynamic and 3000:1 native contrast with 1 HDMI output and top out at 1080p with 240Hz refresh, 80,000:1 dynamic and 4000:1 native contrast, and 4 HDMI inputs. Prices range from $339 to $1989.

Marvel’s Comic Book Creator is awesome

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on October 21st, 2009

Marvel's Comic Book Creator is awesomeMarvel’s Create Your Own Comic service is obviously for kids, but since when has that stopped you. You’re the guy who plays with Legos and collects Star Wars figures right?

It’s a free online app that allows you to choose your page layouts and drag and drop your favorite Marvel heroes into each panel. Then you can add text, sound effects objects and other stuff for your 4-part series epic.

Finger Forks: Eat like you have Wolverine on every finger

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2009

Finger Forks: Eat like you have Wolverine on every fingerDesigned for buffets and dinner parties, these Finger forks allow you to eat as if you had a fistful of mini Wolverines at your fingertips. Whatever you eat will be shredded beyond recognition (Much like Logan’s current movie).

Just slip the finger fork, (or forks) on like a ring and commence stabbing. I recommend inserting a chewed cigar butt between your thumb and index finger for a more authentic Wolverine feel. Sideburns are totally up to you.

Wolverine cable holder

Posted in Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2009

Wolverine cable holderNormally Wolverine’s claws will shred anything that they come into contact with. Luckily the adamantium skeleton in this Wolverine Mighty Muggs figure isn’t so strong.

This was once a simple Wolverine figure, but some outside of the box thinking has turned Logan into an effective iPod cable manager. Proof that simple toys can sometimes help keep your gadgets tidy on your desk. It’s only $15 and probably has some other uses as well.

Wolverine claws are probably not a great idea

Posted in Weapons by Conner Flynn on November 19th, 2008

Wolverine claws are probably not a great ideaHow much would you pay to be able to slice and dice like Wolverine? $100? $80? How about $40? They may not be made from adamantium, but the three long knives/spikes measure 11 1/2″ long and are made from solid stainless steel. And since these won’t be coming out of your actual arm, you get a nice heavy metal looking wrist strap. Great for disemboweling enemies of all kinds. Just don’t get too carried away. Be like Wolverine, not Freddy Krueger. The so-called “Tomahawk Skull Gauntlet” is $40.

X-men Papercraft figures are fairly awesome, still Uncanny

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on October 28th, 2008

X-men Papercraft figures are fairly awesome, still UncannyThese paper toys are cute and they aren’t afraid to do battle with paper villains. But paper cuts can be deadly to them. You can download them at harlancore for free, print them out and start folding one. After that, just play with them on your desk. There’s Spiderman, Cyclops, Wolverine, Magneto and Professor X. And they are all sticking their tongues out at you. There are more characters available as well, like Storm, Beast etc. Nerd toys don’t get much cuter.


Marvel Comics on your cell phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on May 27th, 2008

Marvel Comics on your cell?The time may be close at hand when you can peruse Marvel comics on your cell phone. The comics industry had to embrace it someday, sales being what they are. I’m just wondering how they are going to deal with such a small screen. They may just offer snippets that give you the whole story, or let you view a frame at a time. But are comics any good viewed in that way?

I mean, is that kind of severe eye strain worth finding out whether Spiderman beat his latest foe? Or if Wolverine finally bagged Jean Grey? A better bet might be to subscribe to Marvel’s online service that costs between $5 to $10 monthly. Still, anything that brings geeks together with comics is a good thing.