Lucasfilm is selling amazingly detailed prop replicas made by the talented folks at PropShop (who worked on the film).Read More
The All Terrain Scout Transport, or AT-ST, is the two-legged patrol vehicle used by the Imperial Army in Star Wars. Here's one stationed next to a playground on the planet Earth.Read More
Only a few people in the whole universe can play that -- and they're not very good at it.
Ever wanted to tell your one-eyed girlfriend how much you love her, but without all those annoying words that get tangled up in your dumb 20th century brain? The holophonor would be able to help you with that -- you know, if it were real. One lucky client of Volpin Props is going to get pretty close, though, with this amazing replica of the Futurama prop.Read More
This is like a thousand times cooler than your Roomba.
Replicas aren't cool. You know what's cool?
A billion replicas. Working replicas. That's why we love this Wall-E robot. It looks spot on, but it's also a functioning robot. It doesn't compress trash, but it does move on its treads. It also plays sounds and music from the film, and even makes us feel feelings just like the real Wall-E.
Replicas of video game weapons are fun, but you can only get so much enjoyment out of waving a toy laser around and shouting, "Pew! Pew!" Sometimes you want to step your game up, and that's exactly what Patrick Priebe has done. There are a lot of videos on YouTube that show Dead Space Plasma Cutter replicas, but Priebe's actually fires lasers -- and it burns stuff.Read More
If pictures of your ultrasound and the resulting child weren't enough of a memory of being pregnant with said child, you can now get a 3D printout of your fetus to help commemorate all the promise your unborn child held before it was born and started listening to that music you hate.Read More
As part of the QMx Artisan Master Series, Doctor Who prop maker extraordinaire Nick Robatto has made an offered up a replica of the 11th Doctor's sonic screwdriver -- you know, the green one. Robatto has been the prop maker for the show since the reboot in 2005, back when the Doctor was a cool guy wearing a leather jacket saving blonde girls from mannequins. Each sonic screwdriver takes around two weeks to make, and contains 148 aluminum, brass, copper, leather, and resin components. And yes, it extends and lights up just like the one in the show, but how much, you ask?Read More