Star Trek Tribble Replica Wriggles and Coos, Won't Over-Run Your Home

A six-inch furry toy that vibrates and makes the genuine cooing sounds of the Tribbles from Star Trek... probably something to not buy if you've got predatory cats around the place. You never know though, since these electronic replicas have a "Klingon mode" where they get truly battle-agitated, and that might put the… » 11/07/08 6:12am 11/07/08 6:12am

Airwolf Helicopter Replica Doesn't Come With Jan-Michael Vincent

Do you still mourn the day the networks took Airwolf off the air for good? Does the thought of flying through the cool mountain skies of the California wilderness, your trusty Bluetick Coonhound Tet at you side, excite you to no end? Me neither (city slicker, present), but that doesn't mean this Airwolf helicopter… » 5/17/08 10:30am 5/17/08 10:30am

Star Trek Medical Tricorder Goes Beep, Won't Diagnose Alien Disease

This replica medical tricorder from Star Trek TOS is hugely detailed and looks pretty much like the "real" thing. It even comes with the removable scanner thingy. Plus it's got light and sound effects built-in, so you won't have to hold it over alien flu victims and whisper "widdlyweep... widdlyweep..." Mind you, I'm… » 4/23/08 10:25am 4/23/08 10:25am

Star Trek Mark IX Science Tricorder Replica Can't Tell Chroniton from…

Forget the iPhone, real gadgetphiles carry a tricorder. You never know when some damsel in distress is going to need a lighting quick ruling on whether her Miata is made of Duranium or Tritanium. This life-altering, limited-edition diagnostic tool, complete with authentic sounds from the Voyager and DS9 series, can be… » 3/29/08 7:30pm 3/29/08 7:30pm

Desktop Bat-Signal For Cubicle Crime Fighters

With this limited edition Justice League of America bat-signal prop replica you can summon the caped crusader from the comfort of your desk. According to the product page, this 12-inch tall "metal-encased device projects a light-up Bat-Signal an impressive 16 feet." Whoa—16 feet you say? For $309.99 this dammed thing… » 3/21/08 7:00pm 3/21/08 7:00pm