‘Doctor Who’ is infamous for sexy ladies (ESPECIALLY AMY POND!) that the Doc keeps around as “companions”. So I figure this would be the best ring for the Doctor to give to his lovely ladies. Don’t ya think? Fashioned to look like the TARDIS police box, Etsy  jeweler CsCharms of Montreal, Canada has these awesome rings available for sale. Made of tibetan silver (similar to pewter), the charm measures at one inch tall and features an adjustable ring band. Considering the quality of the ring, it’s a steal at less than $10USD. For those of you that don’t really like rings (unless its a Green Lantern power ring), CsCharms will have more jewelery available in the near future such as necklaces, cuff links, brooches, and earrings of the same TARDIS charm. I would buy ten of these rings for each of Karen Gillen’s (Amy Pond) lovely fingers. Did that just come off a bit creepy? sigh.

Where to buy: CcCharms Etsy shop



This is so awesome. Apparel designer/illustrator, Atomic Child (based in Denver, Colorado) newest creation “Teen Wook” is getting the spotlight over at TeeFury. A cool mash-up of ‘Teen Wolf’ and Chewbacca from ‘Star Wars’.

Tired of being relegated to the role of sidekicks, Wookie-kind took their talents to the NBA where their height and team spirit allowed them to earn million-dollar contracts and throngs of adoring fans.

It is pretty obvious that a Wookiee like Chewie would be extraordinary in the NBA. He is big enough to play center and would be amazing on defense. Especially if stacked up against guys like Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic. The problem I see would be the fact that Chewie would probably get ejected from every game for ripping off a ref’s arms and beating him with it for a ball call. Also, no matter what you say, Chewbacca would be a Los Angeles Laker. Trust me on that.

As usual, the ‘Teen Wook’ tee will only be on sale for 24 hours today (March 17, 2011)

Where to buy: TeeFury

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This is a t-shirt I can really get behind. For fans of ‘Battlestar Galactica’ and sports, BustedTees has a pretty awesome tee of Caprica based pyramid team, “The Caprica City Buccaneers”. I can really imagine Samuel Anders sporting one of these t-shirts before the game. I really enjoy t-shirts like these a lot because it really takes a diehard BSG fan to know what the t-shirt is about… or at least someone that paid attention to all the details in the series anyways.

You can pick up on at BustedTees’ online store for $16.99! Hit the jump to take a closer look at the design.

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Show people that you are with the Empire and you shouldn’t be messed it. Rock Rebel is a well-known designer and manufacturer of accessories such as wallets, key chains, yadda yadda yadda. Well, I guess they are into the licensed character goods market with the release of Rock Rebel ‘Star Wars’ goods. One of the best items from the line has to be the metal belt buckles. Available in both colored enamel and straight chrome, you can rock out a Sith Lord or Stormtrooper on your waist. Some of the designs available are Darth Maul, Boba Fett, Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, R2-D2, and the Empire insignia. Oh yeah… they also have the Rebel insignia as well (but why would you want the mark of a Rebel scum?). Each of these belt buckles are licensed and approved direct from LucasArts. These buckles will set you back around $25, but just watch the ladies (or guys) flock to you when you roll into a convention with the Imperial symbol on your belt.

Hit the jump to check out more from Rock Rebel’s Star Wars buckle collection

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The Ladybug Merc with a Mouth…

HA! This is pretty funny considering how simple the design and concept is. I guess sometimes less is more. Titled, “Ladypool”, graphic designer Daniel Sotomayor aka D4N13L (@D4N150T0) did a clever job of putting together this pretty funny design of Deadpool’s signature mask on a lady bug’s back. You can pick up this tee right now at redbubble for 24 bucks! Too bad the ladybug is not packin’ a machine gun in it’s little hands… (Nevermind, what do I know?…)


There is nothing like an authoritarian government and law-enforcement organization to make you get clean. Geek soap-maker, Kylee Lane (@kyleelane) of Luxury Lane Soap (who was genius behind the “Han Solo in Carbonite” soap bar) recently revealed her newest creation, the ‘Firefly’ Alliance Soap.  Finally, a soap perfect for ‘Firefly’, Nathan Fillion, and Joss Whedon fans! Weighing in at around six ounces each, these soap bars are handmade and made of eco and animal safe ingredients. Described as having a fresh strawberry scent, these soap bars only cost $7.95 each. A small price to pay for any die-hard “Browncoat”. I can image fan girls freakin’ out just thinking about Mal lathering himself up with this soap. Pervs… Along with the soap reveal, Kylee was also gracious enough to share with her fans a “behind the scenes” look into how the Alliance soap was made on the Luxury Lane Soap official blog. Now stop reading and go buy one (or ten…)!

Where to buy: Luxury Lane Soap


Awww… man… What is this nonsense? I always thought there was a friendly, but violent rivalry between ‘Star Wars’ fans and Trekkies. Now, instead of the back and forth rude comments and threats, we are merging shit together? This seems so wrong. Graphic artist, Brinkerhoff (real name unknown), put together a mash-up of fan favorite ships, The Millennium Falcon from Star Wars and the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 (I think…) from ‘Star Trek’ titled, “Millenterprise Falcon”.

Two universes collide and the galaxy will never be the same as the Millenterprise Falcon speeds through the Kessel Run, avoiding Romulan entanglements, Imperial Star Destroyers, and the Borg.

As much as I think this design is cool and creative, I’m just sad that they ruined something that is as beautiful as the Millennium Falcon with something so… Trek. Don’t get mad at me for bashing on the Trek. You knew what you were getting into when you came to this site. STAR WAARRRRRSSSSSS!!!!

You can get Brinkerhoff’s “Millenterprise Falcon” shirt at RedBubble.

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