Category: toys

Marvel Motion Comics coming to an iPod touch near you

Marvel announced plans to bring its new Motion Comics to iTunes at this year’s New York Comic Con.

Remaining true to the heritage of panel-by-panel graphic storytelling, boasting groundbreaking graphics, sensational soundscapes and, of course, the explosiveness of the Mighty Marvel Universe, here comes the all-new, all-awesome Marvel Motion!

But really, what is a Motion Comic? According …

Wiiview: Enjoy an endless winter with Shaun White Snowboarding

Call up your fav bro-brahs and stock up on some Code Red Mountain Dew cause you’ve got some serious riding to do!

Uh…just kidding. But seriously, Shaun White Snowboarding for Wii is actually really fun. As usual with Wii games don’t expect much by way of the graphics, but in terms of playability, novelty, and …

USB hubs from a galaxy far, far away….


While searching for a possible new USB hub, I stumbled across these novelties from ThinkGeek:Darth Vader USB Hub | R2-D2 USB Hub.

As a lifelong fan of Star Wars (and clearly a geek myself; have you read Boilr before?) I couldn’t help myself from posting these hubs, even though they each respectively cost more than a …

Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head make Super Bowl XLIII appearance

Fast track to (Rubik’s) tenure

In times like these, people are looking to give holiday gifts that keep on giving (and don’t break the bank).  For under $10, the Rubik’s Professor Cube should frustrate preoccupy just about anyone (who doesn’t belong to MENSA) for quite some time.

Just what the Doctor ordered

Dr. Mario offers free, prescription-strength procrastination

For the Sith who has everything

Having trouble figuring out what to buy that special boy man Sith in your life? For just a few Galactic Credits (or $269.99 USD), you can put a smirk on his face with the galaxy’s ultimate battle station – the Lego Star Wars Death Star II!

Not so scrabulous any more is reporting (via Fortune) that Hasbro, manufacturer of the classic board game Scrabble, is taking action against one of Facebook’s most popular and successful add-on applications, Scrabulous.

I might only be halfway through law school (and therefore none of what I say should be taken as actual legal advice), but I knew this day would …