Posts Tagged 'marvel'

Avengers USB Flash Drives: Hulk Don’t Smash My Data!

Love the Avengers? Then you’ll love these officially licensed Avengers USB flash drives, from InfoThink. Instead of portraying the actual Avengers, the USB drives are in the form of a symbolic part of your favorite Marvel hero.

avengers usb flash drive infothink

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The Avengers, Winnie the Pooh-Style

Did you ever think that the Avengers would visit the Hundred Acre Wood? Well, illustrator Charles Paul Wilson III did and he redesigned the iconic Marvel characters as if they were about to visit Christopher Robin and Pooh Bear.

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X-Babies: Before They Were X-Men

I don’t remember the exact issue in which the X-Men became babies, but I seem to remember seeing them as such, for a short while at least. Regardless, illustrator Skottie Young had his own vision of the super-powered tots and redesigned some of the classic X-Men as babies.

x men x babies

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Marvel Digital Mercury: Cheap Android Tablet, Still More Expensive than HP TouchPad

HP might have had to have a fire sale to dump their now-discontinued WebOS TouchPad tablets, but Marvel Digital’s Mercury Pad Tablet is running Android, so you’ll be safe with it. As tablets go, the Mercury has solid specs, but is still more expensive that the discount-priced $99 TouchPad (if you can still find one).

marvel digital mercury tablet pad android

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Marvel Digital Smart TV Enabler Makes Dumb TVs Slightly More Intelligent

While the idea of a set-top box is nothing new, this box will allow you to stream digital content and to smarten your ‘dumb’ HDTV thanks to Android. It’s something useful if your TV isn’t ‘smart’ yet, and doesn’t yet allow you to access your home network to stream files.

marvel smart tv enabler hdtv android box set top

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Captain America Disc Launching Shield: Pretend You’re the First Avenger

Just like many people, I saw Captain America recently. While it doesn’t compare to The Dark Knight, it was still fun to watch the Captain beat up some Nazis. If you enjoyed watching Steve Rogers grow from 98 lb. weakling to patriotic superhero, you might want to check out this Captain America-inspired shield, that will help you take care of your own enemies.

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The Stealth Iron Man Bust: Tony Stark Never Looked so… Blue

If you love Iron Man, then you might want to check out this limited edition  Stealth Iron Man Half Scale Bust. It looks pretty intimidating, and it’s of a 1:2 scale, so you get him in all of his glory. The stealth armor is based upon art from Iron Man #152, which makes it quite distinctive.

stealth iron man tony stark marvel bust statue

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Toy Modder Gives Iron Man a Steampunk Make-Over

While the steampunk Iron Man costume might not have been easy to reproduce, that didn’t stop toy modder Jonathan Kuriscak from putting together this cool-looking steampunk tribute to Iron Man – in miniature form. It’s pretty detailed and Kuriscak is selling it on eBay right now.

iron man kuriscak steampunk toy mod tony stark

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Original Iron Man Comic Is Almost 50 Years Old But Tony Stark Still Looks the Same

It’s funny how comic book characters rarely age. I’ve never been an ultimate Iron Man fan – Spider-Man always did it for me. It looks like Marvel is reprinting Tales of Suspense #39 from 1963 to celebrate the release of Iron Man 2 and the new Diesel fragrance, Only the Brave.

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Punisher Warzone

The new Punisher movie takes its name from the Punisher Warzone comic series. I wasn’t expecting much. The Punisher is a character that needs an R-rated movie. It can’t be done PG. On that point, this movie delivers. It’s not for the faint of heart. There is a lot of violence, Julie Benz looks delish as a brunette and Ray Stevenson plays a good Punisher.

That’s what surprised me most. It was an OK movie. I was expecting a terrible movie. It was entertaining. There were parts that were pretty funny. Things go awry when the Punisher shoots and kills an undercover FBI agent. The movie is filled with Brits, which isn’t a bad thing.


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