Robot Steel Alien Originally uploaded by JohnFreeman. This was just one of several stunning steel sculptures created by the folk at RobotSteel.com on view at The Gadget Show at the … Continue Reading Robot Steel Alien
Card and wrapping paper company Gemma International are to launch a range of greeting cards inspired by top ITV show Primeval in January. LicnesingBiz reports the collection will consist of … Continue Reading Primeval Greetings!
… probably one the dreaded Copyright Police will be jumping on, but what the heck: more madcap pop culture designs can be found on RedBubble. They include a Star Wars … Continue Reading Stormtrooper on a Spacehopper
If you’re looking for something a little bit special for the British comic fan in your life this Christmas, how about one of these limited edition Beano & Dandy figurines … Continue Reading Billy the Cat Collectable
The range of Beano merchandising in this its 70th year continues to expand. While many of the items are aimed at the younger fans there are things of interest for … Continue Reading Tube Surfing: Beano Merchandising
Transformers — a robot toy range that has spawned several successful comics across the globe down the years and will see the launch of a new UK comic title from … Continue Reading Exclusive Hand Made Transformers Figures Up-For-Grabs!
In 1978, Forbidden Planet opened its first store in London’s Denmark Street (better known to some as “Tin Pan Alley”) and has been at the forefront of all things science … Continue Reading Forbidden Planet Polls its Punters
With the new Virgin version of Dan Dare drawing to a close with issue 7 of the limited series, Virgin have jumped onto the merchandise bandwagon with an item about … Continue Reading 21st Century Dare Merchandising
In our recent review of the Dan Dare and The Birth Of Hi-Tech Britain exhibition at London’s Science Museum, Jeremy Briggs mentioned the Dan Dare/Mekon t-shirts and how they weren’t … Continue Reading Dare, Mekon T-Shirts On Sale Online
2008 is the fiftieth anniversay of both Hammer’s classic Dracula movie and the Carry On films (although in the case of the latter you’d be forgiven for not knowing that … Continue Reading New Hammer and Carry On stamps from Royal Mail