In time for the Star Trek franchise’s 50th anniversary, The Wand Company has released a fully-functional, Bluetooth-enabled replica of the iconic Communicator.
Provided that you’re armed with a soldering iron, the Retro Arcade Kit from Haynes allows you to build your own hand-held version of Pong.
Fans of the entertainment franchise My Little Pony can shine some light into their surroundings with a set of 3D lights courtesy of Canadian night light company, 3DLightFX.
ThinkGeek has released a Squishy 7 Piece Polyhedral Dice Set that brings the creativity and comradery of D&D to kids age 3 and up.
As an homage to the iconic video game Super Mario Brothers, Nintendo has created a limited-edition set of retro playing cards.
Chess enthusiasts looking to break out an ad-hoc game or two have a potential new option, Preset Chess.
This credit-card sized retro gaming system draws its design inspiration from Nintendo’s Game Boy.
As their name implies, Nanoblocks fill a micro-sized building brick gap in the LEGO universe.
Yoga Joes are Little Green Army Men with a Zen twist!
Before the advent of specialty shops, building a comic book collection usually involved a trip to the corner store to check out the latest issues, which were often nestled in a “Hey!! Kids Comics” spinner rack. The Miniature Comics Tile Collection is a nod to this nostalgic memory.
Firebox’s new LED lamp series combines dinosaurs, plastic, and origami into prehistoric panache.
Diamond Select Toys has paid homage to the classic 1966 Batman TV series with the release of a new vinyl Batmobile bank.
Move over Sea-Monkeys! California-based BioPop has developed a unique spin on a water-based ecosystem, the Dino Sphere.
The Lampster is part superhero-themed sculpture and part retro desk lamp.
Notebooks meet toy building bricks in The Moleskine LEGO Limited Edition collection – a mashup of two iconic brands.
Artori Design has paid homage to super-heroines with the release of their Supergal Bookend.
Home furnishings retailer Restoration Hardware has released Four Up, an upscale version of the popular “four-in-a-row” checkers game Connect Four.
New York City-based Spacelab9 has released a four LP box set of music and sound effects that spans Doctor Who’s 50-year history.