Japan’s toy giant Medicom has once again produced wonders with their Kubrick Toy collection. This time they have produced a series of Master Chief Kubricks for Halo 3. Each character is produced with fine details and comes in 4 colors; blue, red, green, and transparent. These are now available for pre-order at Comics Infinity.
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It is relatively easy to consider Monopoly as one the most iconic board game ever, however now fans of the board game as well as Transformers can rejoice as Optimus Prime, Megatron, Bumblebee, Soundwave, Jazz, and Starscream will now round the board as opposed to the classic boot and thimble. As well the games rules have received a bit of variation to conform with the theme of Transformers, you now have the ability to battle for extra money.
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Here’s a look at an upcoming Animazing pack from Nike. The pack contains 7 different Dunk Lows that will become available only through Nike’s Members Only Store. If you’re a fan of clean colorways then these will definitely have some appeal to you. Three of the shoes within the pack are also inspired off of Asian icons such as dragons and the rising sun. It’s worth noting for that interested, membership to the Members Only Store is free of charge.
3sixteen’s latest venture via the way of a new multimedia project recently released called NHTVSN. NHTVSN will represent not only as a method to bring light to the individuals and groups that are breaking waves in their industry, but as well provide a fun and easy way to educate the masses about this culture. Another avenue amongst this project is a tee-shirt line that will be available at boutiques such as Greyone, Drooghi, 5 & A Dime, 12Stadium, and DigitalGravel.com.
The first episode of NHTVSN was an interview with Eddie Hahm who is the man behind Fast Eddie’s Garage and apparel brand, Commune. In less then 12 minutes you are introduced to the current “Rice Rod” movement intertwined with a bit of Japanese flavor. This involves the customization of cars with not only a new school aesthetic but also incorporating various components and styles pre-1960’s. This is only a small abstract of the episode. The episode can be viewed here
Edmonton retailer Haven has recently unveiled more items from Futura Labs’ Spring/Summer 2007 line up. A few different tee-shirts are featured such as the Futura signature box logo tee, as well as the Da Vinci Pointman tee and the Atom Ring (Helix) tee in green long sleeve and white short sleeve. There’s also an Oxford button up shirt featuring the Pointman on the rear.