Mr. T- or Mr Tea as i like to call him- is now available on a Tea For One! This clever construction includes a small teapot that rests within a tea cup. I pity the fool that doesn’t like Tea!
Mario Match consists of 9 pieces of art that you can rearrange to your liking. Each print is on archival quality canvas, measures 10″ x 8″ (25.4cm x 20.3cm) and is stretched onto a sturdy wood frame. Comes ready to hang.
You whip out your trusty switchblade and all eyes turn to see how dangerous you are. You push the button and the comb bears its teeth and everyone knows you are not just cool, but you have a sense of humor.
The neighborhood has gotten dangerous over the years. Bullies everywhere and I heard they found a possum with rabies on Maple Ave. Maybe its time to carry some protection. Maybe it is time to pack some potato power!
This circa 1960s cookie jar will make you the envy of all your Disney friends. They will wonder, “where did they get that cookie jar?” You will say, “Oh it is retro, very hard to get now.”
Make some peanut butter with your very own Mr. Peanut Peanut Butter Maker. You just put in the peanuts and crank the handle and you have a delicious and tasty treat.
Constructed of nylon with a polyester lining, this coat is an athletic cut, and features no zipper. The ceremonial medal that Luke was rewarded is included with this jacket. All detail to this jacket and medal are identical replica of that found in Lucasfilm Archives.
What is classier than John Hughes movies printed on marble? Absolutely nothing, that’s what. So why not order a half dozen and put your drinks on them. Protect that coffee table!
Use this slim volume to begin your mastery of Ms. Pac-Man. Remember she is more than just Pac-man with a bow.
Why drink your Icee cups out of plain non-Star Trek TNG cups when you could be drinking them out of Star Trek TNG Icee Cups from 1987? It is only logical.
Show your fandom for Metroid and old school gaming in a super classy way with your very own stained glass window. Sure some people have gaming rooms, but this window will turn your mere “room” into a cathedral dedicated to the art of retro gaming.
I think calendars are recyclable about every 28 years. So while this 1938 Disney calendar might just seem pretty. It is also useful a couple of times each century.