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Sith Series Laser

Find the Spyder III blue diode laser to be just a little too wimpy for your needs? Say hello to Wicked's new Sith Series Laser ($600). Using a Spyder interconnector, this double-handed laser sports dual 1W Spyder 3 lasers, which can be used separately or in the Darth Maul-style configuration, ready to decimate eyes, skin, paper, and anything else unfortunate to be in the path of its mighty beams. Seriously though — don't screw around with this thing unless you have a few spare retinas and a legal team at your disposal.

  • Oakley 3D Gascan Eyewear

    Find yourself in watching 3D movies at the theater way more than you care to admit? Might as well spring for some Oakley 3D Gascan Eyewear ($120). Billed as "the world's first optically corecct 3D glasses," these semi-shades use Oakley's proprietary HDO-3D technology to virtually eliminate crosstalk and distortion, and offer compatibility with RealD, which is most likely what they're using at your local theater. Oh, and they'll also keep you from looking like a complete dork while you're busy stuffing your face with popcorn and jujubes.

  • Medieval Crossbow

    Whether you're gearing up for a dark ages reenactment battle, have a penchant for old weapons, or are simply looking for that last little something to complete your basement torture chamber, the Medieval Crossbow ($200) should do the trick. This completely handmade device sports an oak body, a steel arch, and 35 pounds of tension, or more than enough to overcome your foe's cheaply-made chainmail armour.