It might not be an official kit like the Ghostbusters Ecto-1, but that doesn't make The Blues Brothers Bluesmobile Lego Kit any less cool. Built by Ichiban using 100% authentic, brand-new Lego parts, this custom kit includes 295 pieces, a professionally-designed instruction booklet, a collector-quality box. As for the car, it features a full interior with front and rear seating, an adjustable steering wheel, cop tires with separate shock absorbers, and, of course, the giant speaker to attach to the roof of the car.
It was never the most impressive looking of the Star Wars vehicles — in fact, it looked a little junky — but it was always packed to the gills with interesting stuff. Now you can recreate it at home with this Lego Star Wars Sandcrawler set. Built from an impressive 3,296 pieces, it stands over 9 inches tall and 18 inches long, and features eight steerable tracks, a lowering ramp, opening side flaps, a speeder bike, a detailed interior, seven minifigures — including Luke, Uncle Owen, C-3PO, and some Jawas — and five droids, including R2-D2.
Most fans of writer/director/producer/creative badass J.J. Abrams know about his mystery box — if you don't, go watch this — and now you can bring a little bit of that mystery home with the J.J. Abrams x Theory11 Mystery Box. A collaborative effort from Abrams and magic makers Theory11, this unique offering consists of a handcrafted lockbox made from 100-year-old reclaimed wood, iron-branded with a question mark and arriving with an alphanumeric lock. But unlike J.J.'s box, you'll know what's inside — 12 decks of playing cards wrapped in letterpressed kraft paper and a letterpressed note from Abrams himself.