Archive for the Geekery Category

Geek-O-Lanterns

Posted in Battlestar galactica, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Doctor who, Games, Geek Films, Geekery, Joss Whedon/Whedonverse, Stargate, The X-Files with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 31, 2010 by Geek Tv

This is Halloween, this is halloween pumpkins scream in the dead of night!

Well, my country doesn’t celebrate Halloween so this is just another boring Sunday around here which has fraked up my bio-clock due to daylight saving time change -.- Anyway, this is a good opportunity to admire the hardwork that went into these Jack-o-lanterns. Enjoy!

PS- If any of you has carved a nice sci-fi pumpkin leave a comment and I’ll feature you too!

And the award of the geekiest pumpkins out there goes to these two guys:

Battlestar Galactica: The Exhibition

Posted in Battlestar galactica, Geekery with tags , on October 23, 2010 by Geek Tv

Battlestar Galactica: The Exhibition World Premiere Weekend: Oct. 22-24, 2010 at Seattle�s EMP|SFM
New traveling exhibition to feature three full-size spaceships, costumes and props from the original and reimagined series

SEATTLE—Experience Music Project|Science Fiction Museum (EMP|SFM) is proud to announce its latest exhibition, Battlestar Galactica: The Exhibition. Organized by EMP|SFM and in partnership with Universal Cable Productions and Syfy, Battlestar Galactica features three stunning, full-size prop spaceships, iconic costumes, new exhibition films, music and other props from the original and reimagined series. Battlestar Galactica opens to the public Oct. 23, 2010 and runs through March 4, 2012 at EMP|SFM in Seattle.

“The museum is honored to be organizing the first exhibition devoted to both series,” said Brooks Peck, Curator of Battlestar Galactica: The Exhibition. “Battlestar Galactica is one of those rare science fiction shows that appeals to a wide range of people because it combines high adventure with very personal drama. It explores what it means to be human, and has a lot of fun doing so.”

Opening weekend (Oct. 22-24, 2010) will include museum member and public events with some of Battlestar Galactica’s most popularpersonalities.

“Over its four season run on Syfy, Battlestar Galactica became an iconic series that not only entertained, but fulfilled the promise of all great science fiction. It provoked us into examining our world and ourselves through its politically-charged, socially-relevant, religious and technological themes,” said Mark Stern, Executive Vice President, Original Programming, Syfy, and Co-head, Original Content, Universal Cable Productions. “It is an honor for us to partner with EMP|SFM in this one-of-a-kind opportunity to experience BSG in an up-close and personal way.”

The exhibition will be presented in the Milestones Gallery on EMP’s third level. Battlestar Galactica will become a traveling exhibition in 2012 after its premiere at EMP|SFM.

About Battlestar Galactica: The Exhibition:

Battlestar Galactica is an epic drama of interstellar proportions. The last vestiges of humanity flee a cybernetic Cylon horde, traversing the stars in search of the fabled promised land of Earth. The setting of Battlestar Galactica may be rife with spaceships and inhuman adversaries, but ultimately the show is a complex narrative about how we attempt to retain our humanity under desperate circumstances. The series acts as a science-fictional lens through which to examine difficult questions that we may encounter in our own lives.

Exhibition sections:

Creation of Battlestar Galactica

Explores the genesis of the two versions of the show (1978 and 2003) and introduces the story and central conflicts.

The Search
Focuses on one of the central elements of the shows, the human quest to find the lost colony of Earth. The Search is also a spiritual one, as the humans seek meaning in a dangerous galaxy and grapple with issues of religion, fate and freedom.

The Ships
Three life-size spacecraft from the later series—two human and one Cylon— are the exhibition show stoppers. Concept art, storyboards, props and films complement the ships.

Humans and Cylons
This section presents the major characters from the shows including: Commander Adama, Starbuck, Boomer, Number Six and the Imperious Leader. Costumes are featured, along with props and concept art.

Exhibition specifics:

  • Three full-size (30-feet long) prop spaceships:
    • Viper Mark 2
    • Viper Mark 7
    • Cylon Raider
  • Series props featuring:
    • 15 costumes
    • Dozens of props, concept sketches and storyboards
  • Exhibition films
  • Interactives:
    • Music interactives
    • Human/Cylon identity interactive
Downloadable ship sketches available at: www.empsfm.org/press/bsg

ABOUT EMP|SFM
Experience Music Project|Science Fiction Museum (EMP|SFM) is dedicated to the exploration of creativity and innovation in popular music and the thought-provoking ideas and experiences of science fiction.

ABOUT THE EMP|SFM BUILDING
Since EMP opened in 2000 and SFM in 2004, EMP|SFM has welcomed more than 5 million visitors through its doors. From its museum planning stages in 1998 through 2009, EMP|SFM has been a key economic driver among Seattle nonprofit arts and culture organizations, with combined EMP|SFM institutional expenditures and EMP|SFM audience-member spending resulting in $651 million dollars of local economic impact. EMP|SFM is housed in a 140,000 square foot Frank O. Gehry-designed building. This spectacular, prominently visible structure has the presence of a monumental sculpture set amid the backdrop of the Seattle Center.

HOURS
Winter hours September 7, 2010-May 26, 2011, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Summer hours May 28-September 6, 2010, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

TICKETS
$15 for adults; $12 for youth (ages 5-17), students, military and seniors; free for members and children under 5

CONTACT INFO
325 5th Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109
206-770-2700, main line
206-770-2702, box office
1-877-EMP-SFM1, toll-free
http://www.empsfm.org

SOCIAL MEDIA
facebook.com/EMPSFM
twitter.com/EMPSFM
youtube.com/empsfm
flickr.com/photos/empsfm/

Cakes that makes you wish you had that cool a cake on your birthday!

Posted in Battlestar galactica, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Doctor who, Geek literature, Geekery, Joss Whedon/Whedonverse, Stargate, Supernatural, True Blood with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 17, 2010 by Geek Tv

1. The Impala from Supernatural

Sam& Dean's badass car. I don't want to eat it, I want to drive it.

2. Lord of the Rings 

One cake to rule them all.
I really love the Boromir Ryan text

3.Battlestar Galactica

Fraking Awesome

4. Hobbit Hole

In a hole in a cake there lived a Hobbit. Then ate the cake for second breakfast

5. Hogwarts

If this person isn't patient then I don't know who is. Accio cake!

6. The TARDIS

I don't know if this will take you through time and space but it would surely score you awesomeness points if you presented it at your party! Unless you invited the school bullies. Which I can't see why you would.

7. Dalek Cake Goodness

RU-MI-NATE

8. Stargate

THIS is the cake I want. Want want want want. OMGWTFBBQ

9. Buffy

This is a fantastic cake to bring to a Twitard party. LMAO. Seriously now this cake is fantastic. I love the crisp details and colours!

10. True Blood

This is an awesome cake to make for the next True Blood Season Premiere party. I suggest you choose Red Velvet cake filling!

Geeky Wedding Cakes that makes you wish you could get married again. Or soon :P

Posted in Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Doctor who, Geekery, Joss Whedon/Whedonverse with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 17, 2010 by Geek Tv

I have been planning to write this post since forever. I’ve been attacked with morning sickness, general headcolds, extreme frustration towards my job and several other stuff that could keep me moaning for ages but it is now time to make this (and the following) post come true!

Enjoy!

1. Game Over

I actually had this cake topper on my wedding cake. Lacking the Playstation, giant flat screen and red bull cans of course but I still had them all back home in RL size – minus the Red bull which you can replace by Ice tea cans and Milko bottles. I find it kinda silly that it is a PS3 console with an Xbox game on screen but the dude might as well have the Xbox on the other side of the TV, much like my hubby has hooked a PS3, a Wii and his Desktop PC on our flat screen 😛

You can get one here

2. Zombies

Till death do us apart? I think not. “Till Zombies eat your brains out and I have to kill you with a chainsaw” sounds more like it! Special Kudos to the geeky bride cause it takes guts (lol) to have this as your cake. I hope it’s not filled with brains.

3. Tim Burton

This is my geekgasm cakes.  I actually have Jack& Sally on the Swirly mountain figures and could easily use them as a cake topper but it didn’t even occur to me during planning my wedding. See my dad was pretty bad in his health back then (luckily he’s fine now) and we had to have a rushed wedding just in case. If I did it now it would be all geek/victorian/steampunk themed. ALL TOGETHER!
I really love the Burtonesque feeling of these two cakes. I bet they tasted like awesomeness would.

4. E-QUA-TE!

Dalek Cakes? Seriously? Man this is so twisted and fantastic it makes me wanna bounce ^^

5. Wii-Ntendo

I bet this would be my hubby’s choice of a topper since he’s a Nintendo nerd fanboy. I don’t think I’d look that good as a Mii though.

6.  Leia and Han Solo

I don’t really need to comment on this one. I just need to go Awwwwwww

7. Buffy& Angel

I’m more a Spike/Buffy shipper but this cake is so well made it makes me forget that at times. I really wish Buffy was holding a stake though…

8. Super Mario& Peach

Now that I think about it again THIS would be my hubby’s choice for a cake although I’d probably veto it since I really don’t do blond and pink 😛 The cake is so amazing though. I especially love the piranha plants!

9. Steampunk

This is a steampunk cake and its topper (if I recall corectly) I can really imagine the couple dancing their first dance to “Sleep Isabella” by Abney Park :B

10. Futurama

I love this one although I’d probably use Bender instead of Fry. LOL

11. Alien

LAst but not least is the Alien cake. A sculpting work (in fraking fondant!!) that could shame HR Giger himself. Seriously, the dude (or dudette) who made this cake is highly skilled and right down awesome. I personally LOATHE the “Alien” franchise not for any other reason than that I watched it very young and it gave me plenty of nightmares/made me scream my head off in a full theater *dies of embarassment* I should probably attempt to watch the films again though. I’m not really squeamish…

Scream 2010 Nominees

Posted in Comics, Geek Films, Geekery with tags , , on October 17, 2010 by Geek Tv

Here are the nominees for Scream 2010. WInners will be revealed on Oct. 19th: ( I still don’t understand how Twitlight, Alice in Wonderland Avatar and Iron Man  (to mention a few) got mixed up in this but oh well)

Ultimate Scream
Alice in Wonderland
Avatar
District 9
Inception
Iron Man 2
Kick-Ass
“Lost”
“True Blood”
Twitlight: Eclipse
Zombieland

Best Science Fiction Movie
Avatar
District 9
Inception
Iron Man 2
Predators
The Road

Best Fantasy Movie
Alice in Wonderland
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Kick-Ass
Toy Story 3
Twitlight: Eclipse
Where the Wild Things Are

Best Horror Movie
The Crazies
A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
Paranormal Activity
Shutter Island
Thirst
Zombieland

Best TV Show
“Dexter”
“Doctor Who”
“Lost”
“True Blood”
“V”

Best Director
Neill Blomkamp – District 9
Tim Burton – Alice in Wonderland
James Cameron – Avatar
Roland Emmerich – 2012
Christopher Nolan – Inception
Martin Scorsese – Shutter Island

Best Scream-Play
Neill Blomkamp – District 9
Christopher Nolan – Inception
Matthew Vaughn & Jane Goldman – Kick-Ass
Laeta Kalogridis – Shutter Island
Michael Arndt – Toy Story 3
Paul Wernick & Rhett Reese – Zombieland

Best Fantasy Actress
Cate Blanchett in Robin Hood
Lily Cole in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Chloë Grace Moretz in Kick-Ass
Saoirse Ronan in The Lovely Bones
Kristen Stewart in Twitlight: Eclipse
Mia Wasikowska in Alice in Wonderland

Best Fantasy Actor
Nicolas Cage in Kick-Ass
Johnny Depp in Alice in Wonderland
Tom Hanks in Toy Story 3
Aaron Johnson in Kick-Ass
Taylor Lautner in Twitlight: Eclipse
Robert Pattinson in Twitlight: Eclipse

Best Science Fiction Actress
Scarlott Johansson in Iron Man 2
Mila Kunis in The Book of Eli
Evangeline Lilly in “Lost”
Ellen Page in Inception
Gwyneth Paltrow in Iron Man 2
Zoe Saldana in Avatar

Best Science Fiction Actor
Sharlto Copley in District 9
Leonardo Dicaprio in Inception
Robert Downey Jr. in Iron Man 2
Matthew Fox in “Lost”
Josh Holloway in “Lost”
Denzel Washington in The Book of Eli

Best Horror Actress
Julie Benz in “Dexter”
Emily Blunt in The Wolfman (2010)
Charlotte Gainsbourg in Antichrist
Milla Jovovich in The Fourth Kind
Anna Paquin in “True Blood”
Emma Stone in Zombieland

Best Horror Actor
Leonardo Dicaprio in Shutter Island
Michael C. Hall in “Dexter”
Woody Harrelson in Zombieland
Stephen Moyer in “True Blood”
Timothy Olyphant in The Crazies
Alexander Skarsgård in “True Blood”

Best Villain
Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy Kruegar – A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
Steven Lang as Col. Miles Quaritch – Avatar
Dieter Laser as Dr. Joseph Heiter – The Human Centipede (First Sequence)
John Lithgow as The Trinity Killer – “Dexter”
Terry O’Quinn as John Locke/Smoke Monster – “Lost”
Mickey Rourke as Ivan Vanko – Iron Man 2

Best Superhero
Nicolas Cage as Big Daddy – Kick-Ass
Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man – Iron Man 2
Aaron Johnson as Kick-Ass – Kick-Ass
Chloë Grace Moretz as Hit-Girl – Kick-Ass
Zachary Quinto as Sylar – Heroes
Tom Welling as Clark Kent – Smallville

Best Supporting Actress
Abigail Breslin in Zombieland
Jennifer Carpenter in “Dexter”
Marion Cotillard in Inception
Anne Hathaway in Alice in Wonderland
Yunjin Kim in “Lost”
Sigourney Weaver in Avatar

Best Supporting Actor
Don Cheadle in Iron Man 2
Sir Ben Kingsley in Shutter Island
Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Inception
Christopher Mintz-Plasse in Kick-Ass
Mark Ruffalo in Shutter Island
Sam Trammell in “True Blood”

Breakout Performance – Female
Deborah Ann Woll – “True Blood”
Gemma Arterton – Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Morena Baccarin – “V”
Lyndsy Fonseca – Kick-Ass
Chloë Grace Moretz – Kick-Ass
Mia Wasikowska – Alice in Wonderland

Breakout Performance – Male
Sharlto Copley – District 9
Andrew Garfield – The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Tom Hardy – Inception
Aaron Johnson – Kick-Ass
Xavier Samuel – Twitlight: Eclipse
Kodi Smit-McPhee – The Road

Best Cameo
Clash of the Titans (2010)
Inception
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
Iron Man 2
Zombieland

Best Ensemble
Inception
Iron Man 2
Kick-Ass
“Lost”
“True Blood”
Zombieland

Most Memorable Mutilation
Saw VI #1
Saw VI #2
“True Blood”
Inglourious Basterds
The Human Centipede (First Sequence)
George A. Romero’s Survival of the Dead

Fight Scene of the Year
The Losers
Inception
Kick-Ass
Iron Man 2
Avatar
Clash of the Titans (2010)

Holy Sh*t Scene of the Year
Kick-Ass
2012
Splice
Inception
“True Blood”
Inception

3-D Top Three
Alice in Wonderland
Avatar
Toy Story 3

Best F/X
2012
Avatar
District 9
Inception
Iron Man 2
Zombieland

Best Comic Book or Graphic Novel
Asterios Polyp
Blackest Night
The Boys
Chew
Parker: The Hunter
Scapled
The Walking Dead

Best Comic Book Writer
Jason Aaron
Darwyn Cooke
Garth Ennis
Geoff Johns
Robert Kirkman
Mike Mignola

Best Comic Book Artist
Charlie Adlard – The Walking Dead
Darwyn Cooke – Parker: The Hunter
Fabio Moon – BPRD: 1947, Sugershock
Frank Quitely – Batman and Robin, Batman
Jill Thompson – Beasts of Burden
JH Williams III – Detective Comics, Batwoman: Elegy

Best Comic Book Movie
Iron Man 2
Kick-Ass
The Losers

The Scream Awards is an award show dedicated to the horror, sci-fi, and fantasy genres of feature films. Originally only having Scream Queen and Heroic Performance awards for actors, the personnel awards have expanded to include actors and actresses of all three recognized genres. In addition, comic books awards were also given and have been recently expanded. It is broadcast on Spike TV and has been branded in the past as the Spike TV Scream Awards.

Recently, the show has become labeled simply Scream with the respective year, i.e. Scream 2009. The show was created by executive producers Michael Levitt, Cindy Levitt, and Casey Patterson.

Here are the nominees: ( I still don’t understand how Twitlight, Alice in Wonderland Avatar and Iron Man  (to mention a few) got mixed up in this but oh well)

Ultimate Scream
Alice in Wonderland
Avatar
District 9
Inception
Iron Man 2
Kick-Ass
“Lost”
“True Blood”
Twitlight: Eclipse
Zombieland

Best Science Fiction Movie
Avatar
District 9
Inception
Iron Man 2
Predators
The Road

Best Fantasy Movie
Alice in Wonderland
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Kick-Ass
Toy Story 3
Twitlight: Eclipse
Where the Wild Things Are

Best Horror Movie
The Crazies
A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
Paranormal Activity
Shutter Island
Thirst
Zombieland

Best TV Show
“Dexter”
“Doctor Who”
“Lost”
“True Blood”
“V”

Best Director
Neill Blomkamp – District 9
Tim Burton – Alice in Wonderland
James Cameron – Avatar
Roland Emmerich – 2012
Christopher Nolan – Inception
Martin Scorsese – Shutter Island

Best Scream-Play
Neill Blomkamp – District 9
Christopher Nolan – Inception
Matthew Vaughn & Jane Goldman – Kick-Ass
Laeta Kalogridis – Shutter Island
Michael Arndt – Toy Story 3
Paul Wernick & Rhett Reese – Zombieland

Best Fantasy Actress
Cate Blanchett in Robin Hood
Lily Cole in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Chloë Grace Moretz in Kick-Ass
Saoirse Ronan in The Lovely Bones
Kristen Stewart in Twitlight: Eclipse
Mia Wasikowska in Alice in Wonderland

Best Fantasy Actor
Nicolas Cage in Kick-Ass
Johnny Depp in Alice in Wonderland
Tom Hanks in Toy Story 3
Aaron Johnson in Kick-Ass
Taylor Lautner in Twitlight: Eclipse
Robert Pattinson in Twitlight: Eclipse

Best Science Fiction Actress
Scarlott Johansson in Iron Man 2
Mila Kunis in The Book of Eli
Evangeline Lilly in “Lost”
Ellen Page in Inception
Gwyneth Paltrow in Iron Man 2
Zoe Saldana in Avatar

Best Science Fiction Actor
Sharlto Copley in District 9
Leonardo Dicaprio in Inception
Robert Downey Jr. in Iron Man 2
Matthew Fox in “Lost”
Josh Holloway in “Lost”
Denzel Washington in The Book of Eli

Best Horror Actress
Julie Benz in “Dexter”
Emily Blunt in The Wolfman (2010)
Charlotte Gainsbourg in Antichrist
Milla Jovovich in The Fourth Kind
Anna Paquin in “True Blood”
Emma Stone in Zombieland

Best Horror Actor
Leonardo Dicaprio in Shutter Island
Michael C. Hall in “Dexter”
Woody Harrelson in Zombieland
Stephen Moyer in “True Blood”
Timothy Olyphant in The Crazies
Alexander Skarsgård in “True Blood”

Best Villain
Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy Kruegar – A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
Steven Lang as Col. Miles Quaritch – Avatar
Dieter Laser as Dr. Joseph Heiter – The Human Centipede (First Sequence)
John Lithgow as The Trinity Killer – “Dexter”
Terry O’Quinn as John Locke/Smoke Monster – “Lost”
Mickey Rourke as Ivan Vanko – Iron Man 2

Best Superhero
Nicolas Cage as Big Daddy – Kick-Ass
Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man – Iron Man 2
Aaron Johnson as Kick-Ass – Kick-Ass
Chloë Grace Moretz as Hit-Girl – Kick-Ass
Zachary Quinto as Sylar – Heroes
Tom Welling as Clark Kent – Smallville

Best Supporting Actress
Abigail Breslin in Zombieland
Jennifer Carpenter in “Dexter”
Marion Cotillard in Inception
Anne Hathaway in Alice in Wonderland
Yunjin Kim in “Lost”
Sigourney Weaver in Avatar

Best Supporting Actor
Don Cheadle in Iron Man 2
Sir Ben Kingsley in Shutter Island
Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Inception
Christopher Mintz-Plasse in Kick-Ass
Mark Ruffalo in Shutter Island
Sam Trammell in “True Blood”

Breakout Performance – Female
Deborah Ann Woll – “True Blood”
Gemma Arterton – Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Morena Baccarin – “V”
Lyndsy Fonseca – Kick-Ass
Chloë Grace Moretz – Kick-Ass
Mia Wasikowska – Alice in Wonderland

Breakout Performance – Male
Sharlto Copley – District 9
Andrew Garfield – The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Tom Hardy – Inception
Aaron Johnson – Kick-Ass
Xavier Samuel – Twitlight: Eclipse
Kodi Smit-McPhee – The Road

Best Cameo
Clash of the Titans (2010)
Inception
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
Iron Man 2
Zombieland

Best Ensemble
Inception
Iron Man 2
Kick-Ass
“Lost”
“True Blood”
Zombieland

Most Memorable Mutilation
Saw VI #1
Saw VI #2
“True Blood”
Inglourious Basterds
The Human Centipede (First Sequence)
George A. Romero’s Survival of the Dead

Fight Scene of the Year
The Losers
Inception
Kick-Ass
Iron Man 2
Avatar
Clash of the Titans (2010)

Holy Sh*t Scene of the Year
Kick-Ass
2012
Splice
Inception
“True Blood”
Inception

3-D Top Three
Alice in Wonderland
Avatar
Toy Story 3

Best F/X
2012
Avatar
District 9
Inception
Iron Man 2
Zombieland

Best Comic Book or Graphic Novel
Asterios Polyp
Blackest Night
The Boys
Chew
Parker: The Hunter
Scapled
The Walking Dead

Best Comic Book Writer
Jason Aaron
Darwyn Cooke
Garth Ennis
Geoff Johns
Robert Kirkman
Mike Mignola

Best Comic Book Artist
Charlie Adlard – The Walking Dead
Darwyn Cooke – Parker: The Hunter
Fabio Moon – BPRD: 1947, Sugershock
Frank Quitely – Batman and Robin, Batman
Jill Thompson – Beasts of Burden
JH Williams III – Detective Comics, Batwoman: Elegy

Best Comic Book Movie
Iron Man 2
Kick-Ass
The Losers

The Scream Awards is an award show dedicated to the horror, sci-fi, and fantasy genres of feature films. Originally only having Scream Queen and Heroic Performance awards for actors, the personnel awards have expanded to include actors and actresses of all three recognized genres. In addition, comic books awards were also given and have been recently expanded. It is broadcast on Spike TV and has been branded in the past as the Spike TV Scream Awards.

Recently, the show has become labeled simply Scream with the respective year, i.e. Scream 2009. The show was created by executive producers Michael Levitt, Cindy Levitt, and Casey Patterson.

LEGO-fied Dr. WHo

Posted in Doctor who, Geekery with tags , , , , , , , on September 11, 2010 by Geek Tv

Link courtesy by Icicle

Artist

Battlestar Galactica Merchandise

Posted in Battlestar galactica, Geekery, Merchandise/Gadgets with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 17, 2010 by Geek Tv

It’s true that the beginning of the week really belong to True Blood but to be honest I have been kind of hooked on BSG again and had 2 marathons in the past few days. So instead of the promised screenshots (put the blame on the misplaced flash drive of mine :P) of TB here is a list of BSG merchandise!

Insignia Pins

Are you lucky enough that conventions happen near where you live? Do you like cosplaying anyway? Do you like hoarding geeky stuff? Well these babies are just for you then! Battlestar Galactica Insignia pins. I want them all 😮

BSG sticker

This is a fantastic sticker. I want one for my laptop. Oh wait, at that price and shipping I’ll just order it O_O 😀

Officers pin

I was planning on buying a messenger bag so I was looking up for pins and patches. This is a very nice one with an affordable price 😀 Wee!

Number Six Costume

Yeah. If I looked as hot as Tricia Helfer I’d also wear such dresses. Here’s to you skinny ones 😛 (I’m more of a Cally package :P)

Personalized Artisan Dog Tags

I’ve never been a fan of dogtags. That is the usual dogtags. Gimme polygon dogtags and I’m your puppy. Especially when they can be engraved with my name and a number of my choice. Yeah… Just put my phone number on lmao

“How To Spot A Cylon” Poster

Frak me, this should be an essential school poster 😛

Cylon Toaster

Well, apart from being an awesome pun, if Sheldon Cooper recommends it then it has to be good 😛

Cylon evolution poster

This is for all the Darwin geeks out there XD

Cylon Target Practice poster

Aww come on, you know you want one 😛

BSG propaganda posters

Look! Their corners are cut ^____^

and last but not least…

Daddy’s Little Cylon Onesie

God I hope the shipping is not very much on this one XD

%d bloggers like this: