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Every now and then you see something so freakin’ awesome your brain simply can’t process it. For example, take a look at this amazing cosplay take on Atomic Robo! created by Devin Harrigan!!!

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I can’t attest to how well this works, but this Crayola Crayon Maker sounds pretty f’ing sweet! Just take all the crayon nubs and throw them into this little beauty to recycle them and make new crayons! You can even mix colors. The pic seems to suggest it’s even safe enough for kids to use on their own.

[Crayola Crayon Maker via 7 Gadgets]

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Big ups to Michael Curry who designed these LEGO men (4x the regular size) and then took them on a trip through Kansas City!

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Yes! Because who doesn’t want a six-foot collapsible canvas children’s closet/fort in the form of Doctor Who‘s TARDIS in their home? Surely no one we know!

The price-tag is pretty steep ($99) but c’mon, you know you want one!

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Star Trek rarely outdoes Star Wars but that Star Wars wall mural we shared with you pales in comparison to the undeniable awesomeness of this full-sized Enterprise Bridge wall mural. WANT!!!!

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16in high, with interactive lights and sounds, removable access panels, and weighing more than 8lbs, Doctor Who fans I give you the Ultimate TARDIS Playset. Estimated arrival: September 2010. Cost: $79.99. Joy in owning your own: Priceless.

[via Geek Speak]

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526hp, four electric motors, 6.2-liter V8, gull-wing doors, and it even comes in yellow. Yep, I’ve found my new car. Hey Shadow, can I borrow some cash?

[via Autoblog]

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London-based Japanese designer, Yuri Suzuki, working with DJ Jeff Mills for his new music project “The Occurence,” has created a compact disc with a vinyl press-on on one side and a CD mix on the other, giving listeners the choice of both digital and analog music versions. Although I have some concerns as to whether the disc side might get scratched while playing it in the CD player (and vice versa), I definitely applaud the ingenuity of the project and hope to hear more.

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Starting in September, for around $32, you can take Megaman home. Kotobukiya is putting out these Megaman Plastic Model Kits complete with alternate faces and hands, and the Rock Buster. Oh yeah!

[via Walyou]

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