This Star Trek TOS Captain Kirk 1/6 Scale Articulated Figure isn’t exactly like the incident on Terra Ten. Which is good. He’d be a lot less fun to play with at 1/16th of an inch. It’s extra difficult to get those accessories into his hands that small.

This figure, part of Quantum Mechanix’s Master Series, is 1/6 scale, which makes it almost 11½” tall, just the right size to romance all the Barbies. The figure comes clad in a fabric uniform, plus a phaser that breaks down into type I & type II, a communicator with flip-up antenna, an electronic clipboard and stylus, and a landing party utility belt (because you never know what you’re going to find down on the planet). There are 8 different gesticulating hands, and it comes with a custom display base so you can go crazy posing your favorite captain with over 30 points of articulation.

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Gremlins Good and Evil Journal – Exclusive

Most journals are best experienced not wet, but this one, especially. It’ll go all-Stripe all-the-time on you if you get it wet or feed it after midnight. Fortunately, the feeding thing isn’t usually a problem with journals so carry on as you normally would.

Space Invaders Polo

This Space Invaders Polo shows you’re our first line of defense from aliens. With a hot pink and electric blue invader embroidered on chest, this black polo adds a little fun to your business casual standard look.

Futurama Bender Zip-Up Hoodie

Bender’s practically famous. Other robots of his model (Bending Unit 22) probably spend their days bending girders, wishing they could be more like him. Among Bender’s many admirable traits are lying, cheating, and stealing. It’s hard to blame a robot based on a MOS Technology 6502 microprocessor for that. After all, our C64s used to get busted at the local convenience store all the time for underage drinking. And we ain’t even going to tell you what the Apple IIe got into.