Have you always wanted your own personal Bat-signal to use whenever you feel like it in order to either summon a fictional superhero or just annoy people in a darkened movie theater? While you're on your own when it comes to one of those massive spotlights used in the Batman movies, ThinkGeek has you covered on a smaller scale with their Batman Light Signal Key Chain. Don't think it'll help you in the unfortunate case when you're in a situation where a crime is being committed, but we're damn sure it'll impress your next girlfriend. Buy It: $24.99 at ThinkGeek
Check out this funky, wearable Star Wars Stormtrooper helmet constructed entirely out of Addidas sneakers. The cool thing about this piece of art is that the artist is actually selling it on eBay right now, and with 6 days left of bidding it's currently at $150. Who wants to have something unique for next year's Comic-Con? Buy It: Bid on eBay [via Boing Boing]
Finally, ever wonder what James Cameron's Avatar would look like as an Atari video game? No. Well too bad because hamish & andy want to show you the low-budget Atari version of the highest grossing film of all time, and kudos to them for accurately summing up the film in only 30 seconds for a lot less than it cost Cameron and Co. to churn out the real thing.