Remember when Miley Cyrus brought Jesse, a homeless kid, up onto stage at the 2014 VMAs?
Well, he decided he's just about done with owning that moonman and is cashing out by listing it on eBay as Seller "jesshel_42":
Check out the live listing here and get your come up.
Build-a-Bear just announced the details of its highly anticipated Build-a-Pikachu, and it's turned out to be two adorable options.
For $60, you can snag this web exclusive Charizard-themed Pikachu, which includes a Charizard hoodie and the standard Poké Ball hoodie:
The fifteen inch Chari-chu also comes with a trading card, and has a built in Pikachu voice sound box (exclusive to this version).
The other Pikachu available from Build-a-Bear is in-store only, and does not include the Charizard hoodie or the sound box. It will be available in stores in late December, and does include the special trading card.
Would you buy me? I'd buy me.
When Special Agent-in-training Clarice Starling found the serial killer she'd been searching for, Buffalo Bill, she probably had no time to appreciate the multi-storied, rural Victorian home where he kept victims trapped in a subterranean well. Well now's your chance!
Retired couple Scott and Barbara Lloyd are now selling that piece of movie history, even though it doesn't include all the facets mentioned in the movie.
The New York Daily News has some details on the story:
Clarice Starling, the FBI cadet played by Jodie Foster, tracks down the former patient of Dr. Hannibal Lecter, played by Anthony Hopkins, in Ohio in the movie. But this home is in Western Pennsylvania in the village of Layton in Fayette County.
The house also doesn't have a deep dry well for taking people captive like the one created in a sound stage in the film. Rather, the three-story 1910 home features four bedrooms, a four-car garage and an asking price of $300,000, according to a listing posted Saturday on Realtor.com.
You can see that house in action right here, and then decide whether you'd like to attend an open house. You can probably leave your night vision goggles at home.
Texas artist Nick Derington has immortalized some very important moments from your youth.
The print series called “Boss Fight” shows Mario, Link and Samus as they prepare to do battle with Bowser, Ganon, and Mother Brain.
A description of the project from his page:
This project consists of three illustrations that recreate the nervous excitement that meant reaching a game’s hard earned final moments. A testament to the hours spent building skills, solving puzzles and defeating all the minions that stood in your way towards the game’s final confrontation.
Derington has done work for DC Comics, Marvel and Mondo, and he was lead animator for “Scanner, Darkly.”
He reached his fundraising goal after only an hour, and is now also offering a bonus print called “Mario’s Regret” to anyone who has funded at any level if he reaches $18k.
Sadly, the guitar has since been pulled from Craigslist. Some highlights from the item's description:
Get a load of this! For sell – Rare vintage custom Wangcaster with hard case. Nice playing smooth neck with fast action. Great for slide. Ready for some hot licks. All solid wood! New Elixirs this morning. New output jack and bone nut by a professional luther. Extra strings and pick included. Perfect for Mother's Day. Need gone today. No trades – cash only – today only. Thanks for looking.