This door cover turns any standard inside door into the corridor on the Enterprise! The cover feels and looks like a small, fitted sheet. It slips easily over the door, and removes easily as well. You can machine wash and tumble dry on low.
It looks fantastic, as you can see! I put it on my utility room door in the basement, where we don’t have to open and close it much – as it does cover the door handle as well.
Here is a picture of everything in the center, including a cool-looking hammer.
Here’s a closer look at the items one side of the tool box.
And a closer look at the other side.
This is definitely the coolest tool set I’ve ever seen. I love that there’s a specific place for everything, so I know I’ll know when something’s missing. And because this set is so cool-looking, I can keep it in the house and have tools easily at hand. I will get a LOT of use out of these tools AND have an awesome display piece in my library!
The Evolution of Science Fiction (Feat. Lindsay Ellis) | It's Lit!
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The Origin of Science Fiction It’s the literary manifestation of our anxieties and excitement surrounding technology. While science fiction is associated with Mars, robots, and cyberpunk, its origin story is shaped throughout several centuries. This includes The Age of Enlightenment, the Industrial Revolution, and…Frankenstein? Check out the origin of science fiction in a brand new episode of It’s Lit!
About Cerberus Rex: Cerberus Rex is an hour and a half long audio adventure, presented entirely through dialogue, sound effects and music (no narrator). The list of influences is long but a few of the bigger ones are John Carpenter, Shane Black and H.P. Lovecraft. The action influences are Cameron, Spielberg and McTiernan.
In Cerberus Rex, Dr. Anabela Correia, an astrophysics professor at Hawksmoor University, travels upon request by a former colleague to Well Station, a research facility performing experiments on a strange phenomenon in an underground cave. A natural explorer, Ana rushes to view the oddity first-hand and, accompanied by Well Station Security/Containment Officer Benjamin Wyngarde, is soon staring down at a mystery of physics hidden deep. Then… not so deep.
The bouquet comes in a nice, large box that wont damage the display.
Each of the 9 character plushes comes tied with a string to a stick. Each are sturdy and gathered together with black fabric and a red bow. After displaying, the recipient can remove each plush from the bouquet as well.
The bouquet comes with the following characters: BB-8, Han Solo, Leia, Darth Vader, Chewbacca, a Porg, Wicket, R2-D2, and Yoda.
It’s an extremely cute gift. These little guys will definitely go on display as soon as the holiday is over! And there are several more plush bouquets to choose from, if Star Wars isn’t your Valentine’s thing.
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