(Competition Now Closed!) Win a free t-shirt from Arcane Store and Killer Kitsch

The wonderful people over at Arcane Store, movie & gaming clothing and accessories, have rustled up a cool competition to win one of three amazing t-shirts that come in all shapes, colours and sizes for men, women and children. A few of the many cool designs are featured below.

Alien USCSS Nostromo from Arcane StoreThe Shining HERE’S JOHNNY from Arcane Store

There are three t-shirts up for grabs and three ways to enter. You are not restricted to only entering once but the way things work you can only get one shot each via Killer Kitsch on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

  • “Like” and “Follow” my Facebook page then share the top highlighted post about this competition. Leave a comment so I know who you are.
  • Follow me on Twitter and re-tweet this post.
  • Add me on Google+ and +1 / share this post. Leave a comment so I know who you are.

Three chances to win, you can enter all three of the above if you want. A winner will be randomly selected from those that have entered on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for a t-shirt of their choice from Arcane Store. The competition will close at midnight on 15th April.

Alien Suspects from Arcane StoreHorror Suspects from Arcane Store

If you can’t wait to get your hands on one of these top designs from Arcane Store you can use the discount code ‘killer20‘ for a massive 20% off your purchases until the 15th April. You can also find the Arcane Store on Twitter and Facebook.

TRON Encom from Arcane StoreThe Incredible Hulk from Arcane Store

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Lost in Space Robot by Remco 1966. Danger, Danger!

Lost in Space Robot by Remco 1966 Lost in Space toys by Remco and Mattel Lost in Space Robot by Remco 1966

Star Trek Soapbox Racer

Rob Wixey at the world premier of StarTrek: Into the Darkness in his impressive soapbox Starship.

Avid Trek fan Rob Wixey cycled to the red carpet event in the two metre wide and three metre long soapbox racer which took him and three friends two months to build.

He entered the craft into the Red Bull Soapbox race at Alexandra Palace. The organisers were so impressed with the racer that they gave him tickets to the premiere.

Mr Wixey said: “Only yesterday I entered into a sci-fi short film contest judged by Benedict Cumberbatch and now I will be watching the Star Trek premiere with him – the whole experience is overwhelming.”

“People’s reactions to the Starship today have been brilliant – they loved it.

The USS Enterprise racer is made from fibreglass and a steel framework that  is welded to half a bike with inverted handlebars for ease of steering.