From legendary sword designer Kit Rae come this awesome blade is from his famed 'Swords of the Ancients' collection. This blade is rumored to be marked with specific runes which allows the wielder to become invisible and the orb contained in the clawed pommel allows them to see that which is hidden or shadowed. Which is a couple of pretty useful traits. For more information visit www.kitrae.net and check out his other designs and art work. This sword is no longer in production so this is the only one available folks.
Alright alright I get it!! Superman doesn't actually need a shield cos hes pretty friggen invulnerable anyway, but... you are missing the point. The symbol is the crest of his family (El) and it stands for Hope. So why would they not have a shield with the old family crest on it to put about the fireplace or nuclear furnace?
Star Wars has created a rich Universe with varied characters and diverse backstories that keep changing as time goes by. One of the more interesting are the Mandalorians who this shield was inspired by. Featuring the symbol of Mandalor this item is one for the true fan.
This unique Samurai sword is inspired by the futuristic world of 3000 AD in which warriors will fight with traditional weapons constructed by hi-tech craftsmen. This ninjato is sure to give the Ninja who wields it a decided edge in battle! Measuring 36" overall, it features a handle and scabbard made of precisely machined metal parts with a brushed satin finish. The 26 1/16" razor sharp stainless steel blade locks into the scabbard and can only be released by a hidden button on the handle.
Although not a Bat'leth in the traditional sense, this blade has a lot going for it. Molded grip with two wicked looking blades protruding out either end. not one to meet in the wrong place to be sure.
OK so some of you are probably saying "But Superman doesn't need a shield. granted, but the question should be, do you? Consider this as an expression of art depicting the crest of ancient Kryptonian "House of El" I mean come on if they can have Crests and whatnot for Game of Thrones, I can create some for the DCU cant I?
Princess Diana has certainly had more than a few shield throughout her career, more than Id care to try and count even if I had the inclination. But to the business at hand, this shield is a celebration of the strength and power of the Amazon Princess.
Wonder Woman's origin story relates that she was sculpted from clay by her mother Queen Hippolyta and was given a life to live as an Amazon, along with superhuman powers as gifts by the Greek gods. In recent years, DC changed her background with the revelation that she is the daughter of Zeus and Hippolyta, jointly raised by her mother and her aunts Antiope and Menalippe.