Green Lantern is a character that really lends himself to having a shield. Of course his would be constructed from 100% willpower but there you have it. This one is particularly fetching and even appears to glow...
John Stewart was an architect who was selected by the Guardians of the Universe as Hal Jordan's backup after Guy Gardner was seriously injured in a disaster. Although Jordan objected after seeing that Stewart had a belligerent attitude to authority figures, the Guardians stood by their selection. Jordan complied and recruited and equipped Stewart with the standard uniform and power ring.
This shield honours one of the more interesting Lanterns.
Guy Gardner is the third Green Lantern of Earth, and a member of the Green Lantern Corps assigned to Earth, known for his brash attitude and machismo.
"Green Lantern" was reimagined in the Silver Age as test pilot Hal Jordan, a member of an intergalactic peacekeeping force called the Green Lantern Corps. The Guardians of the Universe on Oa give these Lanterns rings controlled by willpower, and send them to patrol all 3600 sectors of the known universe. Jordan was a member of the Justice League.
@@@ NEW REDUCED PRICE @@@ OK these swords are LEGENDARY! From the heart-warming story of bloody vengeance wherein the sweet Bride seeks payback on those what wronged her bad, comes these babies. Forged by the Samurai Sword smith Hattori Hanzō, they are said to be the finest blades he ever made. If you are a fan of the Movies (and who isn’t?) then collecting these is a must. You get all three sword and there is no need to fight Bud, or Elle or Bill to get hold of them. And you must know that concidering she knows the Five-Point-Palm Exploding-Heart-Technique, getting the Brides sword was never gonna happen anyways!!
OK so it would be so very easy and tempting to say that this Master Sword is just like all the others, except they are all different! This is the form used in the Twilight Princess game but is the more traditional blue/yellow combination.
Yet another Master Sword, (Gosh dosn't Link ever hold onto the same sword?) from the ever popular video game. This one is very nice with gold accents on the hilt/guard area and of course the Tri force symbol engraved onto the blade itself.
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.
Ok so this 'might' not actually be a Bat'Leth but it is pretty freakin cool regardless. Type Bat'Leth into GOOGLE and these do come up, and GOOGLE is never wrong, right? Bat'Leth or Glaive (?) or just an awesome sharp spiky thing with lots of points and whether it be from Star Trek of World of Warcraft or summit else completely this is a really nice unique piece to add to your collection.
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.