The Iced Kit Kat Chocolatory does go for a premium, which makes sense considering its special handling needs. However, ¥1,296 ($11.70) isn’t overly expensive for how unique the experience is. For that price you get the treat served in a fancy glass dish brought to your table by two servers, one of whom pours the liquid nitrogen right in front of you.If you want a chance to try the Iced Kit Kat Chocolatory and happen to be in Japan, don’t wait too long. The unique Kit Kat will only be available from now until August 31. Better hurry up to taste those chocolatey noms!Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target Launchpad Blaze Postpones JAXA’s Cargo Ship Launch to ISSJapan’s Hayabusa-2 Probe Packs Up Space Rock Cargo From Asteroid Ryugu Japan is known for its fantastic and extreme Kit Kats, but a Tokyo Cafe may have taken the candy to the next level. These Iced Kit Kat Chocolatory treats are perfect for a hot Japanese Summer, in fact, they’re about as cool as you can get.While we in the US have to be content with regular freezer treats like ice cream cake and popsicles, those in Tokyo can get their treats extra frozen. The Iced Kit Kat Chocolatory is chilled by having liquid nitrogen poured over it in place of traditional cooling means.If you want to get your hands on this super-chilled treat, you’ll have to head to the Daikanyama neighborhood in Tokyo. On the second floor of Ginza’s Kit Kat Chocolatory store, you can get your hands on this unique chocolate snack.
If you’ve seen Dragon Ball Z, then you know exactly why anyone would love and idolize Goku. The Super Saiyan with a heart of gold is a massively popular character, and pretty much everyone knows who he is, even without watching the newest season, Dragon Ball Super. Goku is a beloved part of pop culture, so it would make sense that DC Comics’ seasoned artist Jim Lee would decide to draw him.Lee happens to think Goku is the bee’s knees too, and who wouldn’t? So the artist decided to share his “first” and only stab at bringing the Super Saiyan legend to life. The talented comic artist threw down Goku with pen and paper in such a way that looks unmistakably like Lee’s signature art style, and yet like it was pulled from the pages of the Dragon Ball manga series.Here’s what I streames this morning: my first (and only) Goku 😉 pic.twitter.com/Pj2wY9S2pN— Jim Lee (@JimLee) April 9, 2018The artist made Goku come to life and leap off the page with just black ink, and now fans who follow Lee on Twitter are practically beside themselves clamoring for Lee to make something official with Dragon Ball. This version of Goku looks much like a more lithe, lean and somehow simultaneously beefy version of the anime Goku, but one thing’s for certain: He can still kick pretty much anyone’s butt.Jim Lee is a Korean-American artist who founded Image Comics before heading to DC Comics at a later time in his career. He’s been working on titles such as Suicide Squad and Dark Days. Judging by his talent working with familiar Dragon Ball Z characters, it looks like he could be a manga artist too, if he really wanted to. What do you think about Lee’s take on the Saiyan? Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. New Adidas ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Shoes Are On the WayThe Best and Most Loved Anime Series of All Time Stay on target
A Canadian transit employee is shaking up the toy sector with his new innovation: a Toronto Rocket subway Lego kit that comes with all the buildable fixings.Aaron Chapman, a Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway operator, developed the Lego kit in August when he couldn’t find one in stores. With support from the TTC and his colleagues, Chapman submitted his Lego kit to Lego Ideas, a website where people share Lego product ideas and vote for their favorite Lego design proposals. With 4,243 supporters and 360 days left, Chapman has to get 10,000 supporters to move to the Lego Review round. If he passes this step, his Lego creation could hit shelves in the future.Chapman’s TTC Toronto Rocket Subway Train Lego kit, which comes with 2,946 total pieces (28 pieces of track, 2 TTC Operator mini figures, and 2,910 bricks), is a builder’s dream. It’s replicated like the real Toronto Rocket subway system, so people can create three TTC subway cars that move on tracks. There are additional cool features including slide opening doors and a detailed driver cab that blow average Lego trains away.“A Canadian born TTC operator designs a Canadian Lego set, based on a Canadian made subway train by Bombardier, operating on North America’s third largest transit system, in Canada’s largest city,” wrote Chapman in his Lego Ideas proposal. “I hope the review panel at Lego Ideas will understand this set does not only appeal to the Toronto Lego fans.”Fans of Chapman’s Lego kit are also in for the ultimate holiday treat. Chapman’s Lego kit will be displayed at the TTC’s Bloor-Yonge subway station in Toronto, according to Global News. At the station, visitors can see how a Lego enthusiast’s dream became a reality with his toy-meets-transportation creation.More on Geek.com:Lego Overwatch Sets Leak on Target App‘Harmless Home’ Built From Lego-Inspired Bricks Made With HempToy Tuesday: The Craziest Over-the-Top Lego Sets The New Lego UCS Imperial Star Destroyer Is Nearly Four Feet LongLego Makes Building Sets Accessible to the Blind Stay on target