Though this inflatable unicorn product could probably be adjusted to be suitable for other animals, it claims to be just for cats. There's also a human version, but really, could a human look this happy with a unicorn horn? That's what we thought.
Your other offsite links are not inflatable but just as magical. Highlights include:
- Stan Lee is OKAY.
- J.K. Rowling is getting ready for the backlash.
- Latest 4-year-old review of Doctor Who is adorable.
- First official picture from The Wolverine.
- Tons of Prometheus deleted footage reveals...um...more Prometheus stuff.
- Bilbo is a badass in new poster for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. You would deny this man an Emmy... why?
- So there will be a Hulk movie with Ruffulo in 2015.
- Seth MacFarlane has a live action TV show coming soon.
- Cats on Mars.
- First image of Jackman from The Wolverine:
- The Red Letter Media guys take on the ENTIRE Resident Evil series.
- Stop worrying! Stan Lee is fine!
- First images of Jim Carrey in Kick-Ass 2.
- What if Tim Burton drew the Avengers?
- J.K. Rowling braces for bad reviews of The Casual Vacancy.
- The best Chinese curses from Firefly.
- Ron Moore is making A Knight's Tale into a TV show.
- New trailer for Life of Pi.
- Steampunk Optimus Prime is a locomotive.
- Alan Moore talks about his new H.P. Lovecraft project.
- Charlie Jane Anders of io9 wonders if Doctor Who is just a bunch of unhappy endings.
- Trailer for “The Angels Take Manhattan.”
- The Doctor Who workout.
- It looks like the possibility of Peter Jackson directing an episode of Doctor Who is getting stronger.
- 4-year-old Lindalee Rose's latest review of Doctor Who: “The Power of Three.” (She's a little upset by the lack of dinosaurs on the spaceship in this one.)
Stubby the Rocket is the voice and mascot of Tor.com. Stubby doesn't need no inflatable unicorn horn. Stubby has a retractable one of its own.