What Tron gear haven't we covered already? If you went out and watched the new flick this weekend and returned home a little bummed, you're not alone. Betcha this Tron-inspired messenger bag will cheer you up.
Tron Legacy's lightcycle is a deathtrap waiting to happen if you ever tried to actually ride one in real life. Thankfully, there's something a little less dangerous — the Skatecycle.
Electronica legends Daft Punk did the soundtrack for the upcoming Tron Legacy, and here's the video from the first single, Derezzed.
While we're still in the throes of Tron Legacy hype, it's only right to point out one of the most epic movie mashups of the year: Aliens given the Tron treatment.
Excited for Tron Legacy? Well, there may be more to this than just a new movie. Disney Imagineers are also developing a Tron Legacy ride, which has the potential to blow old Space Mountain out of the water.
Face it: you're never going to ride a lightcycle in the world of Tron. It's just never going to happen, as Tron is a movie and therefore not real. But what you can do is buy one of these sweet Tron Legacy official replica light bike suits and get as close as you'll ever come.
Movie-branded computer peripherals normally aren't all that interesting. However, given Tron's unique aesthetic, we'll always take a peek. Tell us it acts like a Light Cycle, and all the sudden we're all kinds of interested.
No need to wait for the release of the highly anticipated Tron Legacy movie in December — now you can turn science fiction into science fact with a street-legal Tron Legacy Lightcycle. Built from the exact specs of the movie props, there will only be five of these in existence, all lit up with LEDs and neon that will certainly be the envy of all the other motorcyclists.
Tron is just a movie. It's not real. You will never be able to ride a light cycle or play jai alai. I'm sorry. But what you can do is buy this awesome t-shirt, which glows in the dark and...
Love it or fall asleep during it, Tron made sports and racing look super slick by slapping a bunch of neon all over everything. Sony Ericsson decided to have a go at it, decking out a tennis court, the rackets,...