Had he been alive, Bruce Lee would’ve turned 73 the day before Thanksgiving–and would’ve carved that bird with his bare hands. A 73-year-old Bruce Lee also would’ve come in handy with policing that mother-in-law, but I digress. These Bruce Lee Playing Cards ($15) from Dan & Dave were officially made with Bruce Lee Enterprises to honor the movie star and martial arts king, and they feature an intense black and yellow motif, along with Chinese dragons (meant to celebrate Lee’s birth) and philosophical quotes from Lee’s teachings. Smartest thing your mother-in-law ever said? “Let’s eat.”
Bruce Lee Legacy Collection: Hiii-Yah In High Def
Media By on May 20, 2013
Bruce Lee’s iconic status as master of the martial arts has done nothing but solidify in the 40 years since his tragic death at age 32. Yes, despite the dethroning attempts by the likes of Steven Seagal and um, Katey Sagal (?), Lee remains king. The Bruce Lee Legacy Collection ($84) boxes up four of his films that surely beat Under Siege 2, including The Big Boss, Fist Of Fury, Way Of The Dragon and Game Of Death for the first time on Blu-ray. Also included are three DVDs containing two documentaries, Bruce Lee: The Legend and I Am Bruce Lee, plus plenty of bonus content.