Eggs set sights on outer space

Ovum empire takes on the universe

The egg-shaped planetarium

This is it--the call to arms. For some time now we've been warning of impending doom brought by the evil egg empire , and the final hour is upon us. And the source of their unholy power is now clear: outer space.

They are descending first in Japan, as we found out from our brethren in CNET Asia, through egg-shaped planetariums distributed by Segatoys. The "Homestar Pure" (even the name smacks of alien brainwashing) can project an estimated 10,000 stars onto any ceiling at the mass-market price of $83. It's only a matter of time before reports of ovum constellations begin to trickle in.

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