Holiday shopping for the geeks you know and love. ~ What'cha Reading?

Holiday shopping for the geeks you know and love.

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What do you get for the geek who has everything? More of course. There is never enough swag to represent your fandom and there’s always something new to add to a collection.

First stop? Etsy.com pop your fandom name in the search box and see the wonders that unfold.

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“Fannibal” alone will get you 82 items ranging from hoodies to phone cases to jewelry. Even bags to show your support for poor Will Graham (like this one from FeerieDoll):

 

 

il_570xN.475075878_rmyaPerhaps you have a female friend or relative in love with Batman. Type that in and you get 27,000+ items. Want to narrow it down a bit? Add jewelry to the search and you’re down to a managable 2000+ items. And this little number (from VisionQuest) for her and her bestie (it’s on the list for me and mine)

 

Clothing is a possibility too. Have a super Wonder Woman fan in your life? She needs this dress from LittlePetalNYC‘s shop:il_570xN.482268624_c5t1

Not into handmade? Fair enough. Thinkgeek.com is an excellent source of gift inspiration. Dad a big Doctor Who fan? Maybe he needs these shot glasses:

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I know I do…

I need the Handbag of Holding also (hint hint):

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CafePress is another site for unique items. I did a search for phone cases with geek as the search string and had some really cool choices:

GeekyPhoneCases1or for something more fan specific try the search with “television” :

GeekyPhoneCasesTvOf course T-shirts are the go-to for all geeks. We Love Fine has some truly original choices:

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My favorite site for t-shirts though is Tee Fury. Now this site is a little tricky because they only have on shirt a day and you never know what it is until midnight. I recommend signing up for their emails or “Liking” them on Facebook so you can see that day’s shirt. Although they have introduced the Gallery where old t-shirts get voted on and go back on sale for a limited time. They go up in price as well but it’s still very reasonable:

TeeFuryAll in all the internet is a giant candy shop for fandom. You should have no problem getting something unique and fitting for your favorite geek for the holidays.

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Mother, knitter, writer, bookseller, and geek by day but at night I revert to the 10 year old that I really am. I spend my spare time plotting world domination using an army of knitters. Got to keep the weavers in check.

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