Doctor Who 10th Doctor kigurumi/romper suit


Looking for a stylish, science fictional romper-suit/kigurumi to lounge in this winter? Thinkgeek's $40 tenth Doctor lounger is just the thing.

X-Wing Fighter knife-block


Thinkgeek's $100 X-Wing Fighter knife-block comes with five kitchen knives of unknown quality (my guess is fair-to-middling, but they sure are shiny) and is a striking (if potenitally dangerous) way to display your kitchenware.

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Zombie book-ends


Thinkgeek's $20 Zombie Bookends are reminiscent of the Knob Creek Metal Arts line, but are less than one third of the price (though Knob Creek has much better sight-gags).

Haunted Mansion infinity scarves


From Sassy Skirts for Girls: made to order Haunted Mansion infinity scarves in canonical purple and black and fetching slate blue ($31 each).

Humble's Scholastic Audiobook Bundle


Pay what you like for more than 10 DRM-free audiobooks, including Hunger Games, Catching Fire and Warhorse, send some or all of your payment to Feeding America (gift download codes available, too!). (Thanks, Kelley!)

Dogs playing D&D


Johannes writes, "Poker? Meh! Billards? Bah! Tabletop RPG? YESSS! It's about time the notorious gaming dogs got something relevant to play. Watch closely as they roll dice, check stats, and of course, eat snacks!"

Did we mention they love Vallejo?

Hi-resolution reproduction of original oil painting. Perfect for the game room or office! Just in time for the holidays! Great gift your favorite geek!

Created by Johannes Grenzfurthner with Heather Kelley

Dogs Playing D&D

Gerber's money clip/utility knife


I've used a money-clip for years as an alternative to a wallet, and the idea of having a small, sharp blade (Gerber makes great tools!) built into it is immensely appealing, especially given the copious positive reviews for Gerber's $19.26 version (but I worry that I'd forget it and lose it to a TSA checkpoint).

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Olaf costume hoodie


Frozen's Olaf the snowman was the funniest animated character I've seen in years, and now there's a women's costume hoodie that'll let you (possibly) fool your friends into thinking that you're him.

Detailed, handmade gamer soaps


Chrystal "Digital Soaps" Doucette makes soap in the form of detailed replicas of gaming gear and tropes: Minecraft creepers, NES cartridges, N64 cartridges, Xbox controllers, Mountain Dew shampoo, Gameboy cartridges and more. (via Geeky Merch)

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Plush undersea creatures


Parisian crafter Big Stuffed makes beautiful, cuddly, handmade undersea creatures -- the big ones are huge, like the 90 cm whale made from fun-fur and jersey. (via Crazy Abalone)

Pepperoni bed-set


€60/$80 for a quilt cover/pillowcases screened with delicious, jpeggy pepperoni pizza photo-art.

Ceramic, handmade Tardis soup-mug, saucer and spoon


The whole set is $50 from Barbarah Robertson, a potter in Virginia -- microwave and dishwasher safe, and can be ordered in time for Christmas delivery.

Back to the Future Delorean dashboard phone-case


The Back to the Future Delorean dashboard phone-case ($16.26) fits most recent smartphones, and the image is transferred using 3D vacuum printing to produce a wraparound effect. (via Geeky Merch)

Skull facemask/kerchiefs


Florida's Ecologics makes a wide variety of skull-mask face-kerchiefs, some with metallic grills.

Replica bone-blade from Supernatural


Danielle and Kate, in Ridgefield, NJ, make and sell replica game and movie props, like this resin-cast, hand-painted, leather-wrapped bone blade from Supernatural (13.75", $120) -- also noteworthy is the Iron Man EVA Foam Gloves ($50). (via Geeky Merch)