Right now the stores are flooded with shoppers trying to squeeze in some last-minute gift shopping. So what's a discerning science fiction fan to do? Don't settle for the final scraps at the stores — we've compiled a list of presents you can make or purchase online, without any threat of "out of stock" signs. It's a…
It's that dreaded time of year, when you face your greatest challenge: Finding presents for all your friends and loved ones. But don't worry! We've got your back — with our indispensable guide to the best gifts for science fiction fans and science nerds.
Forget the boring old holiday greeting cards this year, and opt for something a bit more out of this world. We've collected the best science fiction and fantasy-themed holiday cards for 2011, including Doctor Who gags and Game of Thrones direwolf pups!
Need something for your offspring post haste? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Check out our amazing collection of toys, books, sheets, rugs and giant plushies for the little nerdlings in your life.
What do you get the person who has everything? Something insanely freaky. We have scoured the internet for the most insane gifts to give your friends who are impossible to find presents for. And what we found was simply amazing.
T-shirts always make the best presents, plus they're a way of gift-wrapping yourself and your friends in cool images and slogans. We've put together a collection of classic, seasonal, and downright insane tees for you to bestow upon your loved ones — and yourself.
Whether they run their own lab or they're just entering kindergarten, the mad scientist in your life will love these presents.
What do you get the geek who has every awesome collectable? something extraordinary. That's why we've gathered together a collection of all the best toys to give your friends and loved ones. And yes, that is the floating guard eyeball from Big Trouble Little China.
One of the most common types of holiday gifts is the Coffee Table Book — big, expensive, and usually something people flip through instead of actually reading. But what if you could give a book that would fascinate your friends as well as looking like a status item?
Show your allegiance to the true mensch of the Twilight saga, as immortalized by Rifftrax's take on the film ($25 from Red Bubble).
These Walking Dead Season 1 action figures ($55 from Entertainment Earth) won't constantly prattle on about lost children and pregnancy scares. They're silent as plastic.
On December 13, the 1,216-page DC Comics: The New 52 hardcover goes on sale. This monolithic tome slams together all 52 first issues of the DC relaunch from September 2011 ($90 on Amazon). Some other books you can use a bludgeon are The Mighty Thor by Walt Simonson — which collects the most enduring run on the…
Elisha Hale's Threadless shirt "Technicolour Rex" features a dinosaur vomiting a rainbow. It's like the dinosaurs died from sugar shock.
Knowing what to buy your favorite science fiction or fantasy genre junkie can be a taxing chore. You're posed with some important questions, like Dalek or Vulcan? Cthulhu or rainbow-vomiting dinosaurs? We empathize. Here are several dozen nifty, covetable gifts that will cater to the genre junkie in your life, no…
While everybody is getting stoned on turkey and starch this holiday season, you're hoping to join a secret collective of super-intelligent scientists who will invent faster-than-light travel and cure cancer. We understand. That's why we've put together this list of great science books that came out in the past year —…