It's that time of year again... Actually, you know what? It's past that time of year again. You're just a bit behind on that Holiday shopping season and it's crunch time. And you know what else? You've got someone in your life who, regardless of age, can't stop watching cartoons (and crying), playing video games (and crying) and–of course–telling you about all of it. And yet...
You still don't know what to buy.
Q: How could someone with such obvious interests be so hard to shop for?
A: There's just far too much stuff out there.
So, we've cut out the guesswork for and prepared a Nerd/Gamer/Weeb/Enthusiast-certified buying guide for your last minute gift-giving needs.
A delightful slice of gaming history rolled into one neat graphic tee. No text and a black background ensure a versatility and lack of corniness rare in gaming merch.
Winner of the 2017 Eisner Award for best children's publication, this beautiful graphic novel focuses on the tale of a young girl exploring the mysterious past. Also there's ghosts and other supernatural stuff, so, like, hell yeah.
AhoyKollektiv on Etsy
You probably saw this trending on Twitter, but there's still time to grab this amazing Jon Snow cloak/backpack for the fashion-forward Thrones fan in your life.
The gnarly colors of the Wasteland come to life with this figurine-based chess set. Knocks ghouls into power armor and power armor into Death Claws, or something.
Simon and Schuster/Blizzard
Whether you're baking brownies for the Horde or snickerdoodles for those Alliance fools, once and current players of Blizzard's MMO epic are sure to love this surprisingly thorough cookbook from Chelsea Monroe-Cassel.
Xbox Design Lab
Let your player play in style. Custom controllers direct from Microsoft can be made to match a sports team, color scheme or even their favorite TV show.
Another World of Warcraft gift? Yes. But just another World of Warcraft gift? Absolutely not. The robe you'll never want to leave the house, but if you did you'd look good in.
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