Have a geeky friend, partner, or family member? We’ve curated a list of 10 unique, geeky gift ideas to make it easier for you to #SpendLikeItMatters this holiday season.
Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse #BlackOwned #WomanOwned
Who doesn’t want a year’s worth of Baby Yoda? Bring a smile to your geeky giftee’s face when you get them a “Mandalorian” calendar of The Child this holiday season.
Semicolon Bookstore and Gallery #BlackOwned #WomanOwned
Dinner is coming in this “Game of Thrones” themed cookbook. It’s the perfect gift for GOT lovers who want to eat their way through Westeros.
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Cafe Con Libros #BlackOwned #LatinoOwned #WomanOwned
Flip through sketches, finished illustrations, maps, and more in this “The Lord of the Rings” art book that illuminates J.R.R. Tolkien’s creative process in designing his fantastical world.
Note: the link will take you to the store’s Bookshop page instead of the product to ensure sales go to Cafe Con Libros.
Akira Vol. 1, $24.99
Red Planet Books & Comics #NativeOwned
No collection is complete without “Akira” by Katsuhiro Otomo. This sci-fi masterpiece is a classic graphic novel about teenagers Tetsuo and Kaneda as Tetsuo begins to develop paranormal powers that make him the target of a secret government agency.
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Ada’s Technical Books & Cafe is the perfect place for geeky gifts. Aside from offering a variety of books, Ada’s sells puzzles, games, and kits like Raspberry Pi.
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