Where To Buy Geeky Stuff
Who let the cat out of...no, wait. The real question should be, who stuffed the cat inside the bag in the first place? Was it you, Becky? Thinkin' this canvas tote with a plush lion sewn on the front was just too adorable...
where to buy geeky stuff
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Sometimes people collect the weirdest stuff. Before the Iron Curtain fell, my countrymen would collect anything with a hint of exclusivity that was available, say, foreign cigarette boxes or liquor bottles.
If you can't resist collecting vinyl toys housed in blind boxes, long-running designer toy shop Rotofugi might become your new favorite place in the city. The Lakeview shop stocks the latest products from Funko and Kidrobot as well as a wide selection of imported Japanese trinkets, including kaiju and colorful kawaii figurines. The store also hosts an art gallery where you'll often find pop-culture-inspired pieces from a range of artists.
"Geek chic" refers to a minor fashion trend that arose in the mid 2000s (decade), in which young people adopted "geeky" fashions, such as oversized black horn-rimmed glasses, suspenders/braces, and capri pants. The glasses quickly became the defining aspect of the trend, with the media identifying various celebrities as "trying geek" or "going geek" for wearing such glasses, such as David Beckham and Justin Timberlake. Meanwhile, in the sports world, many NBA players wore "geek glasses" during post-game interviews, drawing comparisons to Steve Urkel.
So we need to tell the folks in accounting to value your life at either $1 million or $100 million, depending on where you draw the suicide line between having two thirds of a penny and having one sixth of a penny.
Packed with almost 100 games both never seen before and reimagined, as well as exclusive interviews and insight, Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration is an absolute tome of gaming history that should be the perfect geeky gift for any historians in your family.
Attack on Titan: Colossal Edition 1 is a massive compilation of Vol. 1-5 of the smash hit manga that also includes 15 color pages that have never been seen anywhere else. If you need your Eldian misery with a slightly different flavor, check this massive compendium out.
Toy Fair is truly a geek paradise. Yes, there were plenty of robots. Pixar geeks got to see Cars 2 merchandise everywhere, including the creepy and expensive talking Lightning McQueen. Transformer geeks walked past Optimus Prime parked on 41st Street to see the new buildable Transformers at Hasbro. (They're not Lego, they're Kre-O. Got it?) No matter what your style of geekery, Toy Fair has something for you. 041b061a72