DrunkWooky’s Holiday Gift Guide 2020

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What Are the Best Holiday Gifts for the Geeky Fan in Your Life in 2020?

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Do you have a geeky loved one in your life who you think has every conceivable piece of memorabilia from their chosen beloved franchise? A Spider-Man fan who owns every conceivable comic, figure, and piece of memorabilia in between? A Star Wars fan who has been collecting since the 70s? A Marvel Cinematic Universe fan who can recite each appearance of an infinity stone? Is the task of finding them a perfect Christmas, Hannukah, or Festivus gift proving too challenging? If so, take a peek at the gift guides below and see if there’s anything unique that certain person may have missed. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be populating this page with the most interesting gifts we can find from around the web for each media property we can think of: Star Wars, Marvel, DC, TMNT, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Harry Potter, Ghostbusters and so much more!

There’s a great little book by Joel Waldfogel called Scroogenomics: Why You Shouldn’t Buy Presents for the Holidays. It’s main point is that “outsourcing” the purchasing of goods for others is inefficient from an economic standpoint. i.e. If I have a dollar, presumably nobody knows my needs and wants better than myself and, therefore, I am the best person to maximize my enjoyment based on the goods I choose to purchase. Scroogenomics is a great read around the holidays and isn’t nearly as big a bummer as it sounds. Waldfogel fills the book with enough humor to make you realize that his completely valid argument is somewhat tongue-in-cheek.

Now, this book is enough to make me want to tell my loved ones to fend for themselves this season. However, I have chosen to take the message of the book as a challenge. My presents will no longer go the way of the Big Mouth Billy Bass, regifted or droning slowly in an abandoned corner of the garage, running off a depleted battery from 2003. I strive to reach to new gift giving heights! I also hope the same thing for you.

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