Though he didn’t have a lot of screen time, the badass bounty hunter has become a major part of sci-fi and Star Wars lore. This detailed scale figure is guaranteed to ward off any rival bounty hunters.
Admittedly, it’s a little irksome to have a Death Star sitting around in your room — but, if it doubles as a planetarium, that’s pretty awesome. Check out the galaxy … you know, before the Death Star tries to destroy it.
This is, seriously, the perfect gift for your nerdy significant other (or a nerdy couple you might know). Recapping one of Han Solo’s most famous lines, this pillow set is an understated way to show both your love, and geek cred.
There are no shortage of great lines when it comes to the Star Wars franchise, but this is one of the best. This snarky little T-shirt puts a nice twist on the classic “Trap” trope, and is a bit of meta fun for fans who would get it.
Even Jedis can get a little scared of the dark from time to time, and that’s where this one comes in. A great gift idea for any little geeks in training, and a pretty nifty addition to a kid’s (or adult, we don’t judge) room.
Know a Star Wars who writes for a living? Make sure they’re always ready to fight off the Sith with this nifty lightsaber pen set. Plus, can you think of anything cooler to have peeking out of a shirt pocket?
The size is admittedly pretty awkward, which makes this a less-than-practical messenger bag — but c’mon, the novelty factor outweighs that 10-1. Heck, you could just play with this thing if you get bored.
Though some fans choose to just focus on the film mythos, there are decades of extended universe lore. Some of the deepest? The various comic book series that have popped up over the years, featuring some stunning sketches of the wider ‘verse. This art book captures some of the best work from the past few decades.
Hey, we’ve all got to move data around these days. From work stuff, to (legally obtained, of course) video files, thumb drives have become a fact of life. So, why not add some nice geekiness to the chore with these nifty drives?