Pfeff-Bot and Maximus Prime are back with another wild assortment of novelty gift ideas for the loved ones in your life – or for you! From Star Trek to The Good Place, this guide is sure to make your end of the year gift shopping easy and fun!
Check out our Holiday Geek Gift Guide 2020: Specialty Items below for thrills and inspiration!
The end of the year — and the decade! — is coming and with it is the holiday gift-giving season. And as we always say, books make a wonderful present for all your gift recipients! This year sees many selections to choose from for fans of properties like Star Wars, Star Trek, Dungeons & Dragons, Harry Potter, Game Of Thrones, and Stranger Things, with some very intriguing themed cookbooks, storybooks for the youngsters, and memoirs, as well as titles by authors like Jonathan Maberry, Seth Grahame-Smith, Dave Hill, and Greg Cox, along with reissued illustrated classics.
Check out here below our Holiday Geek Gift Guide 2019 for Books, eBooks, and Audiobooks for our favorite holiday gift picks for the readers in your life.
For anyone who wasn’t already aware, today is Stranger Things Day. And to mark the occasion, Netflix has released a pair of videos of some of the best bloopers from season two and season three.
In the videos, which run about two and four minutes in length, you’ll see the usual blooper reel goodies, such as cast members randomly breaking out into song and/or dance, plenty of issues delivering lines, and more.
Click on over to the other side to find the Stranger Things season two and three blooper reels and more.
For anyone who missed the news, Netflix has made the unsurprising announcement that Stranger Things season four is officially a go.
The announcement was made with the release of a brief video, which can be found below. In addition to confirming season four, Netflix has also announced that they’ve signed Stranger Things creators and showrunners Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer to a new multi-year overall deal which will include both series and films.
Stranger Things: Suspicious Minds is the first official book to be published that’s set in the fictional world of early 1980s Hawkins, Indiana, from Netflix’s Stranger Things and features some of the characters we have come to know and love from the three seasons of the hit streaming series.
But for this story, we travel a bit further back. To 1969, in fact. This is when Dr. Martin Brenner (Matthew Modine’s character) and his young ward, Kali (or “008” as we’ve come to know her), arrive at Hawkins National Laboratory to expand upon his experiments on the human mind. To aid in his tests, he recruits four college-aged kids chosen because of promising capabilities they’ve displayed.