Marvel fans aren’t hard to shop for. If you’re looking to give your loved one something superhero-themed for the holidays, you’ll find a plethora of options. In fact, those looking for Hanukkah or Christmas gifts might be overwhelmed by all of the possibilities. To help you narrow it down, below is a list of some of the best presents for Marvel junkies.
For The Comic Fan
A Marvel Unlimited subscription could be a comic book fan’s best friend. The service is basically Netflix for comics, allowing readers to view a selection of over 17,000 comics for $9.99 a month on e-readers. If they prefer holding a comic book, try a 12-issue subscription ($28.96). “Spidey” and “Scarlet Witch” are two series that have just recently started, if you want to give them something new to read.
Kids who love Marvel have plenty of options. Put Me in the Story makes personalized books ($29.99) that will actually put a child in the narrative. Tsum Tsums are small, stackable plush toys that won’t break the bank (starting at $4.95). If they’re more into playing pretend, try an Iron Man and War Machine mask set ($24.95).
— Disney M. K. Blog (@DMK_Blog) September 1, 2015
For The Chef
For The Fashionable Women
Nerdy women don’t have to settle for unisex T-shirts just to show their fan pride anymore. HerUniverse has a great selection of just women’s clothing options, including a Captain America cardigan ($35) and a S.H.I.E.L.D./Hydra tank top ($25). WeLoveFine also has a variety of fashion-forward options, like a Captain Marvel shrug sweater ($44) or a Hawkeye dress ($30).
For The Collector
If they love the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Phase Two Blu-ray box set ($184.99) is probably on their wish list. It includes all six movies from Phase Two and hours of bonus content. If you’re on a budget, try a Funko Pop vinyl figure (starts at $9.95).
— Jay Thomas (@WordsoftheJay) November 7, 2015
For Everyday Nerd Gear
To incorporate a little Marvel flair into your loved one’s life, try giving them something they’ll use regularly. An X-Men watch ($34.99) is a nice accessory. A Marvel Comics messenger bag ($39.95) or wallet ($24.98) can be brought anywhere. A Daredevil coffee mug ($19.95) is also something that most people would be able to use daily.