Experts Share Pop Culture Themed Holiday Presents
New York City, New York Feb 14, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - New York- Unsure what shiny pebble to give your geeky Valentine this year? Fret no more, City News Syndicate has scoured fandom and assembled the four best gifts for your pop-culture-loving special someone to spark pon farr. The majority of the City News Syndicate staff voted on the suggested items (the IT team was unexpectedly vocal) and the top items are:
- Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein 2-Pack (in Valentine's Day Box) by Super 7: This amazing set comes in a special heart-shaped box and truly shows you are made for each other. https://tinyurl.com/ycx65csv
- 89 Batman: Modular Utility Grapnel Set by Paragon FX Group: This museum-quality, screen-accurate prop is the perfect memento for anyone who likes to run around at night in a skin-tight suit. https://tinyurl.com/kc2juh9j
- Ultimate Chucky by Trick Or Treat Studios: This life-size killer doll is praised by collectors as the most screen accurate ever produced. The perfect gift for the Tiffany or Andy in your life. https://tinyurl.com/3w3cuhv4
- Skeletor's Sword Limited Edition Prop Replica by Factory Entertainment: This life-size (40 inches) real metal sword is the dream of any Masters Of The Universe fan who ever held a cardboard tube aloft and yelled "I have the power!". https://tinyurl.com/bdh5tz6v
Pro-tip: Many retailers prey upon last-minute shoppers who don't know what to buy and simply gravitate towards anything red, acting under the mistaken belief that red=Valentine. While a fire extinguisher is indeed a practical and potentially life-saving gift, and may indeed be red, chances are it will not be appreciated as a romantic gift (despite the vast opportunities for an attached card reading "You've set my heart afire!" or "I'm smoldering for you!"). Don't shop last minute and if you do, shop with purpose, don't simply buy an item based on color or proximity to a cardboard heart in a drugstore.
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