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  1. Get Equipped With Geeky Goodies With the Brand New “Power Up Box” Subscription Service

    You are now hearing the Mario Kart 64 item scroll sound in your head.

    A brand new, monthly merchandise subscription box service has just launched, and we got our hands on the very first Power Up Box so you can check out what's inside!

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  2. Children’s Place Responds Terribly To Complaints Of Gamora-Less Guardians Shirt

    You should have learned.

    Hey, Children's Place, you know what's maybe not a good reason for leaving the only female character for a popular superhero movie off of the merchandise for that movie? This one you used right here. 

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  3. You (Yes, You!) Can Get A Singing Telegram From Titus Andronicus Frontman Patrick Stickles

    You can get a CD, a T-shirt, or a singing telegram from the lead singer from the the band's online store.

    You all have checked out Titus Andronicus, right? No, not the ultra-violent Shakespeare play -- though fairness where it's due, Julie Taymor's adaptation of that work is amazing and totally worth your time. The Titus Andronicus we're talking about it the Brooklyn-based, Jersey-bred rock outfit whose third full-length, Local Business, was one of the best reviewed releases of 2012. That's no surprise, as it comes on the heels of two other critically acclaimed and totally excellent albums, The Airing of Grievances and The Monitor. What is surprising is the latest piece of merchandise -- if you can call it that? --  that appeared on the band's site recently. For just $50, frontman Patrick Stickles will come to your house and sing you a song, so long as you live in New Jersey, New York, or Long Island. 

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  4. Here Are Some Things You Can Buy Now That Disney Owns Star Wars

    In a move not unlike the scene where Yogurt shills all that Space Balls merchandise, yesterday Disney pulled back the curtain on some of the items that will be on sale as part of their Star Wars Weekends. As you may have guessed, a lot of it is mouse-shaped and a little silly, but some of it I really, really want to own.

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  5. We Are Totally Drooling Over These Hobbit Moleskines

    Okay, I don't usually go in for movie-branded gear around here, mostly because I'm no longer a six-year-old. It's among the many reasons that I'll be avoiding the inevitable and nightmarish gut-trauma that is one of Denny's Hobbit-themed meals this month -- that and an abiding respect for my colon. Every once in a while, though, there comes a product that, against our better judgment, we just have to say a resounding yes to. These Hobbit-branded Moleskine notebooks are such a product, combining my love of all things Middle-Earth and my deep and lasting appreciation of a fine notebook into an item about which I can only mutter a defeated "Shut up and take my money."

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  6. Official Minecraft Store Launches Slew of New Shirts

    Mojang has just announced the opening of the official Minecraft store in collaboration with J!NX, bringing with it a whole slew of new shirts to celebrate your status as a master minecrafter. What is perhaps more important is the amazing shirt pictured above, with three faux-airbrushed creepers and a single blocky moon in the distance. Of course "Three Creeper Moon" is not the only one by far. More below:

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  7. Your Fridge is Crying Out for Minecraft Magnets

    You love Minecraft, but you can't always be at your computer constructing/destroying edifices and fleeing from crudely shaped monsters. For those times, ThinkGeek has brought us the officially licensed and blessed-by-Notch Minecraft magnets. Though the principle behind their function remains a miraculous mystery, these magnetic squares allow you to plan your next Minecraft creation or construct blocky cutaway views against most metallic surfaces. Of course, you'll have to wait until magnets 1.3 for leaf decay, but it's never been easier to find gold or make bookshelves. The only thing you have to watch out for is your creations being destroyed by Creepers (aka. your room-mate Phil). (ThinkGeek via NotCot)

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