Labyrinth Worm Plush
What a night. Her parents leave her to babysit her little brother, never bothering to ask if she had plans. Goblins come and take the poor boy away. And then, Sarah finds herself outside the Labyrinth, tasked with finding her way to the center or losing her baby brother forever! David Bowie sure can be mean. Once inside the Labyrinth, the first creature she meets is only referred to as "The Worm" (and no complaining, because she met Hoggle outside the Labyrinth)...
Doctor Who TARDIS Talking Cookie Jar
We don't know about you, but we miss the days when we lived alone. Back then, we could have a jar full of cookies and know exactly how many were left. Simple mathematics. 51 Oreos in a package, minus 2 before work, minus 2 when we got home, minus 2 after dinnner with a glass of cold milk. We knew that package of Oreos would last approximately 8.5 days. But now that we're saddled with significant others, roommates, and/or geeklings, the math gets complicated...
"There are some people who can create beautiful digital designs like magic. You give them a concept and *poof* awesomeness happens. There's some sketching in Illustrator, a little fiddling in Photoshop or some tweaking in GIMP, and voila. These folks, whom we'll call Pixel Angels, also come with the ability to sprinkle magic dust over other people's designs to make them better. We always knew there was something otherworldly about these people; we've seen them before waving their magic wand tools about. You just couldn't see their wings... until now. ""Pixel Angel"" printed on the front of a black, 100% cotton babydoll t-shirt. Wings on the back in blocky purples and pinks.1 1 Note from the ThinkGeek Legal department: Wings do not enable wearer to fly."
Star Trek Interactive Tribbles
In the 23rd century, an enterprising trader named Cyrano Jones procured an interesting and adorable little creature. These tiny furry beasties had a calming effect on the nervous systems of humanoids - well most humanoids, anyway. They were called tribbles. These tribbles, when they're not busy being cute and purring, were prodigious breeders. As one country-doctor once quipped, "Well, the nearest thing that I can figure is that they're born pregnant - which appears to be quite a time-saver!" In fact, their ability to multiply is so incredible, they can fill an entire cargo hold in three days - that's one million, seven-hundred seventy-one thousand, five hundred sixty one tribbles... assuming one tribble with an average litter of ten producing a new generation every twelve hours. That's some impressive breeding, right there. It would make any man want to high-five any tribble, except tribbles don't have arms. These tribbles, however, are genetically altered to be sterile. In fact, ThinkGeek will guarantee that, should our tribbles somehow begin to multiply, we will dispatch someone to remove the infestation from your starship or space-station - even if it takes seventeen-point-nine years.
Batman Ice Cube Tray
We'd say that Bruce Wayne uses these ice cubes when he throws a party, but that's probably a big fat lie. After all, that would give away his big secret. So we'll say that other people in Gotham who appreciate the good deeds of Batman probably use these when they throw parties. This silicone ice cube tray makes twelve bat insignia ice cubes. Not only are they the perfect addition to whatever you're drinking while reading the new Batman comics, they also look great in Halloween party drinks...