It's no secret that we here at Mashable are huge nerds. From lining up for latest tech and seeing the latest Star Wars movie on opening night to catching Pokémon to losing ourselves in our favorite comic books, we indulge our nerdiness on a daily basis.
We have a feeling you and your friends share these tendencies, which is why we've rounded up a monster list of gift ideas to satisfy all of the superfans in your life.
Here's our list of gift ideas for every kind of geek.
For the Star Wars geek
For the friend still trying to process their emotions after watching The Last Jedi, Star Wars gifts are might be the perfect therapy for all those feels.
Porgs. 'Nuff said. This electronic and too-cute-to-handle electronic plush Porg is sure to win over many a heart — even if they're on the Dark Side.
The Special Edition BB-8 Sphero and Force Band is the perfect gift for kids or adults — because who wouldn't want to control a droid and feel as powerful as Rey?
Gifting to a music-loving Star Wars addict? This Death Star Bluetooth speaker projects sound in 360 degrees for up to five hours while it seemingly defies gravity by floating above the base. We know it works via super strong magnets, but we can all just pretend it's the Force.
If your Secret Santa received a new iPhone this season (or if they just have a bad habit of dropping their phone), these five Star Wars Otterbox cases offer Jedi-worthy protection while discreetly displaying a love for Star Wars to the world.
Our favorite droid is happy to help humans wake up in the morning. Mix coffee grounds and boiling water, let him rest, plunge, and voilà: four cups of hot java. With a glass body and recently updated all-metal assembly, the R2-D2 French Coffee Press is in first-class condition.
For the Star Trek geek
Trekkies, rejoice. Star Trek continues to stay relevant thanks to the recent release of >Star Trek: Discovery and the news that Quentin Tarantino will step into the director's chair for the next movie. There's no better way to celebrate the Enterprise's latest voyages with some Star Trek gift ideas.
This Bluetooth communicator seriously looks like an exact replica of the one from the original series. The handset works with any Bluetooth enabled phone, can function as a wireless speaker, and features 20 voice clips from the show.
The Next Generation varsity hooded jackets are the perfect way to let your geek colors fly while keeping warm. Get a red Command hoodie, blue Science hoodie, or a gold Operations hoodie depending on who which TNG Starfleet crew member you like best. The jackets have a few different Starfleet patches stitched throughout and the hood is removable.
Refreshments are necessary for any viewing party. Set them down on these fancy USS Enterprise NCC-1701 coasters. As a set of six, each coaster features a different layer of the original Enterprise vessel from The Original Series. When stacked on top of each other, they create a neat 3D image of the entire ship.
If you're having a Discovery marathon, chances are you're streaming it home in your jammies. Why not make those pajamas Trekkie-approved by slipping into these comfy, cotton pajama pants? Bonus: they have pockets.
For the Game of Thrones geek
We hear you Khaleesi. Season 8 of Game of Thrones continues to elude us, but we can always fill the gap with some awesome GoT swag while we wait.
This board game has players join the Night's Watch as they build settlements across the North and defend the Seven Realms from the army of the dead in this A Song of Ice and Fire version of Catan.
The biggest and most badass of Dany’s dragons now comes bite-sized and glows in the dark. Originally a 2017 San Diego Comic-Con exclusive, ThinkGeek has their own supply so you can take one home.
The ferocious direwolf sigil of House Stark is situated in a ring of light, giving it an ominous glow to guide you through your own Night's Watch — or just a trip to the bathroom.
This foam sword replicates Brienne’s Valyrian steel sword, Oathkeeper. It’s perfect for all of your cosplay purposes or for that Game of Thrones-themed D&D campaign.
This awesome backpack is dressed up like Jon Snow. It’s decorated with a faux fur flap and tons of pockets so you can stock up on supplies for your trips beyond Westeros. The underside of the flap even has the Night’s Watch oath etched into it.
For the Harry Potter geek
Still obsessed with Harry Potter? After all this time? Always. And if you're anything like us, you'll want to indulge your love for the boy who lived with some awesome swag.
Stay warm with Hogwarts-themed comforters. You can even choose a design from your favorite Hogwarts house so you can stick true to your Pottermore results.
The wizarding world's most popular broom can now be yours in all of its life-sized glory. It's a really cool replica, but we wouldn't suggest trying to chase down any golden snitches just yet.
Having a real pet owl might not be the best idea, but this Hedwig Owl Mug is the next best thing, and is sure to make coffee or tea that much more magical.
Or perhaps one of these Harry Potter color changing mugs would do the trick.
If you prefer to spend your life in the land of Hyrule, then we can hook you up with some sweet Zelda swag. Just make sure there's enough room in your inventory.
With power, courage, and wisdom in your heart, this Triforce light can shine brightly. This USB-powered light even displays the royal Wingcrest on adjacent walls.
Take a ride on the Nintendo nostalgia hype train while jamming on your very own Ocarina of Time. This is fully electronic and features two modes. Classic Mode lets you unlock hidden songs by playing a specific six-button tune while Free-Play Mode allows you to play your own melodies.
It's a classic game combined with a classic game. This special edition of Clue replaces a murder mystery with a quest to discover which player has the power to defeat the evil Ganondorf.
It's cold out there, and this super soft Nintendo Zelda 8-Bit beanie is something your Zelda-obsessed friend is sure to get a ton of use out of. Who could say no to those adorable Links?
Perfect as a functional and nerdy paperweight, this lets you wield Link's Master Sword to slice away at pesky envelopes. Probably not very helpful against Ganondorf, though. Save up to 45% on this $20 nerdy letter opener.
For the Minecraft geek
As the Lego of the gaming world, Minecraft persists as a time-honored classic that engages our creativity. Why not deck someone out with some Minecraft gifts so they can show off their obsession?
Redstone torches are integral to just about any Minecraft construct, so equip yourself with this real world replica. You can either use it as a lamp or take it with you on scavenging adventures.
If you're still trying to craft more equipment, why not get two in one? This transforming weapon easily switches from a sword to a pickaxe with a simple slide for double the action.
Taking on a horde of withers isn't the most fun, but fidgeting with them sure is. Take this wither fidget toy for spin to alleviate stress and boredom.
If spinners aren't really your thing, then maybe a fidget cube is. This Minecraft-themed fidget cube has six different sides featuring six different gadgets for you to fiddle with. Each side also has different Minecraft elements to it like a Pig you can slide and a Creeper you can push.
For the Pokémon geek
We've been trying to catch 'em all since the '90s, and thanks to the release of Pokémon Go, this franchise is still alive and well. Check out some of the stuff you can get for your fellow trainers.
Bluetooth speakers are all the rage, but if you want to purchase the very best (ha, get it?) for your Pokémon-obsessed friend, this Poké Ball Bluetooth Speaker is your answer. Stream music from a Bluetooth enabled device or answer phone calls — just don't throw it and try to catch something.
If you know a Pokemon addict who has a love for dressing up, this Bulbasaur Evolution button-up shirt is the perfect way for them to showcase their obsession while still looking business casual for work.
Get them a book they won't be able to put down: The Pokemon Deluxe Essential Handbook contains statistics, facts, and other important evolution and battling info on, wait for it, 700 Pokémon. It's basically the ultimate training manual.
Not all Poké Balls have to carry Pokémon — this one is for your keys, wallet, phone, and possibly a game console for constant access to Pokémon games. This adorable heart-shaped Poké Ball bag is perfect for the geek in your life who has a passion for fashion.
For a little critter that never wants to stay inside of a Pokéball, this Pikachu sure loves staying in this coin bank. This Pokémon version of an itazura bank features a Pikachu that swipes coins, and even talks as it takes them. It's $40, but you can save 25% on it today.
For the nostalgic geek
Consoles and PCs definitely do it for us, but there's nothing like the nostalgia of spending your hard-earned quarters at the arcade. Recall the gaming of your childhood with these awesome retro gaming gift ideas.
Travel back in time when you snag these '80s-style arcade games that fit in the palm of your hand. Choose from Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, and Space Invaders, complete with two buttons and a retro joystick.
Thinkgeek also has some other mini arcade games, still complete with authentic sounds, that beloved joystick, and all of the throwback vibes you could ever want. Choose from Asteroids, Q'bert, Centipede, and Frogger.
Combine a love for vintage gaming wth current Netflix obsession Stranger Things. This shirt is bound to satisfy multiple levels of geek.
If you've got a friend who can't seem to give up their old Nintendo cartridges, just know that a handheld, portable pocket SNES exists. With an almost identical look to the original SNES console all the way down to the buttons and colors, the is every nostalgic gamer's dream — so those old cartridges can be played anywhere.
For the Marvel Geek
It's almost time to gear up for Infinity War, and there's plenty of Marvel gear to go around. Whether you're devoted to Captain America patriotism and think that Baby Groot is about the cutest thing you've ever seen, then we have the goods for you.
Though not made from vibranium, the shield design is hard plastic and it's got plenty of zippers and pockets for storage.
This interactive, app-enabled statue responds to tons voice commands. You'll probably spend hours checking out all of his hidden features, and you'll have a blast doing it.
Showing off your geeky glory at the gym can be pretty empowering. Stand out in this Natasha Romanoff-approved athletic tank.
Celebrate your favorite talking tree with this USB car charger shaped like a baby Groot. It includes two charging ports and will dance along to music.
Who wouldn't want to dress up as the merc with a mouth? This stylish sports jacket is waterproof and makes you look killer, pun sort of intended.
Honor your newfound love for Marvel's goddess of death with this handbag styled after her epic armor.
For the DC geek
Saving the world is hard work. For anyone who grew up with the Dark Knight, Diana of Themyscira, or any DC character as their hero, this is the DC swag they'll love.
It isn't exactly WayneTech, but this Batman wallet is a great geeky way to hold on to all of your cards and cash. It fits three different slots for cards and a money clip to keep your bills secure. Never leave the cave without it.
These over-the-ear headphones have Wonder Woman's signature logo and star-spangled designs that any true Amazon will appreciate.
You deserve cooler looking display toys than FunKo Pops, and these Herocross DC Metal figures can do just the trick. The Superman and Batman figures are fully poseable and come with their own accessories.
If you're working out of Star Labs and keeping nefarious metahumans restrained, then you'll need the business card case to prove it. This sleek looking case is emblazoned with the Star Labs logo and can be a subtle piece of nerdiness to add to your business casual schmoozing. It's typically $25, but you can save up to 36% on it right now.
This projector can be mounted into the ground and displays the infamous Batsignal on the side of your house — although you can also set it up indoors. It probably won't call the Dark Knight to your front lawn since it's not GCPD-sanctioned, but it's still a neat way to show Bruce — I mean, Batman — some love.