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Greetings, future residents of Gliese 581g!

Rules for New Earth: 1) No fancy clothes. T-shirts and jeans for everything. 2) Halloween every Saturday. After the blood, sweat, and monkey tears it takes to make our costumes, they should spend more time out and about and less time in a dark closet. Of course, this will be after we genetically modify ourselves so chocolate is as nutritious as an apple. We've thought of everything, you see.

But for now, while we're here on boring Old Earth, we've collected some pretty awesome Halloween swag for you. Put on your robe and wizard hat and celebrate with us!

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Scary Greeting Card ATTACK! - Scare the crap outta your "friends"

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Sometimes a real "Thank You" is in order. Like when one of your co-workers leaves your personal coffee cup unwashed in the sink, or maybe when your boss guilts you into working the weekend. Better use the Scary Greeting Card ATTACK! This innocuous looking Thank You card hides a terrible secret. Address it anonymously to your victim and place it on their desk. When your good pal opens the card he/she is treated to a horrific image and a piercing scream to scare the crap out of them. It's just like one of those scary maze prank videos... just far more satisfying. $7.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/cubegoodies/e20b/

Build-a-Zombie 2011 Paper Craft Calendar - DIY Zombies

Calendars can contain neat things like dates and reminders and sometimes cute pictures of kitties. But many times they are dull as non-glossy paint. Well, time to put the "fun" back into "calendar." See, each month features a different zombie design graphic, AND an actual paper craft zombie to build! Twelve months in a year, twelve different zombie paper craft zombies to construct. Funny how that works out. And some of the zombies come with accessories, too. Because what good is a zombie child without a really creepy teddy bear? Exactly: braaaaains. $14.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/books/scifi/dd54/

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Adult Mario and Luigi Nintendo Costumes - For big kids

If your images were on you'd see Adult Mario and Luigi Nintendo Costumes - For big kids

We heard your complaints about not fitting into the kid-sized Mario & Luigi outfits, and we're delivering your dream Halloween! These Super Mario costumes have everything you and a friend need to be the plumber/princess-saving duo. Step into the red or green jumpsuit, slide in the potbelly (unless you've already grown a worthy one!), slip on the gloves, and slap on the hat and mustache and.... It's-a Mario! (Or-a Luigi. Someone please be Luigi. He's really way cooler than most people give him credit for.) A great Halloween costume set for best buddies--but not three-man wolf packs, at least, not until we get adult-sized Toad costumes. $36.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geek-kids/7-13-years/e604/

Predator Action Figures - They can hear you. Smell you. They see you!

When you have an iconic, terrifying monster, it's only natural to want to have it come back 20 years later in a new movie. Such was the case with Alien/Aliens, and now with Predator/Predators. And we are all about it. We love a good monster flick. The hunters in the new Predators movie are even more ruthless and deadly than the old ones. These fully-poseable 7" action figures include Classic Predator, Falconer Predator, and Berzerker Predator. $17.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/collectibles/e0eb/

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Zombie Head Cookie Jar - Insert yummy braainzz joke here

If your images were on you'd see Zombie Head Cookie Jar - <Insert yummy braainzz joke here>

Do you think that if zombies had enough presence of mind to cook, they'd bake things out of brains? We can imagine zombie bakeries, where they whip up brain-shaped cupcakes with frosting made from blended parietal lobe. This cookie jar--in stock soon!--is big enough to hold a small army's worth of cookie rations, if armies used cookie rations, which would be awesome. Just crack open this giant zombie head, reach inside, and grab some cookies. But not too many. You want to stay fit enough to do your cardio (rule #1). $39.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/kitchen/e2b2/

Ominous Visitor Shower Curtain - Perfect for isolated motels

Driving through the countryside is a tradition in America. Visitors passing through often stopped at roadside motels for the night, with a promise of a warm bed, soft pillow and a clean shower. The innkeepers are often charming people: kind, attentive, ever-watchful... often lurking right around the corner, just in case they're needed. You may not even know that they're there. Watching. Waiting. Sometimes with a knife, in case you need to carve a roast or something... in the shower. This PVC shower curtain is sure to remind you of such travels, and the horrible tales that come with them. $17.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/gear/e5b4/

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Star Wars Jedi Bathrobe/Gown - The Jedi Master abides

If your images were on you'd see Star Wars Jedi Bathrobe/Gown - The Jedi Master abides

When a Jedi isn't busy being a Jedi--gallivanting across the galaxy, negotiating trade disputes, or cutting the arms off of loudmouth bar patrons--they're often found at home, relaxing on their easy chairs and sipping on white russians. For a Jedi in repose, comfort is key, so when he lounges, he's often found in his soft terrycloth bathrobe. This sumptuous dressing gown is warm and luxurious, perfect for those strong with the Force who are taking a vacation, or going bowling, or having their Persian rugs cleaned. One size fits all, though Jawas may need a bit of alteration. $99.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/tshirts-apparel/miscellaneous/de79/

Gummy Brain - Two hemispheres of yum

Let's think a bit: how have humans learned what is good to eat? Answer: by watching what other animals eat and trying them--eating the animals, that is, and using what the animals ate as garnish. So, then, since zombies eat brains (and they eat a LOT of brains), brains must be good and safe to eat. So, ignore the garnish talk and eat some brains. But not just any brains: gummy brains! Upper and lower hemispheres in eerily pink gummy (strawberry flavored, yum) await your palate, complete with a little vial of candy blood (ooooh, cherry). Eat some Gummy Brains; they're disgustingly delicious! $9.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/caffeine/wacky-edibles/e5c0/

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Star Trek & Ghostbusters Kids Costumes - REPRESENT, parents!

If your images were on you'd see Star Trek & Ghostbusters Kids Costumes - REPRESENT, parents!

The window of time in which you get to pick your wee geek's Halloween costume is short and will be closed before you know it. If you want to bring a Jalepeno Baby to dinner at your favorite Mexican place, it has to be now. We offer you some deliciously geeky options for your wee geek's Halloween attire. For geeks under 2 years, we have adorable Star Trek outfits in Kirk and Spock flavors. For older geeklings (and fun-sized adults), we have Ghostbusters jumpsuits, complete with inflatable backpack. $21.99-$44.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/kids-costumes.shtml

Ghost Lamps - Illumination for the 8-bit crowd

As that yellow devil wanders around our beloved blue labyrinth, eating all of our pellets, it's up to us, the Living Spectres that haunt this place, to stop him. With little regard for our own well-being, we give chase, illuminating the way with the light of righteous indignation from our own bodies. Though he may occasionally beat us, we will ultimately prevail, for no matter how long we fight we only get faster. You too can prevent that canary criminal from eating you out of house and home. Use us to lend a protective glow to your room. $69.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/lights/e4a3/

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Gargantuan Skull - When horrible giants roamed the Earth

If your images were on you'd see Gargantuan Skull - When horrible giants roamed the Earth

In days past, monstrous beasts walked among us--horrifying creatures that fought with humanity for dwindling resources. Ultimately, however, we prevailed, and those evil creatures are nothing but bones and dust. Their only use now is to strike terror into the hearts of those unfortunate enough to approach. We've received a small consignment of skulls from those gargantuan demihumans from a source in Outer Does-not-existestan. They've been cleaned and sterilized, and we've readied them for display in your dungeon, torture chamber, or office workspace. $79.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/gear/e612/

Edible Insects - Extra protein, extra gross

The dictionary definition of delicacy is, and we paraphrase: unique stuff that only few people eat, normally because they are weird and like to gross other people out. Well, if you like delicacies, have we got some joy for you! Delight as other people squirm as you eat a whole, oven-baked tarantula (just don't forget to remove the fangs first). And if spiders ain't your thang, try some Giant Toasted Leafcutter Ants. At about an inch long, these ants are the world's largest leafcutter ants, and make delicious appetizers for your next party. Bon appetit! $24.99
http://www.thinkgeek.com/edible-bugs.shtml

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New T-Shirts !!

Team Van Helsing

Team Van Helsing
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I'm on a Worm

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Molar Mole

Molar Mole
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Molar Mole Babydoll

Molar Mole Babydoll
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End of Line

End of Line
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Skeleton Hoodie

Skeleton Hoodie
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Ninja Kitty Babydoll

Ninja Kitty Babydoll
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Eerie Halloween Thingies & Doodads

Eerie Halloween Thingies & Doodads

Japanese Electronic Blinking Eyeballs

Japanese Electronic Blinking Eyeballs
$34.99

Left For Dead Boomer Plush

Left For Dead Boomer Plush
$34.99

Glow in the Dark Zombie Mug

Glow in the Dark Zombie Mug
$9.99

Ten Little Zombies Book

Ten Little Zombies Book
$8.99

Halloween Shrinky Dinks

Halloween Shrinky Dinks
$16.99

Skullhub USB Hub

Skullhub USB Hub
$24.99

Weird Slime Laboratory For Kids

Weird Slime Laboratory For Kids
$16.99

Alchemy Recycled Messenger Bag

Alchemy Recycled Messenger Bag
$149.99

Fawkes and Codex

Fawkes and Codex "Highland Sextasy" Poster
$19.99

Geeky Magnetic Poetry

Geeky Magnetic Poetry
$11.99

24 Port USB Monster Hub

24 Port USB Monster Hub
$49.99

OLED Display Watch

OLED Display Watch
$119.00

The Power Ring

The Power Ring
$39.99

Dungeons & Dragons Essentials

Dungeons & Dragons Essentials "Red Box" Set
$19.99

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