Darth Vader Toast – For the toast-loving sci-fi fan; Darth Vader’s head imprints the Star Wars logo into the side of each slice and browns the edges. $50, Hammacher.
An Affordable Raymond Pettibon – Buy To Wit, a book chronicling the artist’s temporary studio in the David Zwirner Gallery last summer, so you can tear out the pages and frame them. $45, Artbook.
Laura Palmer – Every episode of Twin Peaks in high-def Blu-ray, plus hours of never-seen material to watch 20 (more) times before the epic 2016 return. $85, Amazon.
Walking Dead Pinball Machine – Players fight to survive the zombie apocalypse with the latest from Stern, one of the last companies still making pinball machines. $5,995, Stern Pinball.
The Swing, Signed – A framed print of Genieve Figgis’s The Swing After Fragonard, with signed certificate. $650, email firstname.lastname@example.org
A Photographic Journey – The political unrest, the carcass-eating polar bears — it’s all in these National Geographic photo essays spanning all seven continents $499 at Amazon.
Here are some of the gifts I liked , but here you can see all the suggestions – http://www.vulture.com/2014/11/pop-culture-gift-guide.html?mid=facebook_vulture#