Marvel and DC swag for your hizzouse! #Shopping#comics#home goods October 4 | Guest post by Niki I love the Avengers. I love Batman. I'd say at this point in time my tastes run about 52% Marvel, 42% DC with the remainder going to independent publishers like SLG. What I don't currently have is a lot of swag to back that up. I'm repping the good Doctor and my Hufflepuff pride (Huzzah!) plenty in my home. But what, oh great internet, can I (and you!) buy for my house that is DC or Marvel-related? Boy, my wallet (and possibly my marriage, because I'm pretty sure I'm leaving my husband for this Batman cookie jar) was NOT ready for the answer to this question… Mjolnir bottle opener. For the God of Drink in your household. Or perhaps you're a Wonder Woman in the kitchen or at the grill? I found this Marvel ice tray while looking high and low for Mr. Freeze ice cube trays, trust me on this. Oh the puns we could have had… Okay, so there is a lot of kitchen stuff out there. I haven't even touched the "mugs and glassware" section because that is huge enough to be its own post. But what if you don't want your comic nerdery simply confined to the kitchen? This light. I want it. Possibly in my bathroom, so I can stare at Iron Man while I pee in the middle of the night. I have always, always loved chess sets. They are fun to play AND make for stylish decor when left set up! I think having this chess set in my apartment would clearly make me Classy with a capital C. Or maybe you're just keen on saving the planet! This is by far my favorite thing I have ever seen. You would not believe how many movies released/do release framed film cells! They come in all sizes, from single-cell bookmarks to huge multiple-cell displays. So how do you represent your comic book love at home? Posters? Lego displays? Cuddly Hulk toys? I wanna know! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Guest post written by Niki Niki lives the housewife life in an apartment in Melbourne, Australia. She has seen the Avengers way too many times and would like to Tell You About Homestuck. http://pinterest.com/vacantmuse/ PREVIOUS Meet Eliza Brownhome: a 1974 Bluebird school bus that houses a family of five NEXT Great idea: Frame your earrings and hang 'em on the wall Show/Hide comments [ 14 ] I was going to request a Batman Swag post! So excited to see what else gets posted! Reply My husband and I are lovers of comic art and long time comic book collectors. We proudly display Original comic book art that we buy from comic artists at comic conventions, as well as limited edition prints. For us this is fun because it makes our home feel like a sequential art gallery. We also have a whole room in our house dubbed "the comic book room" because it's full of our extremely large comic book collection. We also display our statues and action figures in this room as well as in our china hutch, which has no china in it at all. 1 agrees Reply Us too! I haven't updated my apartment photos in awhile, but we have a ton of original art (as well as a bunch of framed prints). I love showing the photos of the commissions framed on our walls to the artists next time we see them, they love that it gets displayed! The few I do have photos of: – Commissions by David Mack in our bedroom entryway: http://flic.kr/p/9qd8rS – Josh Howard in our front entryway: http://flic.kr/p/9q9RTg – Amanda Connor prints in our livingroom: http://flic.kr/p/9qdgwE 1 agrees Reply David Mack commissions! I am jealous. Reply yay it's up!!! sorry to whoever got the job of googling Homestuck. heh. Reply BWAHAHA! Oh that was me, and that was an awesome surprise. 😉 Reply I actually need a "what do I do with a really cool comic book collection that just sit on a shelf getting dusty and lame?" post. Maybe it has been done before, I'll have to go search the archives. These are great though! I do love that Iron Man light 😀 Reply Indeed there have been: http://offbeathome.com/2011/03/storing-comic-books http://offbeathome.com/2011/09/storage-made-especially-for-your-comic-books-the-comic-tomb-solves-the-problem-of-backissues Reply Ahh! Thanks for doing the legwork for my lazy ass. Haha you rock Anie! Reply Hehe, I think it is funny that my comment is awaiting moderation because it has links even though BOTH links are to *this* blog 😛 Just to keep this post on topic, Batman lamp (terrible picture, cool looking product): http://www.etsy.com/listing/74204754/batman-touch-lamp-14-x-8-new?ref=sr_gallery_19&ga_search_query=batman&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_ship_to=US&ga_min=0&ga_max=0&ga_page=2&ga_search_type=all Reply End Table: http://www.etsy.com/listing/105985256/revintaged-comic-book-side-table?ref=sr_gallery_15&ga_search_query=batman&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_ship_to=US&ga_min=0&ga_max=0&ga_page=5&ga_search_type=all Reply Yeah, Akismet (our anti-spam plugin) isn't quite smart enough to know if the links are internal or external… if there are more than two, you get moderated until we can approve. Reply Aside from our art all over the walls (comment above) and statues, we also collect glasses from Toon Tumblers at every con: http://flic.kr/p/9qddX1 And then the in-laws found these shot glass gems as a Christmas gift last year: http://flic.kr/p/9qdeN5 Reply I love the designs on the Toon Tumblers, I just wish their logo and url on the reverse wasn't so frikkin' huge. Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.