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Sharknado is a legend among craptastic movies, and now it’s also a purse thanks to Fashionably Geek reader Elyse, who made it herself for Phoenix Comic Con:

“I made a Sharknado purse for the occasion, complete with plastic sharks. I was inspired by the movie (so bad it’s good) to make a purse so hideous that it’s actually cute. I don’t know if I succeeded but I had fun making it.

I think she succeeded on both fronts. She was also witness to a little cosplaying for Wreck It Ralph and Bioshock.

See the cosplay pictures after the break.

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Who couldn’t use a few extra hugs, especially when they come from an adorable plush octopus backpack? Tumblr user Jen made this backpack but, sadly, it is not for sale. So you’ll just have to love him from afar and be jealous of all the octopus hugs she’s getting.

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We all know it’s dangerous to go alone. The best way to protect yourself is to wear as many Legend of Zelda-inspired accessories possible, and you can start with this Deku shield bag by Geeky U. It’s handcrafted from heavy and sturdy fabrics so it will last through multiple adventures. The Deku shield front is an embroidered applique.

If you don’t think the size of this bag is quite right, reach out to Geeky U and place a custom order.

See the back of the bag after the break.

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trek purse

There is no trouble but there are Tribbles in the form of a key fob that also includes a Delta charm on this Star Trek: The Original Series purse. This nylon fabric purse measures 12-inches long x 9-inches tall x 5 1/4-inches wide with an all-over print featuring tthe original cast, phasers, ships and even communicators. Preorder now for delivery in August.

Product Page ($49.99 via GeekAlerts)

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So, you’ve escaped the maniacal mobile pincer grasps of GLaDOS and finished Portal 2. Good for you. Celebrate your ability to outwit insane robots by picking up this officially licensed Portal 2 Aperture Laboratories messenger bag. It features Aperture’s distinct ’80s logo, a front pocket for small items, a phone pocket, and enough space to hold two defective turrets and a whole lot of real confetti. The flap also features Portal instructional diagrams too. Sadly, the bag does not come with cake. Bummer.

I’ve got a surprise for you after this next test. Not a fake, tragic surprise like last time. A real surprise, with tragic consequences. And real confetti this time. The good stuff. Our last bag. Part of me’s going to miss it, I guess-but at the end of the day it was just taking up space.
- GLaDOS, Portal 2

Take a look at some more pics after the break…

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tribble coin purse

Tribbles are one of the most adorable creatures from science fiction television. The small bundles of fur and fluff from Star Trek: The Original Series are hard to resist, especially if you can get one that you know won’t reproduce – like this tribble coin purse. It’s perfect tribble size at just 4.5 inches wide and 3.5 inches tall, and it will keep your change and other necessities safe and sound.

Pre-order now to get a tribble of your own in June.

Product Page ($12.99 via Geek Alerts)

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Beam me up, Scotty, I need a new bag, and this Star Trek Uhura makeup bag is just the thing. This eye-catching, asymmetrical foldover design was inspired by Uhura’s red uniform. It has her signature and a Delta shield zipper pull. If you don’t need to store cosmetics, consider using this 7.5-inch wide by 4-inches tall bag as your purse or as a bag to store charging cables and electronics in when you travel. I mean, really, Uhura would like it if you used it to keep your communication devices safe.

Pre-order now to get the snazzy bag in June.

Product Page ($24.99 via Geek Alerts)

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She may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts… actually, this Millennium Falcon backpack can’t be called a hunk of junk. It’s a cool new design from Bioworld featuring the iconic spaceship, and it’s even got the Rebel Alliance symbol on the back.

And it’s not their only new Star Wars backpack! They’ve also got a classy Boba Fett backpack and a Chewbacca messenger style backpack. How many bags is too many for me to own?

Check out Boba Fett and Chewie bags after the break.

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tricorder purse

Whether it’s time to beam down to a foreign planet for your next away mission or to visit a new city for a convention, don’t forget your tricorder messenger bag! This Star Trek Tricorder Replica Small Messenger Bag won’t scan for life forms, but it will keep your essentials safely tucked away. Since it’s a cross body style bag, it’s sure to be comfortable to wear.

I like that this bag is a mix of stylish and functional. You could wear it with a Star Trek costume or incorporate it into your daily wardrobe. It has a built in mirror, and the front pockets even have replica details. The bag measures 8.75 inches tall by 6 inches wide by 2.75 inches long. That’s just enough room for the basics.

Pre-order now to receive the tricorder purse in June.

Product Page ($39.99 via Geek Alerts)

adipose change purse

Have loose coins rolling around the bottom of your purse? Remedy that problem with an adorable, squishable Adipose change purse. The creature from Doctor Who may be made of fat, but this wallet isn’t – it’s silicone! Known as the Adi-Purse, this two inch tall purse with a snap closure would be ideal for change or even a few hair-saving accessories like ponytail holders and bobby pins.

Product Page ($15.99 via Geek Alerts)