Bags

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These fantastic bags by MacGuffin Designs help define your fandom for the masses. Each features a definition for things like Cumberbitch, Hiddlestoner, and Superwholock. There are also matching wallets so you can make the look complete.

See Also: More delightfully nerdy bags

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If you’re going to cosplay KiKi, you’re going to need a delivery bag and Jiji. Since bringing cats to conventions is generally not allowed, may we suggest this Studio Ghibli Kiki’s Delivery Service Jiji Cosplay Bag from Hot Topic? The nice thing here is that you can use it for cosplay or for general use. It’s pretty stinkin’ cute to boot.

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I was thinking that it might be mean to make super cute totes about the tiny arms of a T-Rex, but then I realize that I’m pretty bad at some of these things even with normal arms and that a real T-Rex would eat me.

Sometimes, fanciful recreations are much more fun than the real thing.

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This R2-D2 messenger bag is the perfect way to carry all your galactic goods. It measures 37.5cm x 27.5cm x 13.5cm and has an allover print that makes it look like everyone’s favorite astromech.

Product Page ($49 via Gamefreaks)

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If you’re living in the Star Wars universe, it may not always be a good idea to go traveling with something that immediately identifies whether you’re in The Empire or The Rebel Alliance – but since we don’t need to worry those things, here’s a perfect chance to show your allegiance and have a very cool travel bag at the same time.

I’ve gotta say—I really like the Rebel version. It’s a very cool design.

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This black and silver Zelda Skyward Sword messenger bag is just the thing for carrying everything you need on your next epic journey. It measures 15.5″ wide x 11.75″ high x 4″ deep and is an officially licensed Nintendo product. It’s big enough for laptops up to 15″ wide with two large inner pockets including one with a Velcro closure that’s perfect for that laptop. It also has an adjustable shoulder strap, hanging strap, large mesh zippered pocket, large rear zippered pocket and a side slip in pocket.

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You can never have too many bags, and ThinkGeek has two exclusive designs that you might need to add to your collection. The satchel-style purses feature a repeating pixelated pattern of 8-bit swords, hearts, flasks, books, and robots in bright colors. You can choose between white or black faux leather for the background – the symbols look great with both. The bags have double handles and look as though they have plenty of room for your essentials.

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The store is called Blame Betty and, now that I’ve visited, I can see why — because I’m going to need to Blame Betty for sucking all the money out of my bank account with these seriously kick ass Star Wars bags and wallets.

In all seriousness, I was reduced to grabby hands and whimpering noises when I saw them.

Both the bags and the wallets come in a vintage tattoo Star Wars design or a sugar skull Darth Vader design. They’re estimated to arrive in November, but they’re available for pre-order now.

Product Page: $35 (wallets)/ $75 (bags)

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ThinkGeek just took their Bag of Holding concept to the next level with the new Backpack of Holding. The canvas bag is giant and full of places and pockets for you to hold all of your gear for classes, for a convention, or for an adventure. Seriously, Bilbo Baggins needed to have this bag with him on the way to the Lonely Mountain.

One of the coolest aspects is that the top flap can be unfolded to give the bag another 1.5 feet of space so you can carry rolled up posters or cosplay props. Here are all of the important specs:

Brown canvas backpack, designed and made by ThinkGeek!
Chrome d20 badge with “Bag of Holding” proudly printed on the flap
2 3/4″ wide shoulder straps with mesh back for wicking adjust from 19″ to 36″
Top handle for easy grab-and-go
Flap doubles as top of bag & can be unfolded to bring bag up to 2 ft. tall
Flap closes with 2 leather-reinforced, nylon quick-release buckles
Snaps on side of flap keep it in check
Edges of flap/bag reinforced with bias tape
External Dimensions: 18″ tall x 16″ wide x 7″ deep (24″ tall with top of bag unfolded)
Main compartment: 17 1/2″ tall x 11″ wide x 5″ deep
Padded tablet sleeve with hook and loop closure (inside main compartment): 12″ tall x wide x 10 1/2″ wide x 1″ deep (if you choose not to use the closure, this compartment could hold an object up to 17″ tall in standard backpack formation or 23″ tall with top of bag unfolded)
Four pockets (inside main compartment) to hold pens, phone, lipbalm, etc. (no closure, for use only when top of bag is unfolded)
1 zippered front compartment: 9″ wide x 6 1/2″ tall x 1 1/2″ deep
2 zippered side pockets: 4 1/2″ wide x 7 3/4″ high x 1 1/2″ deep

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Pixar’s Monsters, Inc. featured endearing characters and an enchanting setting. Monstropolis was a colorful and friendly place that I’d love to spend a weekend in, and while I can’t travel there, I can carry a little piece of the monster city around with me. Production designer Harley Jessup worked on the film, and his concept art appears on a new line of bags from LeSportsac. The collection features the residents and sights of Monstropolis and is printed on totes, makeup bags, purses, and more.

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