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20 Father's Day Gifts That Comic Book Lovers Will Totally Geek Out Over
Dads are not only loving, strong, male role models but like everyone else, they have some interesting quirks. Does anyone else's dad have a half sleeve tattoo of Thor, The God Of Thunder? Yes, there are many men out there who love comic books. The colors and storyline bring out the child in them. With Father's Day coming up what better way to celebrate your dad than by getting him a gift that he will love? Surprise him with a comic book-themed gift for Father's Day, and watch him totally geek out.
You can choose from a Superman mug, or Captain America cufflinks, for starters. There are so many unique items out there that your dad will love. You can even get him a figurine — no matter what their age is, men still love action figures. Whatever it is that you get, make sure it is their favorite superhero. The most important thing is not to mix up the Avengers with the Justice League. Yes, they are not all the same. If you want to have a bonding moment, ask your dad the difference. I'm sure they will love to take you through the comic book world. Or you can impress him by schooling him with some knowledge yourself. Here's some basic comic book trivia for you: Marvel is the publisher of The Avengers, and the Justice League is part of the DC Comics family. There. Now you're basically a pro.
These superhero cufflinks will not only spice up dad's wardrobe, but it will bring a little bit of their personality into their look too. If dad's a superhero fan, he'll love rocking this subtle tribute to his favorite crime-fighting hero.
If there is one thing we know, it's that some men are never too old for toys. I'm sorry, my bad — this is not a toy; it's a shield for protection. Let your father feel like he is protector of all with this Captain America shield.
A print is an affordable, fast, and easy gift that your dad will appreciate. All you need to do is pick one of your father's favorite comic book character and head over to Ikea or Michaels to get it framed.