'Supernatural' holiday gift guide: Hunting knives, anti-possession tattoos, and a 1967 Chevy ImpalaAdd to Favorites | Supernatural
The holidays are approaching fast and it's time to start thinking about what gifts you're going to buy for all your loved ones this year. If you can't think of what to get for all the "Supernatural" fans in your life, we've got your back.
Follow along with Zap2it's holiday gift guide to find that perfect treat for your favorite hunter-in-training friend or family member. And hey, we won't judge if you do a little bit of shopping for yourself too.
Gifts under $50:
"Supernatural: Bobby Singer's Guide to Hunting" paperback book ($9.95) - The perfect gift for your favorite hunter-in-training, this companion guide to the series is written in Bobby's voice and is all about how to hunt. It also expands on Bobby's backstory while staying true to the series' mythology.
Sam, Dean, and Castiel Pop! vinyl figures ($14.66) - Pop! finally delved into "Supernatural" and started selling Sam, Dean, and Castiel figures. From Sam's flannel, to Dean's knife, to Castiel's trench coat, these figures are the perfect desk topper and stocking stuffer for any "Supernatural" fan.
Dean's amulet necklace ($19.95) - Sam gave Dean this necklace back when they were kids, and he didn't take it off until he was an adult, when Castiel revealed it was actually an amulet that could help Cas find God. Cas didn't find the elusive guy, but this necklace still looks awesome.
Anti-possession pentagram temporary tattoos ($3.99) - Protect your hunter-in-training with this set of five anti-possesion pentagram temporary tattoos. These will help anyone avoid being possessed by both demons and angels, since we've come to learn that neither can be trusted.
Kansas, "Leftoverture" album ($7.99) - The album has the classic unofficial "Supernatural" theme song, "Carry On Wayward Son," which is in every season finale montage.
Gifts under $100:
"Supernatural" Season 8 on DVD ($59.99) - We're well into Season 9 now, so it's safe to go back and relive the days when Sam didn't try to get Dean out of Purgatory, and before Castiel was tricked by Metatron into forcing all the angels to fall from heaven. And relive the rise and (heartbreaking) fall of Benny.
Gifts $100 and up:
"Supernatural" Seasons 1-6 DVD box set ($195.46) - For the ultimate "Supernatural" fan who wants to relive all the highs and lows of the first six seasons, or for the wannabe "Supernatural" fan who needs to binge the beginning of one of The CW's longest-running series, this DVD box set is the perfect gift.
Bear & Son Cutlery Bowie Knives ($150.99) - These collector's knives not only look good, but they also do well in fighting off any supernatural foe that may come calling.
Double barrel sawed-off shotgun replica ($139.00) - A hunter-in-training needs his or her weapon in fighting against demons, angels, werewolves, ghosts, etc. Just remind them that they need salt rounds if they want to stay alive (and that this gun is just a replica ...).
1967 Chevrolet Impala ($19,995) - If you really want to show your "Supernatural" fan some love, there's no better gift than giving them their own Baby. It's certainly an investment, but it's worth it."Supernatural" airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on The CW.