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Back in 2008, Pac-Man was the most recognized video game character, according to the Davie Brown Celebrity Index. Pac-Man scored an A, recognized by 94 percent of U.S. consumers. Considering he’s fictional competing on a list against real-life celebrities, we think the yellow guy ain’t doin’ bad for himself.

So you can be pretty sure that most everybody who sees you sporting this backpack will get it. With a screen from Pac-Man printed on the 600 Denier polyester and a gold overlay mimicking Pac-Man’s open jaws, this is a loud shout-out to retro video games and arcades everywhere. It has plenty of pockets for hiding your own personal power pellets, whether they come in the form of water bottles, caffeinated candies, or energy shots. And, of course, it has a padded laptop / tablet sleeve in the main compartment, because we know that in life sometimes the maze gets a little bumpy.

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DC Batman Ombre Leggings

Commissioner Gordon summoned Batman by shining the Bat Signal up into the night sky. That’s how he and Robin knew it was time to flip open Shakespeare and head to the Bat Cave.

Marvel Thor Mjolnir Ceramic Sculpted Mug

When you have dire plans for destiny, the last thing you need is substandard coffee. (Or, Odin-forbid, decaf!)

Star Wars Imperial Chandelier Earrings

Clothing is all about communicating your power to others, apparently. Power suit. Power tie. Go with the fear side of the Machiavelli equation with these earrings. After all, what better way to make people fear you than with a bold display of your loyalty to the Galactic Empire? As they say, the Empire’s rule is more about fear of the Force than the Force itself. Is there a chance that people won’t even know what this symbol is? Maybe. But anyone who is anyone important will know, and they will know to be afraid.