The Nerdiest Holiday Cards on the Internet This Holiday Season

It’s pretty obvious that nobody likes caroling with Yoda.  Oh, who am I kidding?  Whatever he wants, in whatever order, he can say.

If you wake up and your present is hovering over a small, pathetic tree, you better be thankful.  Hell, kids, I had to buy my own Nintendo when I was nine.

And under the tree on Christmas morn, were the very same droids he’d been looking for.

Why have a Christmas trek through the desert when you can have a Newtonmas Trek through space.

If you don’t have a Wreath of Khan on your door, you’re declaring war on Christmas.  By the way, if you haven’t read Night of the Living Trekkies, you really should.

Who is that up in the sky?  Apparently the TARDIS malfunctioned and needed alternative forms of propulsion.

North of Whoville lies the Mast…I mean, the Grinch.

This comic is courtesy of caycowa.deviantart.com, and I promise Caycowa will never be EXTERMINATED!!!

Let us not forget the reason for the season, which is apparently the birth of Godzilla.

Christmas tech tree, anyone?  Or should I just say 01001101 01100101 01110010 01110010 01111001 00100000 01000011 01101000 01110010 01101001 01110011 01110100 01101101 01100001 01110011?!

Have a very Mario Christmas.

See above!

Well, if we can have a Human Cent-iPad, why can’t we have a Human Santapede.  Just please don’t parody Berdemic next Christmas.

This one came straight from Nerd Monkey’s own VP of web, design and multimedia, C. Allen Thompson.  Educational note: The superior frontal gyrus has been known to be linked to laughter in recent experiments, most popularly in Dr. Itzhac Fried’s Patient AK experiment.

“You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?”  Apparently Robin forgot that part.

If you’re not Walken in a winter wonderland, then you’re doing it wrong.  I only wish there were a way to type phonetically in my Christopher Walken voice.

Don’t forget about our Jewish nerds, or Hebrews and Shebrews.  There’s always room for those who celebrate Khaaaaan-ukkah (there are two K’s in Hanukkah, by the way).

Let’s be certain to keep the Han in Hanukkah, but don’t go going it “Solo.”  *Cough* Sorry, nerds.  I know; that was dry as the deserts of Nal Hutta.  That’s where the Exodus happened, right?

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