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In an effort to both serve our readers and help support The A.V. Club, we are going to post daily links to deals and interesting items that we find over on Amazon. If you use these links to click through and buy something—not just the thing you clicked—on Amazon, we will see a portion of that income. You don’t have to do that if you don’t want to, but if you do, know that we appreciate it.

The New Batman Adventures action figure ($20.67)


This 6-inch Batman is so angular and bendable. Imagine how capable he would look standing watch over your desk.

The Fault In Our Stars, Juno, (500) Days Of Summer, and more ($3.99 to rent, $8.99 to buy)

Amazon’s running a sale on off-kilter romantic movies, so if you’ve never seen Ruby Sparks or Me And Earl And The Dying Girl, this is your chance.

Little Miss Sunshine, Boys Don’t Cry, Barton Fink, and more ($3.99 to rent, $8.99 to buy)


Amazon’s also got some great deals on well-respected indie films, so now’s the time to digitally stock up on Martha Marcy May Marlene and One Hour Photo.

Lego colored gel pens, 9 pack ($21.19)


Stack and organize your pens, all of which write in different colors.

Kellogg’s low fat granola without raisins, pack of 6 ($25.15)


This one’s for all you raisin haters out there. You are wrong, but you should buy this anyway.

Funko Guardians Of The Galaxy blind box figure ($5.95)


While the figure you get will be a mystery, all of the options are pretty boss.

Funko Pop Harley Quinn keychain ($6.96)


If you’re more into knowing what you’re getting, this Harley Quinn keychain is cute, especially considering it adheres more to the comics than the Suicide Squad movie.

Michael Jackson sparkle socks ($7.18)


It’s never too early to start planning for Halloween.

House Of Lies season 1, 2, or 3 (free with Prime subscription)


Kristen Bell, Don Cheadle, and Ben Schwartz are unbelievably charming, so why no one really watched House Of Pies Lies is anyone’s guess. You can change that now with an Amazon Prime subscription, which is—all things considered—a pretty good deal, especially if you just take advantage of the free 30-day trial. Three seasons of TV in 30 days? As long as you’re ignoring the Olympics, that’s totally doable.

Easy read digital glass top scale ($23.08)


This thing weighs in convenient one-eighth ounce increments—you know, for whatever you’d need to weigh in eighths.

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