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Callan and I got some great items for Jason! The Chi-Ha Tank Metal Earth 3D Laser Cut Model: The Chi Ha tank was built by Mitsubishi and designated the Chi-Ha. It used the Mitsubishi air-cooled 170 horsepower diesel engine and was regarded as the best tank that Japan had produced during World War II. The main armament consisted of a single 57mm gun mounted in the turret and supported by two 7.7mm self-defense machine guns. These amazingly detailed DIY models start as 4" square steel sheets and finish as amazing 3D models. Use easy to follow instructions to pop out the pieces, bend the tabs, and connect them at the attachment points.
Darth Vader and Son Book: In this hilarious and sweet comic re-imagining, Darth Vader is a dad like any other - except with all the baggage of being the Dark Lord of the Sith. Jeffrey Brown's delightful illustrations give classic Star Wars moments a fresh twist, presenting the trials and joys of parenting through the lens of a galaxy far, far away.
Darth Vader Father Wacky Wisecracks: If you love Star Wars, the Funko 6-inch tall Darth Vader Galaxy's #1 Father Wacky Wisecrack Bobble Head is either the most sincere or best ironic gift for dad this season! This collectible bobble head is molded in plastic, with painted details bringing out the sculpting of the outfit and classic helmet. It's packaged in an open front displayable box.
These are perfect gifts from Callan to Jason for Father's Day! Fun and silly, but ultimately sincere! Check it all out at Calendars.com on Facebook, as well as Calendars.com on Twitter.