“Breaking Bad” may be over, but its fans — those who were there from the start and the millions more who jumped on the bandwagon for the final run — aren’t exactly done with the show yet. (In some corner of the Internet, people are probably still talking about the finale.)
With the gift-giving season upon us and lots and lots of “Breaking Bad” merchandise — both official and handmade — out there, there’s more than enough to fill the lists of would-be Walter Whites and Jesse Pinkmans everywhere.
Gifts under $25
Blue meth rock candy ($5/$10): Made by The Candy Lady in Albuquerque, where the show is set and was filmed, it comes in tiny zip-top bags for the true street-corner meth experience.
A1A Car Wash air freshener ($5.95): Smells like freshly laundered drug money.
“Better Call Saul” business cards ($12.95 for a set of 30): Every storefront lawyer needs to make a good first impression.
Vamonos Pest Control T-shirt ($7.30-$22.95): Show off your true fandom with this logo T-shirt that’s a little more obscure than the Los Pollos Hermanos shirts everyone else already has.
“BrBa” earrings ($10): Re-create the show’s opening credits on either side of your head!
Gifts under $50
Jesse Pinkman wall hanging ($28): A wooden plaque inscribed with Jesse’s famous line from Season 3: “This is my own private domicile, and I will not be harassed — b****!”
Walter White silk-screened posters ($49.99): This (very cool) set of three 11-by-14-inch posters by graphic designer Ty Mattson showing Walt at the beginning of his journey, the apex of his power and the end of his run.
Gifts under $100
Tortuga figurine ($60): Best paperweight ever.
Gifts over $100
Heisenberg hat ($149): Made by Goorin Bros. as part of a licensing deal with the show, this is the official version of the porkpie hat Walt wears when he transforms into Heisenberg.
Complete series Blu-ray set ($199.99): Available Nov. 26, the complete series set is packaged in a miniature chemical barrel and contains all five seasons, 55 hours of extras from the life of the series, a new, two-hour documentary about Season 5, an alternate ending and assorted other goodies, including a Los Pollos Hermanos apron.
“Breaking Bad” terrarium ($250): Re-create the opening sequence of the series with teeny-tiny figures of Walt and the RV, plus lichen, stones, reindeer moss and a miniature tree to help make your desert landscape.