This coming Saturday is National Puzzle Day and there’s no better way to celebrate the special day than building a new puzzle with friends and family. But if it’s been a long time since you last bought a puzzle, then The Op has got you covered. The U.S.-based game publishing company offers a wide assortment of officially licensed puzzles based on all things pop culture. But if you’re looking for the geekiest puzzles inspired by fan-favorite TV series, movies, and games, then you would likely find your next puzzle to put together in the list below:
Bob’s Burgers “Greetings from Wonder Wharf” 1000-Piece Puzzle (17.99)
Can’t wait for The Bob’s Burgers Movie? Then join the Belcher family in the meantime for some amusement park antics with this exciting jigsaw puzzle. Collide into bumper cars with Bob, face off with Louise at the water race, and find Linda getting her curve on in the funhouse mirror as you assemble this 19×27-inch postcard-style collage.
Critical Role: Vox Machina “Heroes of Whitestone” 1000-Piece Puzzle ($17.99)
Celebrate the series premiere of Amazon Prime Videos’ The Legend of Vox Machina this week with this jigsaw puzzle based on campaign one of the Dungeons & Dragons web series Critical Role. Featuring art by Kent Davis, this 19×27-inch puzzle will bring you to the town square of Exandria to witness the Heroes of Whitestone battle undead foes beneath the Sun Tree.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Puzzle 550-Piece Puzzle ($9.99)
Reminisce your favorite scenes from 2001’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone 20 years after its world premiere while assembling this challenging 550-piece puzzle representing the symbol of The Deathly Hallows.
Joker “Clown Prince of Crime” 1000 Piece Puzzle ($17.99)
Though it doesn’t seem that the Joker will appear in the upcoming The Batman movie, fans can still experience his madness by building this menacing portrait of the villain from the DC Comics Universe.
Garbage Pail Kids “Yuck” 1000 Piece Puzzle ($17.99)
If eyeballs, skulls, and stuck-out tongues don’t bother you, then this Garbage Pail Kids (GPK) jigsaw puzzle based on the classic trading cards of the same name would be easy for you to assemble. But to make things exciting, ask some of your most faint-hearted friends to help you put together this creepy collage featuring Atom Bomb, Fryin’ Ryan, Hippie Skippy, and other GPK characters that will surely have them saying “Yuck!”
Naruto “Ramen Time” 1000-Piece Puzzle ($17.99)
Missing Naruto? Then travel back to the beloved character’s teenage years and be reminded of how much he loves ramen by piecing together this 19×27-inch jigsaw puzzle featuring Konoha’s future Hogake from Naruto Shippuden.
The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror “Happy Haunting” 1000-Piece Puzzle (17.99)
There are still 10 months to go before Halloween, but you don’t have to wait that long to enjoy The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror series. Send chills down your spine by building this jigsaw puzzle featuring Homer as a Jack in the Box, Marge as a witch, Flanders as a devil, and other sinister Springfield characters from a six-feet-deep point of view.
Rick and Morty “Shy Pooper” 1000-Piece Puzzle ($17.99)
Rick and Morty fans can assemble this jigsaw puzzle while waiting for the return of the animated sci-fi sitcom on Adult Swim. Featuring Rick Sanchez on the john, this puzzle is sure to draw laughter from anyone who tries to build it.
Breaking Bad 1000-Piece Puzzle ($17.99)
Add this jigsaw puzzle to your Breaking Bad merchandise collection. Featuring Bryan Cranston’s Walter White in his iconic yellow hazmat suit, this puzzle makes a great bedroom decoration.
Celebrated every January 29th of the year, National Puzzle Day recognizes the value of puzzles and how they can benefit one’s mental development. Started in 2002 by Jodi Jill as a way for her to share her enjoyment of puzzles, the holiday has gone on to grow in popularity year on year.