Blown up, pixelated versions of Master Chief, Isaac Clarke (Dead Space), Big Daddy, Marcus (Gears of War) and a Helghast trooper. Made by Michael Myers for High Score Society.
Drinking and playing Street Fighter usually results in bad button-mashing. But here’s one drink guaranteed to deal a single nasty combo move, no matter how much you swig. (Today only, 9/4!)
Some of the world’s most brilliant minds honored with the logos of equally legendary musicians in geeky apparel Monsters of Grok. The designs are also available as bags, hoodies and women’s wear.
Thomas Sullivan’s man-eating-seal-eating-turtle-eating-shark-eating-squid-eating-whale design presents a bizarre food chain in a Russian doll style. Wait – there’s a man eating seal?
From The Mountain – the same company that gave us the legendary Three Moon Wolf t-shirt – comes the next powerful animal-themed wear: Big Face Animals. Has big faces of animals.
Star Wars > Star Trek on this tee, as the Dark Lord himself knocks out a Red Shirt with a single right hook. If that’s Force Lightning shooting out of his fist, is that considered cheating?
The perfect shirt for shutterbugs, featuring the icons for settings typically found in many cameras. It won’t make you shoot better, but it’ll look good with your photographer’s vest.
“I don’t care if Monday’s blue, Tuesday’s gray and Wednesday too…” The lyrics to The Cure’s hit love song got transformed into icons in this classic Threadless tee. Designed by Loy Valera.
There’s something not quite right with this scene, as the ship that made the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs (yeah we know that’s a unit of length) takes on a slightly Imperial-looking space invasion.
Wolverine is so old, he used to be in black and white, never spoke and had simple black dots for eyes. He already had his trademark hairstyle and claws though. Designed by Rocco Rabar.
Who says cosplay has to be complex? Don you favorite Doctor’s garb with these photographic t-shirts that embody the full, flamboyant outfits of the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 10th Doctors.
A definitive pie chart representing the “two most recreational pursuits of the (early) 80s”. You’d have to be a fool not to get the first one. Collect a wedge if you can name the other one.
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