Not content with Lego’s stock minifigs, Morgan19 has crafted an army of customized characters; from pumpkin-headed Harvester to four-handed Shira, they’re perfect for a Halloween diorama.
Who knew Count Dracula was a medieval hustla: this Vampire Grill tee by Dance Party Massacre shows the Dark Prince’s grill fully blinged-out; it’s actually printed with silver ink.
If last week’s 11″ Mechagodzilla wasn’t enough, this 20″ variant is a walkin’, wrist twirlin’, head swivelin’, screechin’, roarin’ and LED flashin’ monster worthy of the name Gojira.
We realize endorsing this shirt dates us, but we can’t help but crave this Teen Wolf inspired Skate Wolf tee. For the younguns, think Geico caveman with more hair, fangs and a deck.
Monster hunters in training should pick up this Cryptozoology t-shirt by SquidFire; it’s a veritable Who’s Who of supernatural beasties, including Nessie, El Chupacabra and Bigfoot.
Don’t let the cutesy name fool you: this FluffyFriends wallpaper features OhNo!Doom’s FluffyYukYuk plush rampaging down a city street and hurling city buses while FluffyBadBads scatter.
When not guarding Egyptian tombs, Mummies apparently enjoy doing ollies; this Dead Shred t-shirt may be gaudy in purple, but we’ll make an exception for our bandaged friends.
Blasphemy: we prefer Mecha to the original Godzilla: standing 11″ tall and amazingly detailed for a vinyl, Mecha Godzilla sports articulating limbs; no word on the laser eye cannon, however.
Want a low-key (but still cool) Halloween costume? Ivan Pineros’ Good Guys Don’t Glow tee features classic Hollywood monsters that glow in the dark, except the good guy, of course.
Not all robots and monsters are bad: for $50, Joe Alterio will draw you an original robot or monster based on three words you supply; the proceeds will then be donated to a charity.
Hands On Clothing’s Slime Doughnut t-shirt is similar to yesterday’s Slime Monster, but wins extra points in the sweet tooth department. It’s also a monster, just a very sugary one.
With a spurt of ink and a wild imagination, Stefan Bucher’s 100 Days of Monsters is a printed version of his uniquely collaborative blog, which includes background stories from readers.
We’re feeling 200 Nipples’ latest t-shirt, Beware the Slime Monster by Matthew Skiff. It’s got a nice gooey look with great use of negative space and is perfect for Halloween.
Baby Godzilla recalls childhood memories spent terrorizing Lego shantytowns. The popular Carbon tee is also getting a reprint–both are only $12 for a limited time at Threadless.
Greg Abbott’s appropriately named Monsters t-shirt packs in all the disfigured miscreants you could ever want; even better: $2 of your purchase gets donated to one of six charities.
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