Johnny Cupcake’s Cupcake Mix Vol. 4 is noticeably better than Vol. 3; four horror-themed shirts of 200 each are available, only one of which is online (the others are in-store).
Our friends at Chop Shop put a nail in the coffin of their Horror/Fantasy collection with this epic undeadWe tee; it packs in 50 zombies, ghosts and other boo-tiful members of the living dead.
Frankenstein’s story is well known, but gets recast in a mythic (and green) light in this Frank’s Origin t-shirt; still, his saga would have been truly epic had his brain not come from Abby Normal.
Obey’s Duality of Humanity is now available in t-shirt form; it’s a collaboration with famed Vietnam War and Khmer Rouge photojournalist Al Rockoff and based on an actual photo.
Cellphones may run on volts of electricity, but many humans (including us) run on jolts of java: this Refill Require t-shirt is for those whose sleep debt is one REM cycle away from bankruptcy.
Don’t get “left for dead:” we’d prefer chainsaws and sawed-off shotguns, but this Zombie Survival Medkit t-shirt will keep you alive and fully limbed until the cavalry arrives.
Alright, we’re pushing our luck with the three moon tees, but one more: J!NX has just dropped this WoW-themed Three Worgen Moon t-shirt; also check out the Alliance/Horde Beanies.
Turtlehead jumps on the Three Wolf Moon/Cat Moon bandwagon with this 3 Keyboard Wolf t-shirt, but trumps them all: it not only features an extra wolf and E.T., but a flippin’ unicorn.
A collaboration between New York’s Todd James and France’s Sixpack, this General t-shirt is ideal for those with Napoleon complexes–just don’t march on Waterloo anytime soon.
A carefully groomed mustache will not only impress the womenfolk but can dual wield in a pinch: this Handlebar Hold Up t-shirt is a mashup of whiskers and Smith & Wessons.
When petrol goes the way of the dodo, gas stations will need a serious makeover: this Air When You Need Us tee shows the self-serve going from hydrocarbon chains to bike chains.
Assuming power is provided by the Dark Side, this May The Mass x Acceleration t-shirt will fly over the heads of weak minds with the horizontal velocity of a fully operational battle station.
There’s a reason why they’re not handing out driver’s licenses to Bambi: this In the Headlights tee puts those pesky humans on the other side of their 2-ton gas-guzzling behemoths.
The ultimate dudes-with-cool-headgear mashup, this Darth Tut t-shirt (available today at TeeFury) is also an homage to awesome, with snakes, lightning bolts skulls, and lightsabers.
It’s every young (and young-at-heart) boy’s dream: this My Own Personal Robot t-shirt will have to do until we get our own angry, motor-oil dripping machine of metallic death.
Available today only at TeeFury, Alex Solis’ Eco-Friendly t-shirt resembles an amped-up franken-WALL-E; environmental themes aside, the details on this tee are absolutely incredible.
The 33 logos on this Product Placement t-shirt should seem vaguely familiar: a tribute to fake companies seen in movies, Cyberdyne, OCP, and Initech are best left purely fictional.
Sir Lancelot turns into Sir Spamalot in this The Robots Come Out At Knight t-shirt; castles are cool and all, but not against 50 foot tall metal monsters that spew cannon and flames.
Once a year, both the Horde and the Alliance put aside their animosity to celebrate Azeroth’s best brews; hardcore party orcs or dwarves would do well to wear this Brewfest t-shirt.
Sometimes, you just need a t-shirt with a giant robot terrorizing humanity on it: Technophilia simultaneously satisfies our metallic overlords and apes Futurama’s Bender.
If you don’t mind wearing bricks on your man-boobs, this LEGO Baseplate t-shirt takes DIY apparel to new, 3D heights; it’s an actual baseplate on which you can attach LEGOs.
Guaranteed to bring semi-automatic smiles to your friends’ faces, Martin Bregman’s Say Hello To My Little Friends is the happiest collection of death dealing weaponry we’ve ever seen.
#braainnnnnsss has always been a trending topic for Twitter Zombies, which isn’t too surprising: staying under 140 characters is pretty easy when you have a one word vocabulary.
Kevin Tong’s iSteamPhone gets a follow-up with this iSteamMac tee; it’s a steampunk rendition of the legendary 1984 Macintosh 128K, complete with DaVinci-style annotations.
We can’t help shedding nostalgic tears and quarters for this I Got Next t-shirt; alongside “Finish Him!” and “Push to Reject”, it defines an entire generation of coin-op arcade gamers.
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