Merchoid has unveiled a collection of official shirts and hoodies based on the upcoming film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. From the press release:
The collection reveals sneak previews of what to expect in the film, featuring artwork from MACUSA (Magical Congress of the United States of America) fictional magazines “The American Charmer” and “The Witch’s Friend” and more. All of the products in the collection are available to preorder now from Merchoid from £15.99/€23,99/$24.99 and shipping starts 20th October 2016.
The full collection includes five ladies t-shirts, four men’s t-shirts and a ladies hoodie. Witches feature prominently in the new merchandise collection; one design carries the slogan ‘Save America from Witches’ and two of the shirts feature artwork from previously unseen magazines from within the Harry Potter universe. The other designs feature the MACUSA logo, the Fantastic Beasts suitcase graphical logo and imagery from the film’s posters.
Take a closer look at the designs below. [click to continue…]
Reader Karmin turned us on to this Suicide Squad Harley Quinn tattoo done by the talented Trey Flores at Exotic Ink in Tyler, TX. Check out the entire piece below. [click to continue…]
Marvel’s cosplay variant covers are absolutely wonderful, but it appears that Valiant truly has it’s finger on the pulse of the Internet.
This December Valiant will release a series of cat cosplay variant covers created by Cat Cosplay of the Feline Variety. Plus, a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Brooklyn Animal Rescue Coalition (BARC)—a non-profit, no-kill shelter located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Check out the covers below. [click to continue…]
Dragon Con never disappoints when it comes to cosplay, and 2016 kept the bar high. As always, Sneaky Zebra was there to capture some of the best cosplay at the event and package it neatly into one 4-minute video. Check it out below. [click to continue…]
Yeah. Only Peter Dinklage can do it better than Omar Diego Milla. Check out the full photo below. [click to continue…]
Yes, there is such a thing as a carbon fiber fedora. Who would wear (and pay $200 for) such a thing? I’m sure I don’t know—but I feel like something creative can be done with it. Like an alternate reality Indiana Jones or what have you. At any rate, it is unique—I’ll give it that.
Carbon Fiber Fedora ($199)
(via The Awesomer)
Our shirt store is full of nerdy designs from the best independent artists and they’re all on sale for just $14!
Head on over to the store and grab your favorite designs at a discount while you still can. When the weekend ends, so does the sale.
Adobe has unveiled a range of clothing featuring some of their classic stock photos and dubbed it the Adobe Stock Apparel collection. It isn’t real. It really should be real.
That’s right, you cannot buy the “Laughing woman eating healthy vegetable salad” shirt, but it is on Adobe’s website and it’s being used to promote their Adobe Stock image service. I find this tragic—these shirts would sell like crazy. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]
Cosplayer Dynamite Webber does the best Nightwing in the biz—his New 52 armor is testament to that. It’s so good, in fact, that it may have drawn the attention of the designers behind Batfleck’s new tactical armor. In that post we talked about some possible inspirations for the design, but this is definitely the most spot on. Check out the comparison below and decide for yourself. [click to continue…]