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Living Dead Clothing is ready to go Sailor Moon punk again with the Punk Moon 2.0 collection. New Rainmakers and skater dresses make up most of the items, but there’s a punk kitty bag in here that needs a forever home.

The designs are fantastic, so it’s just figuring out if you want the top or the dress. Or both. Both is good. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


Living Dead Clothing has unveiled a fashion collection that’s like awesome fan art and cosplay all-in-one. Say hello to Punk-style Sailor Moon rainmakers and skater dresses. I want them all.

You can peruse more designs from the collection below. [click to continue…]


Living Dead Clothing has revealed their American Horror Story collection based on the series. The collection includes tees, crop tops, leggings, skirts, maxi skirts, bodysuits, and skater dresses featuring well-known lines and images from the show.

Living Dead Clothing’s founder and CEO Wade Lange says it’s one of their most exciting releases yet.

“American Horror Story was such a ground-breaking hit with an international cult following, and so many fans have been vocal in expressing their anticipating for this collection since word of the partnership first got out,” he said.

“With the show’s much-loved characters (as well as the ones we all loved to hate) and unforgettably eerie settings brought to life across each of the pieces in this collection, fans are in for a real treat.”

There are so many things here I need. Check out more pieces from the collection below. [click to continue…]


Living Dead Clothing is taking a trip to Rapture in this Bioshock inspired collection. Check out more designs below—from Little Sister to Big Daddy, there’s something here for everyone. [click to continue…]


Living Dead Clothing unveiled a new Mystery Monday collection and it’s all about Zelda this week.

Midna, Ganondorf, Fi, Majora, Shiek, and Zant all get a turn this time in new skater, catsuit, and rainmaker styles. Definitely worth checking out.

See more designs in the collection below.

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While Firefly didn’t get a second season, Living Dead Clothing is doing a second ‘Verse inspired line called Firefly 2.0.

From the looks of it, there are going to be new jerseys for every one of the main characters along with some other shiny items (the “This Land” dress is pretty awesome).

Preview some of the new releases below.

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Proving, once again, that they enjoy making fashion for every kind of fandom, Living Dead Clothing has created a Cardcaptor Sakura fashion line for manga/anime fans. These dresses, leggings, and skirts have designs inspired by characters like Tomoyo and Meiling as well as Clow Cards and wands.

See more designs from the collection below.

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Living Dead Clothing has followed up their cosplay catsuits with a dive into sci-fi in this new collection.

Organics meet mechanics and it works. Check out more designs below.

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Australian clothing company Living Dead Clothing has debuted a new collection that’s straight from the ‘Verse. Their new Firefly line definitely takes the theme further than we’ve ever see before on clothing.

Check out more of the collection below.

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age-of-ultron-avengersWith the next Marvel’s Avengers movie around the corner, Living Dead Clothing has got you covered, literally. Their new line of super-hero inspired threads includes shirts, dresses, leggings, and more.

“The collection, officially and exclusively licenced by Marvel, boasts the world’s greatest superheroes, unbelievable artwork and incredibly eye catching and vibrant prints on new patterns. It is certain to send Avengers and all superhero fans crazy.”

The clothes are not just for squeeing fans though, as owner Wade Lange sees an opportunity to give back to the community.

“However while the brand enjoys bringing smiles to the faces of comic lovers young and old, there is more to the company than just making clothes. Living Dead Clothing intends to extend the smiles created long after the movie is over by donating 20% of all profits from the Age of Ultron collection to the Children’s Hospital Foundation.”

Check out more of the super clothing line after the break.

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