This shirt features a bit of classic Americana mashed up with a bit of classic science fiction. It has the Eleventh Doctor seeing the reflection of the Tenth Doctor while he paints the Ninth Doctor. Nods to the other Doctors are there as well, if you take careful note of the accessories.
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You’ll be sure to be treated right when you’re on your Endor vacation if you sport this adorable shirt. It’s covered in little Ewoks in an allover print that’s dye sublimated for a vibrant color that won’t fade. These are available in kids and adult sizes so your whole family can match in Ewok cuteness.
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The TARDIS is much bigger on the inside, and it’s easy to imagine the interior is stuffed with endless rooms. I think it probably looks a little like this Tiny Time Machine t-shirt by Oakenspirit and Spiritgreen (they previously came up with this Tiny Dark Tower tee).
The different levels of the pixelated and adorable TARDIS feature locations like Club Regen-R8 and Skarobucks. Every Doctor is present and so are some companions and villains. The Dalek barista is my favorite.
See some close-ups of the design after the break.
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Did you know you could spell the word “regenerations” by pulling letters from the names of all the actors who have played the Doctor? I had no idea until I saw this shirt. Whoever designed it deserves a ride in the TARDIS.
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H.P. Lovecraft foretold that one day, when the Magic Kingdom finally crumbles, a terrible monstrosity shall arise from the murky moat that surrounds Cinderella Castle and will lay waste to the cities of man. I am, of course, referring to Mickthulhu Mouse. If you’d like to get on your new overlord’s good side, I’d recommend picking up this t-shirt. Who knows? It just might save you from complete annihilation.
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Two characters have been notably absent from most of the Guardians of the Galaxy merchandise: Gamora and Nebula. Stores like The Children’s Place state that shirts made for boys won’t feature the sisters because they’re girls. Happily, we have Her Universe to fill the void. This shirt will be available soon – likely premiering at New York Comic Con next weekend.
Klingons look tough, and they’re all about war and stuff, but do you know what they like to do in their spare time? They love to tie-dye. Honestly, they do! They tie-dye shirts, or they tie-dye hankies and wrap them around their bat’leths–honestly, if you can tie-dye it, the Klingons have already probably done it. In fact, “Today is a good day to die” has been incorrectly translated. It’s actually properly translated as “Today is a good day to dye.” Got it?
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BBC gave us so many gifts with their take on Sherlock. Besides putting the wonder that is Benedict Cumberbatch into our lives, they incorporated some cool designs into the decor. The wallpaper of 221B has started to show up on all kinds of apparel, like this t-shirt by Etsy seller Consulting Fan Geeks. It looks great on its own and would also work under a blazer.
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We may be used to seeing the silhouettes of Joel and the ‘Bots at the bottom of the screen while the movie plays, but now the tables have turned. This time the screen is the audience and it’s filled with all the monsters and assorted beasts that are usually subject to MST3K mocking. Who’s watching who?
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This beautiful shirt titled “Death of a Star/Birth of a Hero” is currently up for voting over on threadless. The design is the work of artist Ciro Trezzi who has managed to tell the story of the first trilogy in one incredible design and all it needs is your votes to become a reality.
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