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TAUNTERS

Here’s the perfect shirt to get those French taunters to ease up a little with the insults. It’s got their signature helmet and crossed halberds designed to look like the official team logo for, um, a team of wicked taunters. Yes, that’s it. Root for Team Taunters or risk their farts wafting in your general direction.

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Star Trek’s Christopher Pike didn’t have an easy time. He was severely injured by radiation and left paralyzed. He was confined to a wheelchair and could only communicate through a light built into the device. This sublimated t-shirt from ThinkGeek captures the front of Pike’s black wheelchair. It’s an obscure reference and a little sad.

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If that stupid little Navi says, “Listen!” one more time, there’s going to be a much tougher customer than Link ready to lose his temper. Jules is about to bring a bloody and vicious end to this nonsense.

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Boba Fett never misses a mark. Never! Well, save for the occasions when he falls into a sarlacc pit, but otherwise he very rarely lets a bounty escape him. In fact, Boba is so dedicated to his job that if a mark suddenly found a way to travel back in time, he would be able to follow. Yep, that’s right: Boba has a ManDeLorean that’s perfectly capable of hitting 88 mph.

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It looks like a sweater, but it’s actually a t-shirt designed to look like an ugly Christmas sweater. Needless to say, it’s perfect for the Pokemon fan in your life. Christmas, I choose you!

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Dogs have been playing poker for ages in the iconic painting by C. M. Coolidge, but it’s time for a change. Artist Johannes Grenzfurthner gave the classic an update by turning poker into Dungeons and Dragons. The dogs have dice, character sheets, and appropriate snacks. Maybe we’ll see a real-life version of this parody on TableTop someday.

If you dig this shirt, now would be a great time to grab it. Redbubble is running a 15% sale on shirts and hoodies through Sunday, November 16th. Use the promo code “GETTEES” at checkout.

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As part of “Movember”, aka the annual event promoting awareness of men’s health issues such as prostate and testicular cancer, Sterling Archer has emerged from the seemingly endless limbo between TV seasons to show us all the perfect Movember mustache. In addition to striving toward his goal of a mustache that can be felt even when it’s not physically present, the notorious Duchess has taken his activism a step further by sharing his newly christened “welcome mat” on this t-shirt available exclusively from the FX shop.

According to an exclusive interview with Archer himself, the benefits of the shirt will be twofold, as all proceeds will be donated to the Movember Foundation while allowing even those with the most barren upper lip to sport a real stache for the event.

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Oh, so that’s how Charmander gets his fire abilities! I mean, if eating a fire flower works for an Italian plumber, it’s bound to work for a Pokemon, right? If you dig this Charmander-munching-on-a-dead-fire-flower design, you can get it on a t-shirt, sweatshirt, pillowcase or as an art print from Naolito.

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The ancient Egyptians left us hieroglyphics that show how they lived, but these hieroglyphics tell a different story. All of our modern time travel devices have found their way into the past and the Egyptians seem to be taking it all in stride, except for the poor DeLorean.

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GGI t-shirt

Sometimes when you’re wandering around a convention, you just need to see a friendly face. One way to attract other awesome geek girls is by wearing this Geek Girl Illuminati t-shirt designed by Kate Leth. It’s a way to show your geek girl pride, and you know the person wearing it will have your back.

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