Fans of Frieza from Dragon Ball Z are really going to love these new shirts. There’s even an awesome tote. First off, there’s is a shirt with Frieza screaming, “You’ll pay for this you filthy insects!” available in either black or purple. The more bold alternative is a graphic t-shirt with Frieza simply screaming in rage, like he does.

Lastly, there is a shoulder tote with the same image that’s on the first shirt. It has a strap large enough to sling over your shoulders and even has an interior pouch for small stuff like your phone or wallet. All three items can be ordered now for delivery in May (if you live in Japan that is).

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What looks like a cut cat peeking over the edge of a shirt pocket turns out to be a feline with a bit of an attitude. He’s designed by Ripndip, a skateboarding apparel company. The cat is their mascot, Lord Nermal, drawn by artist Jayme Lemperle.

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These cute “Gotham Girlies” are new to our Nerd Approved Shirt Store and on sale for just $14 for a limited time!

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Would Groot make a good Time Lord? I’m not too sure. Honestly, the Doctor has to do a lot of talking, and Groot doesn’t exactly have a large vocabulary. He would definitely need Rocket’s help as a companion to get by. But, if you’re fixated on the idea of a Time Lord Groot, then you should definitely pick up this “I am Doctor” t-shirt, which features Groot as the 12 Doctors. Plus it’s only $10 at the moment.

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This beautiful space-themed clothing line features real images from space. There are hoodies, scarves, tights, and a range of swimsuits so you can look spacey on the beach this summer. I know, winter is here, but it has to go away eventually.

Each item is digitally printed with materials that are sourced locally by the Brooklyn based duo that are Shadowplaynyc. They design each piece very carefully so that almost every bit of fabric is used and nothing goes to waste—making them an Earth-friendly label that will help you get lost in space.

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If you listen to Pink Floyd’s 1973 album, The Dark Side of the Moon, eleven times in a row and you sing all of the lyrics to “Us and Them” while staring into a mirror, and if the stars are in perfect alignment, it’s entirely possible to summon a unicorn. Then, and only then, will you truly grasp what it means to witness “The Dark Side of the Unicorn.” You have been warned.

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There are a few rules for having Gizmo as a pet. Break them at your peril. One of those rules is to never get him wet. Needless to say, you don’t want to win this game. I mean, it’s just flat out insane.

What’s next? Taking him to a booth for fried dough after midnight?

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The Adventures of Tom and Harry takes the constantly fighting duo of Tom and Jerry and brings some magic into their lives through Harry Potter. Tom is now Tom Riddle and Jerry is now Harry and you just know things aren’t going to end well for that poor cat.

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I ain’t afraid of no ghosts. Not these ghosts anyway. This “Ghosts, Busted” design depicts all of the best pop culture ghosts getting caught in a Ghostbuster trap.

You can pick either a tote bag or a t-shirt with the image. On a side note, poor Space Ghost–first he loses his talk show, and then he gets captured by the Ghostbusters. Hollywood can be rough, huh?

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This cross-stitch t-shirt features an awesome pixellated image of Samus Aran from Metroid. It was made by Amythelamey and took about two hours a day over the course of four weeks to finish. She made a computer-generated image for the canvas and then sewed it right onto the shirt. The last step is trimming all the leftover canvas to leave just the image.

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