T-Shirts

steampunk

ThinkGeek has updated their exclusive Steampunk t-shirt line to include Batman and Thundercats, or as they’re calling them, Batpunk and Thunderchaps.

Like the other tees in the line, these are black 100% cotton unisex tees and come in sizes S – 3XL.

Product Pages: Batman / Thundercats ($19.99)

sailor moon

As Sailor Moon tees go, I really like these new sublimated tees from Hot Topic. Currently, they have Sailor Moon and Sailor Saturn. The art is bright and tank styles are always nice because you can wear them alone or toss something over them and still show your Sailor Scout off.

Sailor Moon is available in sizes XS – 3X and Sailor Saturn is available in XS – XL.

You can check out the Sailor Saturn version after the break.

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Steampunk Wonder Woman

DC Comics goes steampunk with these new ThinkGeek exclusive t-shirt designs. Currently, they have The Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Arrow and Superman. Could Batman be far behind?

They’re available in unisex sizes XS to 3XL. From what I can tell, people are already hoping for a ladies cut on that Wonder Woman tee.

See more designs after the break.

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zelda crew pullover

Link is back to battle it out on this girl’s fantastic black crewneck pullover. It features a stained glass window design inspired by The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.

It’s available now from Hot Topic.

Product Page: ($26)

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(via Cheezburger)

h signs t mens

WeLoveFine’s new H Signs t-shirt is based on Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye #19. In the comic, Hawkeye suffers an inner ear injury that leaves him unable to hear, but the bigger win for the comic was how well it portrayed the daily life of deaf people.

This tee depicts “Hawkeye” spelled out in sign language and comes in purple, grey and black.

Additionally, Matt Fraction is donating his proceed from the shirt sales to the Signing Time Foundation. Great shirt and a great cause.

Product Page: ($25 via Technabob)

blink

This t-shirt by Wahko may be one of the scariest shirts you’ll ever own depending on who you’re in a dark room with.

It’s already frightening to anyone who has a healthy fear of Doctor Who‘s Weeping Angels, but the idea that there’s a glow in the dark phase of this shirt that presents an attacking Angel visage? Yeaaaaaaah. I think some people may need new underwear if they end up in the wrong room with someone wearing it.

I also think that the person who wears it should make sure they’re not within kicking distance when the lights go out.

The shirt is available in men, women’s and kids sizes.

Product Page ($15)

samurai who

Doctor Who is a show where anything can happen. The Doctor’s TARDIS can go literally anywhere and anywhen, even to other realities under the right circumstances. The crossover possibilities are limitless, so why not grab this t-shirt featuring the 10th Doctor  meeting that time-lost hero Samurai Jack?

The shirt is available for $12 through the rest of the day on Fresh Brewed Tee. Afterwards, it can be found at full price on Redbubble.

(via Shirtoid)

science shirts top

Geek girls know from experience that many retailers don’t understand that we like the same things geek boys like. So, we often get girlyfied versions instead of something that’s just made in a girl’s size.

One such retailer, Lands’ End, was taken to task by a mom who wanted to know why the boys got space themed tee’s with the solar system or a NASA logo and girls only had options for “cute” shirts with colorful stars (see above) or dogs in tutus.

What’s interesting here is that, while many retailers might not give it another thought, Lands’ End responded and even went a step further by updating their t-shirt selection for girls.

You can check out the mom’s letter and Lands’ End’s response after the break.

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greek wars

There’s a lot to be said of Ancient Greece and how much modern civilization owes to it. But perhaps their greatest achievement was the recognition of Star Wars. Don’t believe me? The proof is right here in this “Greek Wars” shirt design by Wharton, celebrating scenes from Return of the Jedi in an ancient and elegant style.

Product Page ($24-$25 via Shirtoid)