In the new Previews catalog be on the lookout for Nelson and Murdock, Attorneys at Law merchandise that comes directly from the Netflix Daredevil series.

Next time someone walks into your office and threatens you with some wild crazy shenanigans, simply take a simp from your Nelson and Murdock mug. The subtle hint of lawyers and lawsuits will quickly disappear as the office curmudgeon realizes there is no fear in your eyes… or in your mug… or on your body, because you’ll also be sporting a t-shirt with the same design. I bet if you said, “Nelson and Murdock helped me get $600,000 from my last legal battle,” the noise complaints about your non-stop laughing when listening to the Major Spoilers Podcast Network of shows will quickly cease.

Yeah… that’s the ticket!

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The red t-shirt by Mighty Fine features Lady Justice holding scales and the motto “Serving Justice in Hell’s Kitchen.” The shirt can be purchased for $18.99 for sizes SM-XL or $20.99 for XXL and is expected to arrive in stores on September 23.

The mug can be preordered from the July PREVIEWS catalog for $15.99 using the code JUL152388 and it will arrive in stores in late September.

And if that is not enough, the next time road rage takes over, get out of your car sporting the Nelson and Murdock baseball cap.

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The truly fearless can also sport a Daredevil 39THIRTY flex fit baseball cap from New Era Cap Co. The black cap features the classic double-D logo in red on the front and the Daredevil name on the back. The cap is available to order from the July PREVIEWS Catalog at comic book shops for a retail price of $25.99 using item code JUL152394.

Look for the merchandise in the latest Previews catalog.

via Previews World

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