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[Clothing] Star Wars opening crawl scarves will make all fans happy

I’m not much of a scarf kind of guy. Yes, I suppose if someone I knew knitted me a giant fourth Doctor scarf I would wear it with pride during the colder month, but beyond that, I really had no reason to wear one. That changed with the announcement that Mighty Fine is releasing a Star Wars opening crawl scarf, that might be just the thing to wear on the opening night of Episode Eight.

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[Merch] You too can begin the Hero’s Jersey….

Many will claim the Legend of Zelda is the greatest hero quest video game ever. If you are part of that camp, then you better be willing to prove it. Enter Geeky Jerseys with their new Link 4.0 Jersey that makes even the most disgruntled Hyrule Warrior ready to jump on Link’s bandwagon.

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[Merch] Archie teams with Threadless to launch new clothing line

If you’ve always wanted to wear your love for everything Archie on your sleeve, Archie has you covered. Archie Comics has teamed with Threadless to launch a new line of comic-inspired apparel. The initial offerings available at the Archie Comics Artist Shop span from classic depictions of Archie and the gang to the modern-day New Riverdale designs by fan favorite artists Fiona Staples, Annie Wu, Erica Henderson, and Veronica Fish. You can pick up your favorite character on a shirt at the Archie Comics Artist Shop on Threadless. via Archie Comics

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Black Milk’s Batman and Game of Thrones Releases

Let’s take a look at what Black Milk is doing with their latest licensed properties, Batman and A Song of Ice and Fire. I’m going to assume, dear readers, that you’re uninitiated into the world of Black Milk, so I’m going to take this by the numbers. Black Milk is an Australia-based printed nylon shop, with leggings, skirts, dresses, bodysuits, bathing suits, and tops. They do all their own design/printing so it’s usually unique items and with good quality. Since starting their site, the Aussie clothier has gained a massive following. Their fans call themselves “Sharkies” and are appropriately ravenous for the designs. Black…

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