To see the world, things dangerous to come to, to see behind walls, draw closer, to find each other, and to feel. That is the purpose of life.

~ Walter Mitty

8-Bit Karate Kid

Oh my, it’s been way too long since I’ve mentioned our good friends over at Found Item Clothing. Macho Slut, I hope that you are doing well! With that said, all of you 80′s kids MUST check out this 8-Bit Karate Kid T-Shirt. It’s A-W-E-S-O-M-E. It’s a Mortal Kombat x Karate Kid Mashup. The Brits would call this one brilliant. And I’d have to agree with them.

8-But Karate Kid is available now from Found Item Clothing for $19.95.

Human Centipede Ouroboros Fleece Hat

I don’t really need to say much about this particular item. I’ll let the photos and product description do the talking.

And if you haven’t seen Human Centipede or Human Centipede 2 then count yourself lucky. If you feel the urge, you can always pick up a copy from Amazon.

For those with a twisted sense of humor (or are just twisted), it’s a Human Centipede Fleece Hat (with earflaps!). Although, since this is an unbroken chain of Human Centipede…technically it’s a Human Centipede Ouroboros…for that extra touch of “OMGZ WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOU?!?!”

The hat is made of plush soft fleece with just enough stretch to fit snuggly on your head to keep the winter winds out (and your sick brain warm…heh). Hat is machine washable.

The hat base is available in additional colors, just make a note of the color you would like, when ordering. The human centipede is available in flesh (as shown) or white. The GI tract is in red ric rac, but can be made in custom colors upon request.

The human Centipede Ouroboros Fleece Hat is available now from The Little Asian Sweat Shop for $55. She also has a really cool The Little Asian Sweat Shop blog which you should checkout!

The King of Crime: Il Retorno Di Teschio Di Morto

I’ve just been introduced to Fistful Apparel and count me impressed. They’ve got a wide selection of T-Shirts inspired by cult and genre cinema. The first thing that I thought when I saw these T-Shirts was “wow, if Quentin Tarantino were to start a T-shirt line then it would probably look something like this.”

The Fistful Apparel line is wild, eccentric, and out there. WILD. ECCENTRIC. OUT THERE. And I love it. The first two items that caught my eye were the ‘Il retorno di teschio di morto’ T-Shirt and the King of Crimes hoodie. They’re both black with a pure yellow design. The artwork simply jumps out in both and has that ZOMG appeal. If you like in your face design then get these two items.

Be on the lookout for future Fistful Apparel T-Shirts on this blog. I’m a new fan.

The ‘Il retorno di teschio di morto’ T-Shirt is sold out (good luck trying to find that one), but the King of Crimes hoodie is still available for sale at the Fistful Apparel online shop for $35.

Keep Calm You Will, Yes, Hmmmmm

Calm You Shall Keep and Carry On You Must. Favorite of mine this T-Shirt must be. Yes, Hmmmm.

Originally for sale on RIPT a few days ago for only 24 hours, it has found new life on RedBubble. You can customize it and have the design printed on a variety of different color T-Shirts. Keep Calm You Will is available now from RedBubble for $$24.54 .

8-Bit Zombie: Loners & Rebels & Beetlejuice & Ghostbusters

If you’re seeking some vintage awesomeness then I suggest that you head on over to 8-Bit ZOMBIE and check out their latest line tees. They’ve got everything from Pee-Wee Herman to Beetlejuice to The Ghostbusters. How much better can you get? In fact, their newly redesigned website bleeds awesome sauce. It’s full of throwback love for every 80′s kid and then some. I actually got super excited when I first saw the preview images (see last image below). They reminded me so much of Garbage Pail Kids Trading Cards – I was a huge fan of those. In fact, I still have my entire Garbage Pail Kids collection!

My favorites from the new line is twofold. My first instinct led me straight to that amazing Ghostbusters piece. However, when I saw that they did a Neverending Story design, my mind was blown. So good! This new line is basically my childhood printed on T-Shirts. All that’s missing? Maybe Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Masters of the Universe designs would have been perfect – but I can always wait until next time.

The new 8-Bit ZOMBIE tees are available now at their online shop for $20 a piece.

Hat tip to Carlos over at Oven Fresh Dreams.

Life’s Too Short Not To Be Norwegian

I spotted this shirt over at the wonderful movie blog, Slashfilm. It reads “Life’s Too Short Not To Be Norwegian.” Apparently, Norwegian people are really happy going folks! The shirt is featured in the upcoming comedy A Good Old-Fashioned Orgy featuring the ever raunchy SNL alum, Jason Sudeikis. Check out the trailer below.

I have no idea where you can buy this shirt, but if you find out then feel free to leave a comment below!

Alien Operation – Don’t Get Zapped!

I used to LOVE playing Operation as a kid! An uncle of mine had a vintage set, probably from the late 60′s, that I used to love to play with. I wonder if he still has it? Whenever I played, I would concentrate super hard and was very careful in the hopes of not getting zapped! Well, it wasn’t a real zap, but it made this horrifying zapping sound. That counts, right?

Never played the game before? Well then you’re missing out. Go buy it now.

Speaking of the classic Hasbro boardgame, 604Republic has released an awesome Operation / Alien mashup tee. God, I would hate to have a little baby alien brewing in me. Someone did that dude on the operation table a huge favor.

Alien Operation is available now from 604Republic for $20.95.

Hipsters United: Mighty Fine Has Got You Covered

What if the uncanny X-Men were actually a bunch of uncanny hipsters?! Well, they’d probably consist of unruly hair, overgrown mustaches, really thick glasses and form fitting second hand clothing. Or, they’d look a lot like the Mighty Fine superhero hipsters featured below.

Here at Mighty Fine, we like to keep an eye on the latest trends in internet humor. (Or the OMG LULZ, if you will.) Having a healthy appreciation for comic book geekery, as many of you do, we found the recent rounds of “superhero hipster” memes to be pretty darn hilarious. Still, it got us to thinking… what if saving the world was actually the job of hipsters who also had a full slate of shopping for skinny jeans and arguing about the relative worth of Wilco’s last album?

I love the text featured below the Uncanny Hipsters tee, so fitting.

Use the Mighty Fine MyTee Shirt Creator to customize your hipster shirt today! I tried it out and the custom tees are priced at $25.

Evil Comes In All Sizes: 11 of the Most Evil Characters In Film

Sean Mort is the artist behind one of my favorite Threadless tees ever – The Gaming Revolution. In fact, I’ve worn it out so much that I think it’s time for me to request a reprint. Needless to say, I’ve been waiting for Threadless to release another Sean Mort designed tee. I’ve been waiting for some time now.

Luckily for me, the wait is over. Mort’s latest design, Evil Comes In All Sizes does in fact come in a bunch of different sizes (Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large to be exact). It might not be a Threadless print but it’s still hot nonetheless. The shirt references some of the most famous big screen monsters of all time, from the infant sized terror named Chucky to the mysterious Clover monster from Cloverfield. And of course, they are all aligned in a police type lineup from shortest to tallest. By the way, I had no idea that Godzilla was so huge.

“Evil Comes In All Sizes is a size chart of famous movie baddies and comes with an informative key on the lower back of the shirt. Featured bad guys are Chucky, the Wicked Witch of the West, a T-Rex, King Kong, Rancor, Megatron, the 50ft Woman, Mr Stay Puft, Tripod, Godzilla and Clover.”

The design is printed on a heather gray Gildan Softstyle ringspun tee. Evil Comes In All Sizes is available now at Sean Mort’s online shop for a reasonable £12 (~$19 US). Grab one now or pay for it later!

And speaking of Godzilla, check out this montage featuring over 50 years of Godzilla in film: