47 posts tagged shirt
Pokemon “My First Partner” shirt by The King of Games
Kind of a miss for the Kyoto-based shirt company, as “My First Partner” seems hella awkward for a shirt. At least, I’d feel pretty self-conscious about that.
I do like the crest of what appear to be completely random Pokémon on here, though.
PREORDER Pokemon X and Y, upcoming releases
Cool Monster Hunter 4 shirts by Uniqlo
These are just four of an approximate fuckton of Monster Hunter designs being produced by Uniqlo’s UT line for sale in stores and online. The cool thing about Uniqlo shirts (besides the “looking rad” thing) is that even the stuff that doesn’t seem like it would make it out of Japan shows up in the US stores and on the website!
The official release date on these is May 31. There’s underwear too, don’t worry.
Dreamcast bags and 16-bit gear
The 16-bit and Dreamcast tops, along with the oversized Dreamcast backpack (omg at that amazing mural), are headed to Japan from Segakawaii later this month. They’re priced at ¥4,725 ($49) each and ¥13,860 ($144) respectively.
The belt and luggage are both available at the Japanese Sega Store for ¥8,400 ($87) and ¥22,050 ($229) — hat tip to La Repisa Nintendo for posting those. As much as I love all of this, these prices are crazybutts.
Miyazaki x Street Fighter: Spirit Fighter by Drew Wise
This, along with a Snorlax x Totoro design, is available as a shirt for on The Yeetee today. The tees aren’t actually animated, but they are super cheap at $11 each.
Meatbun’s description for the art, which looks modeled after a film poster for a Mario Kart hot rod movie:
“In some darker alternate reality, Peach is the queen of the asphalt, leader of a gang of street tough Toads… and mortal enemy of Bowser’s bikers.”
The listing also says this is “safe for family functions,” but some of the princess depictions here seem risque..
Buy: Mario Kart 7
See also: More Princess Peach posts
Final Fantasy 25th anniversary t-shirts. If Theatrhythm isn’t commemorative enough for you, you can pick up one of these items from the importer of your choice (NCSX/HLJ/Amiami) along with tons of other items.
Postcards! Mugs! Camera cases! A damn stuffed Chocobo with a cake!
Mario shoelaces and t-shirt, new on the North American Club Nintendo site. It’s pretty cool that we’re getting some new stuff that isn’t straight from the Japanese site. Those shoelaces are pretty wonderful, and you get both the white and yellow sets for your 300 coins.
The t-shirt is 500 coins, if you want that t-shirt.
Man, am I really thinking about spending my fake money on some Mario shoelaces? I’m pretty sure I’d be humiliatingly worried about ruining my limited-edition mail-order shoelaces by getting them dirty, so maybe not.
See also: Previous Club Nintendo rewards
Teasers for new shirts by Meat Bun. Is that a Forgotten Worlds shirt? Awesome! I also like the Calvin & Hobbes/Mortal Kombat crossover — Meat Bun seems to have a thing for combining games and comic strips. I’m really looking forward to the explanation of Giger-esque girls making out on a shirt labeled “The Year 20XX.”
These shirts will go up on the store ”in the next two weeks.”
See also: More shirts
New Sonic shirts by Cospa. Sure, that Sonic Generations shirt looks like an especially expensive custom airbrush job from the mall, or like one of those polyester button-ups with an all-over Goku, but I kind of like it! Do I like it ¥6,300 ($82) worth? Heeeeeelll no.
The other shirt, with the clever text design, is much more stylish — and also cheaper at ¥3,045 ($40). Keep in mind if you get one of these, though, that everybody’s going to know you like Sonic.
Preorder: Sonic Generations
See also: More Sonic posts
“Effects occur despite the absence of scientific evidence,” says the Google translation of the item description. “Yes, ‘hooo’ must be a magic spell.”
See also: Nintendo warns against cassette fufu
Fami-mode 2011 t-shirt, designed by Tokyo Bitch. It’s bad enough that we all have to miss the chiptune event in Tokyo this month, and now this super classy, traditional Japanese design-slash-Famicom shirt is out there not being bought by me.
As far as I know, the only way to get one of these will be to attend the show. I guess it’s possible extra stock will end up in Japanese video game culture shop Meteor, but that has kind of the same “being in Tokyo” problem.