Category Archives: Cotton Candy

Cotton Candy From The Reel World: Watch A Supercut Of The Best T-Shirts In Film History

Embedded above: a visual history of the greatest prop t-shirts — and the occasional tank, polo, and sweatshirt — from film! A full list of every tee, film, and year of release is included below after the jump. What’d we miss? Post your thoughts, complaints, and critiques in the comments!

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Aim For The Flattop

New at Shirtoid this week: a clever Ghostbusters tee that spins the film’s signature visuals — the Stay Puft Marshmellow Man, proton packs, Slimer, the cherry red circle slash – through a throwback, Looney Tunes-like filter. Here’s hoping that GB III remains stuck in development hell…

Designed by Biticol.

Preorder it here for $15.

Where did you go Rick Moranis?

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Judge Thread: 8 Tees Shirts That Won’t Get You Arrested By The Fashion Police In Mega City One

The newest Judge Dredd reboot opened last month and to mark the moment, we’re passing judgement on related t-shirt designs. Listed below are 7, nay 8, of our favorites, as collected from Internet points both big and small.

1. Dredd gets the zombie treatment, with a pun-y phonetic twist. Designed by Daniel Sotomayor AKA D4N13L.

Buy: Redbubble

UPDATE: Dawn of the Dredd is currently available at Tee Spring for $11. That’s criminally cheap!

2. Here’s a simple, understated design featuring Dredd’s badge. The print placement lends it a uniform-like quality.

Buy: Forbidden Planet

3. Comic couture with a throwback quality.

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8-Bit Hero Aggregation

The 8-bit trend continues to show no signs of abating. To wit, the epic design below which yokes 78 figures – both heroes and villains alike – from the Marvel and DC universes into a massive, pixelated amalgamation. How many can you identify?

Who will provide the comic relief?

Buy: Design By Humans | Cap tip: Shirtoid

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Heroic T-Shirt Assemblage

We Love Fine has a new range of tees to celebrate the release of The Avengers and embedded below are three of our favorites.

The first, the aptly-titled Assemble, blends form and function to excellent effect. It, not surprisingly, took top place in a design contest staged prior to the film’s release and sponsored jointly by Marvel and WLF. Clever effing overload!

Coming Full Circle

Image via: Shirtoid.

The second, meanwhile, elegantly repurposes the iconic artwork from issue one of The Infinity Gauntlet, which was released at the apex of my comic book readership (and fluency). The film concluded with a major teaser that promises an even grander sequel wrapped around the events and villains of said series. Ah, the power of nostalgia.

I Love The Power Glove. It's So Bad...

Image via: Shirtoid

Fancy the felines? Then our last tee is for you.


Image source: Shirtoid

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