Made from 100% Cotton, this black t-shirt features stacked boxes filled with all your favorite DC Comic Book characters! There's Green Lantern Hal Jordan! There's Superman, Batman Hawkman, Catwoman, Flash and even Zatanna and Mera! There's Birdbrain and the Green Agitator! HUH!? Anyway, this DC t-shirt is absolutely for you, DC Comic Book fan!
Small-Extra Large: $19.99
After artificial distressing, probably the most obvious sign you might be nostalgic for the '80s is if you get off on these Brady Bunch clip art squares, regardless of the repetition and configuration. I resemble that accusation, but I'd like to narrow my choices down from the wealth of variations on the market. "Stacked" would be a top contender in my book.
Favorites Aquaman and Martian Manhunter are side-by-side, and while a bit far right, they're on the rib cage. It's Green Lantern Hal Jordan who'll be smelling the stink of literal obscurity as he will himself as far from your armpit as possible. I prefer Dr. Fate, who can hopefully magic up some Old Spice (Inza doesn't strike me as an Axe woman.) It's kinda messed up that most of the heroines (among them Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Mera, and Zatanna) are pushed down into the bottom rows ghetto, but who saw them getting a shirt in the first place? Hawkgirl and Mary Marvel curiously rated elevated real estate, but the real head scratcher is the prime diagonal placement of Cheetah and Catwoman. I think Harley Quinn got squeezed into a fold, and her smoopy Joker looks entirely too modern amongst these pieces.
The Batman and Superman I grew up with are featured, along with schoolboy chums Firestorm, Robin, and Hawkman. As a price, I'm stuck with underrated Batman villains the Penguin and Riddler, the overrated Darkseid, the bland DC Plastic Man, the consistently mishandled Captain Marvel & Junior, I Wally West-lookin' Flash, the increasingly annoying Green Arrow, and the usurper himself, Red Tornado. Did I miss anybody? That's thirty characters at a cost of less that 75¢ each. What a bargain!
I assume this was released sometime in 2009, and you can see more of it here!