This Dutch kid I live with just introduced me to The Walking Dead, and I enjoyed the first two episodes so much that I just had to go and find a Walking Dead themed t-shirt for y’all. I found a bunch of cool ones, and I am in the process of making up a larger list of them. In the mean time, though, you guys can enjoy this shirt–an excellent mashup of Christopher Walken and The Walking Dead. Walken’s name lends itself to all kinds of great puns (Walken on Sunshine, anyone?), with this one being an excellent use.
This shirt costs a mere $14.99 at the T-Shirt Bordello store. They print on Gildan t-shirts. As I said, be on the lookout for a full list of Walking Dead t-shirts in the very near future.
T-Shirt Contest just let me know about their latest design winner, which is this awesome cross of Harry Potter with the ubiquitous Abercrombie and Fitch logo. It’s a very clever design, and it’s a great way to show off your geeky love of Harry Potter in a subtle way–I bet some people will just think it’s an Abercrombie shirt until they get up close. They picked Gryffindor because that house is, of course, the best.
For the next six days you can pre-order this shirt for the magically low price of only $12.00. If you order after that I believe the standard price is $20.00 for non-pre-order shirts. The t-shirt is actually designed by Space Monkey, who does some really cool stuff.
This is one absolutely crazy t-shirt from a relatively new brand called Doomsday Attire. For those who are having trouble figuring out what the hell is going on in this goofily awesome t-shirt, let me help–it’s a mashup of Macho Man Randy Savage and the Kool-Aid Man. Do you see it now? I thought so. I don’t know what lightbulb moment led to the creation of this shirt, but it was way too cool not to post up here. Troundup loves interesting shirts.
This is currently the only t-shirt that Doomsday Attire sells, and you can buy it for only $13.00 at their store. They print on Gildan brand t-shirts.
As usual, 604 Republic has created an incredibly witty t-shirt, with just a little bit of nerd appeal thrown in (not that Star Wars is limited to nerds or anything). I’m almost envious of Darth Vader–he gets to enjoy freshly squeezed orange juice every damn day with just a squeeze of his fingers. The Force is a beautiful thing. This design is hilarious, and has great little details like the Death Star themed cereal bowl. Well done, 604 Republic. You now have produced two of my favorite Star Wars t-shirts, and I’m sure you will only expand on that.
You can buy this sweet Imperial Breakfast t-shirt for $22.00 at the 604 Republic store. Luckily for you, though, I have a 604 Republic coupon code page that should save you an additional 10% or so. I’m fairly certain the coupon is still active, so you should be able to easily snag the discount.
The National Championship will be tipping off in about one hour, and I thought to celebrate the end of March Madness I would entertain you guys with a few Anthony Davis unibrow t-shirts. Rumor has it that this incredibly powerful brow (maybe the equal of Ron Swanson’s moustache) might be gone from college sports after the National Championship Game, so this might be your last chance to see it in action before Davis heads to the NBA (and maybe starts spending big bucks on hair wax). Never forget by picking up one of these sweet Anthony Davis unibrow shirts.
I can’t seem to find this t-shirt for sale online anywhere, but, it was too damn awesome not to share. It’s my favorite Davis Brow t-shirt by far. If anyone knows how to purchase this one, please let me know in the comments.
This sweet Brow Down t-shirt from Hater Sports only costs $12.95. You won’t find much cheaper brow celebration out there.
This one is pretty sweet–it really captures the power of the brow. It will only cost you $14.99 at Fan Outfitters.
This one is kind of quirky, but I definitely dig it. Very funny slogan, though I think the design maybe could have been executed better. You can buy it at Skreened, and save with my Skreened coupon list.
Bill Murray is unequivocally one of the coolest cats out there. Whether he’s busting ghosts, or taking part in hilarious cameos in movies like Zombieland, he always keep it real. Given that, I was incredibly psyched when I saw Pop Chart Lab’s line (dare I say obsession?) of funny Bill Murray shirts. They’ve got Bill as Buzz Lightyear, Batman, and a bunch of other stuff. This one is my favorite though–Bill as Han Solo. He fits the role perfectly. I suppose the movies might have been a tad different with Bill acting, but it most likely would have only helped. This design rules, and Pop Chart Lab has a bunch of other cool t-shirts which you will definitely be seeing on troundup in the future.
You can buy this Bill Solo t-shirt for $22.00 at the Pop Chart Lab store. They print on 90/10 cotton-poly blend blanks, which should be pretty comfortable.
I posted about this awesome “Lookin’ for Love in Alderaan Places” shirt a few weeks ago. However, that shirt was being sold on Teefury, which means it was only available to purchase for a mere 24 hours, which does not do this wonderful design justice. Well, I’m happy to say that Alan, the designer, just emailed me and told me that he will be selling a limited edition run of 100 more t-shirts. These will probably go fast, so if you’re kicking yourself for missing out the first time around, don’t wait and be a double failure. The price is $17.00 this time around, and you can buy it at Alan’s Big Cartel store.
Woo boy, this shirt from Tshirt Contest is pretty friggin’ awesome. It combines Star Wars with the NFL, a joining sure to please most people. It’s a play on the Oakland Raiders logo–check it out:
The design is pretty self-explanatory, so I’m not going to devote too much time to the text of the post. All I will say is that this shirt is awesome, Captain Ribman (the designer of this shirt) is a witty dude. This shirt can be bought at the Tshirt Contest store for $20.00. They print on Hanes Nano-T t-shirt blanks.
Let me start out with a quote from Dark Cycle Clothing, the designer of this t-shirt: “Tyrannosaurus Rex. Bike. T-Shirt. What more could you want?” They’ve summed up the essence of this t-shirt exceptionally well. It covers all the characteristics of a high quality shirt, and it looks friggin’ awesome doing it. The green on white looks great, and I love shirts that have a T-Rex riding a bike (there are probably 20-30 of these out there–it’s a more common design than you’d think).
You can grab the design for $21 from Dark Cycle Clothing’s Etsy shop. They also have it in numerous other color combinations, as well as women’s and kid’s sizes. They print on American Apparel t-shirts. As you might surmise, Dark Cycle Clothing’s store is mostly dedicated to bicycle themed t-shirts. Kudos to Hide Your Arms for bringing them to my attention.
I, most likely similar to many of you guys, grew up with a healthy dosage of Calvin and Hobbes. I loved that little dude and his tiger–just great comics. I still own a ton of the books as well. Therefore, I was incredibly happy when I saw this awesome Calvin and Hobbes t-shirt on Teefury. Check it out:
The design features a badass spaceman Calvin, along with a very vicious looking tiger. It looks like something that could come straight out of one of his fantasies (look at the landscape in the background–it’s drawn very much like a comic book). The juxtaposition of the two styles (comic vs. more realistic) is brilliant. This design reminds me of my childhood and is absolutely awesome. You can pick it up for only $10, however, after 24 hours this design will be gone forever. Act quick!