Three Wolverine Moon: Because sometimes taxonomical accuracy has to take a backseat to the rule of cool.
Artist Tyler Crook (B.P.R.D., Harrow County) brings your wildest dreams to howling life on this stunning shirt, which features not only a luminous full moon, but two entire Wolverines more than t-shirts with only one Wolverine on them.
(Yes, we are aware that wolverines are not wolves. That’s what makes it funny.)
Were you raised in a tube by Mr. Sinister to guarantee the genetic integrity of the Grey line and eventual downfall of Apocalypse?
(But then, who isn’t, these days?)
Wear your secret retcon clone status with pride, with a t-shirt designed by Dylan Todd!
(For mildly unsettling couple’s cosplay, pair with Probably a Summers Brother.)
Way back in our first episode, we discovered the word YAYBO!, the hands-down best exclamation of the Silver Age of X-Men. Ever since, you’ve been asking us to put it on a t-shirt, but we dragged our heels: after all, what design could do justice to the sheer, unbridled enthusiasm of a cry of YAYBO!?
Finally, we enlisted the help of the most enthusiastic dude we know: the Enthusiast himself, Chris Haley of Let’s Be Friends Again, who created the image you see before you now.
We think Silver-Age Iceman would be proud.
Are you a brooding loner with a mysterious past? Do you struggle with energy-based mutant powers and poor interpersonal communication skills?
Congratulations! You are probably a Summers Brother.
Designed by Dylan Todd.
Who’s the man who holds the Marvel Universe together while the superheroes are out gallivanting around the galaxy?
Super Doctor Astronaut Peter Corbeau, that’s who.
He’s got two Nobel prizes. He built his own space station. He survived splitting rent with the Hulk, swam across the Atlantic Ocean, snuck the X-Men into space, and is the namesake of the most unimpeachably legitimate award in comics .
And when you hit a moral or personal or scientific dilemma that will only stand for the most awesome possible solution, there’s only one question you need to ask: What Would Peter Corbeau Do?
Designed by Dylan Todd .