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Try Not To Get the Blood of Criminals On It

After scouring the internet for a wearable Punisher shirt, I’m happy to report I found a COOL Punisher shirt. Not only would I wear this, but I will wear this unless one of you beat me to it.

Look at this. Crisp, white shirt. Zeck art on an empty field. Beautiful. This makes me want to hit the streets and start my own war on crime. Forget those hideous shirts and jackets being produced now. Go classic. Go 1987.

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Chaos Has Hit Me In My Face

Tornados. Wiener pics on Twitter. DC reboot.

This world is afire. I don’t understand anything, least of all my place in all of this. So I’m taking it back to a simpler time for just this one post. I’m taking back to the part of your life where you thought you could possibly ever pull this shirt off. You’d have to be younger than eighteen and a bit of late-bloomer because there is no way you’d be aware of women and still wear this. You loved playing D&D in your friend’s basement, reading comic books, and playing manhunt in a church parking lot. Wolverine was awesome.

Drift there, now, my friend. Leave this complicated world and its expectations of you behind. Come to tie-dye land.

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Deadpool x Joe Mad x Original Art

I don’t think anyone here is a big Deadpool fan, but I see his value. Maybe not even that – I see his potential. But right now, he’s the equivalent of food options on a cross country drive. You know there’s amazing food somewhere, and you want it, but all you are seeing are McDonald’s and Subway. No one’s doing the work to make this character more than a literal idiot babble stream of thought. But – the sales are there, so who am I?

Anyways, this is one of the best original art piece auctions I’ve ever seen. With two days left, it’s still at a very reasonable price, and it has a potentially awesome feature for presentation. You get the original Joe Madureira pencils, Joe Rubinstein inking, and Laura colors – so you get the entire work as it moves through the traditional comic art process. I could see this being put into a three panel frame, pencils to the left, inked work in the middle, and the final colored piece to the right.

If you are a fan of original art, you must see the auction. So cool.

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