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Wednesday, August 04, 2010

DC Heroes T-Shirt

Here's the front and back of a t-shirt belonging to F.O.A.M.er Jim McHugh.

Purchased in the 90s, Jim calls it his favorite t-shirt and its not hard to see why--although I think if I had this shirt in my collection, I would've worn it backwards: I find the line-up on the back so much more interesting!

Thanks Jim!

Update: Commenter Aaron sums up this shirt best, I think: "
Business in the front, party in the back..."


Russell said...

Not only did I have this until it wore out, but my daughter had one, too! She originally wore it as a night-shirt until she "grew into" it and then OUT of it. A great, great shirt.

Aaron said...

So cool! Business in the front, party in the back...

r duncan said...

I thought that was the definition of a mullet. ;)

DonaldDeez said...

Yeah, I use ta have this one, too.
I think they use to sell them at the Warner Bros. stores back in the day.
Loved this shirt and I think I might have worn this one out to nothingness, too!

Count Drunkula said...

I can't believe I found this five-year-old post by accident. I had this shirt and it was my favorite thing in the world. I got it from a Warner Bros. Store in '90 or '91 when Batman movie merchandize was still all over the place.

I wore that shirt for three years until it came to pieces. There was a boy at school who said he could name all the characters but called Green Arrow "Robin Hood" and Plastic Man "Stretch Armstrong". I told him that was stupid because Stretch Armstrong wasn't a DC hero. Not that the character was Plastic Man, but that the name this other boy referenced wasn't in the same corporate sphere.