Here are today’s robot/cyborg related t-shirts that are only available for a limited time. There are a lot of great shirts today, but only a couple actually involve robots.
Combining two of my favorite things from my youth, this one was an insta-buy for me:
Doctors of Future Past by chema bola8
Available at Bluebox Tees
This one is part of a series. If Raph isn’t your favorite, his brothers are represented in the rest of the collection:
Mutant and Proud: Raph on Black by Brandon Wilhelm
Available at Pop-Up Tee
Decept-Iconic by DJKopet
Available at TeeFury
Optimust by Phil Jones
Available at TeeFury
I know there’s a new Twin Peaks show being worked on, but even before then, I’ve been seeing a lot of references to it in the last year or so:
RR Diner by kgullholmen
Available at teeVillain
Mmm, Tacos… Not as good at buritos, but still pretty damn good:
Less Talking, More Tacos by Funny Or Die
Available at BustedTees
Space Dog, what else do I have to say?
Corgi-naut by Phil Tseng
Available at Threadless
November 7, 2014
Art, Autobots, Decepticons, Diner, Doctor Who, Food, Graphic Design, Nerdery, Raphael, Robots, Space Dog, T-shirts, Tacos, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, TMNT, Transformers, Twin Peaks, X-Men
From the IELLO Games Facebook Page
“Thanks for the
#SouthPark team for featuring a #KingOfNewYork like game in last night episode. We can all agree that #BoardGames are much better than freemium mobile games.”
What I think is really interesting here is that, from what I’ve seen on Amazon, other than the pre-release copies that were sold at GenCon, King of New York only came out yesterday.
I’ve played lots of King of Tokyo and am looking forward to King of New York. I should have it before my game group gets together next month.
The only reason I’m covering this is because my wife made me watch all three of the original The Librarian TV movies that this new series is adapted from. They were goofy fun, but I always saw the Librarian as a poor man’s Indiana Jones or Lara Croft. The promo clip looks like The Librarians will maintain the same goofy fun of the movies.
An ancient organization has vowed to defend us from unspeakable evil. Watch the 2-hour series premiere of The Librarians Sunday, December 7 at 8/7c only on TNT.