It looks like onesies are hot this season, and if that be the case, it is perfectly understandable why there have been a considerable number of onesie designs floating around. This one goes the route of the time lord, allowing the user to play the part of a Tardis. Costs $62.
Artist and designer Prathik Paramesh has designed these hoodies as inspiration from the Indian superhero Shaktimaan. The superhero’s powers came from spiritual energy, meditation and ancient Indian Yogas. The show ran on Indian TV from 1997 to 2005 and developed a huge fan following. Hit ahead for the title song clips of the show.
Darth Heisenberg print is a mashup of the drug lord meeting the sith lord. We expect the results to be impressive, considering enemies will have to go up against the force and their meth habit. Costs $45.
Pokeomon are cute and innocent. Well, not in these illustrations by AnemicAngel. Here, they’re just having a maniacal episode.
A few months ago we saw superheroines posing for the covers of Justice Magazine, which we assume is very well read in all fictional universes. Seeing those that got to the covers, it is only fair to assume more ladies from the comic book universe would like a place on the covers too, including those cast in negative roles. The theme that connects all these ladies, is Justice. Yup, with corny lines like that I could write something for a buried article in Justice Magazine. Hit ahead for magazine cover illustrations by artist Artgerm.
No Star Trek uniform can be complete without a matching pair of socks. Plus the socks allow the added advantage of wearing them anywhere, anytime. This set of three pairs includes socks for the command, science and engineering wings, allowing you to freely take your pick. Costs $19.94.
Following quite a classy style, Disney Princesses have taken a gander into the universe of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Illustrations by artist Rob (racookie3) have the princesses quite well adjusted to their new surroundings, and often include related characters from the world of these princesses into the illustrated scenes.
When one time lord isn’t enough, you obviously need two. Doctor Who body pillowcase features the tenth Doctor (David Tennant) on one side, and the eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith) on the other. The polyester pillowcase features animated(ish) looks for the Doctors and measures 21 inches by 54 inches. Costs $50.
The eternal truth of Game of Thrones.
YouTube’s celebrating Geek Week, and it clearly makes good sense to have something as cool as Doctor Who – Anime mashup for the occasion. The anime look kind of works for the Doctor Who universe.