Our friends at 80sTees.com have come through again by providing us with some really cool apparel to review. If you remember, in May, we shared some t-shirts from this company and they sent us more. We can honestly say they did not disappoint us! If you are that person who loves 80’s apparel or grew up in that decade, you definitely need to check out this website. Any Darwing Duck fans out there? Check this out!
Useless fact about Darkwing Duck:
Did you know there were a couple of notorious episodes of Darkwing Duck banned due to their content? The episode, “Hot Spells” in season 3, was one of these controversial episodes that revolved around the idea of Darkwing’s daughter selling his soul to the devil in order for her to achieve magical powers. Who knew?!?
If you are a fan of Darkwing Duck (and as far as we know his soul has not been sold to the devil),
You can purchase this t-shirt for $20.00.
So maybe you’re not into Darkwing Duck…How about Star Trek? Can you answer this question? Don’t scroll down until you are ready to see if you’re right…
The USS Enterprise was originally called what? 1, 2, 3, GO!
Answer: In Gene Roddenberry’s first outline drafts of the series, the original name for the starship in Star Trek was “USS Yorktown,” not “USS Enterprise”.
This t-shirt displays a great collage of many of the main characters of Star Trek and can be purchased for $9.99!
Okay we may have the whole Star Wars Vs Star Trek debate now with the next shirt.
Here is your chance to support the efforts to get the Stormtroopers to join the Empire and support the Revolution!
If you are in favor of the Revolution and would like to show your support,
You can purchase this t-shirt from $18 – $24.
80sTees.com has something for all you G.I. Joe Fans too!
There is rumor out there that G.I. Joe was inspired because of Barbie? What do you think? Check out this video to learn 11 facts you may not have known about G.I. Joe.
If you want this shirt, order it for $14.95 – 20.95 (depending on size).
Did you ever wonder why Mega Man is blue? Apparently, it’s because the NES color palette had slightly more blues available to use than any other color.
This allowed Capcom to make his sprite more detailed than they otherwise would have been able to.
If you’re a Mega Man fan and you’d like to represent, order this t-shirt from $10 to $14.
So, as I mentioned before, 80sTees.com did not disappoint us with this latest package of goodies. We are most definitely
a fan of the 80’s and of their website and hope to share more items from them in the future.
In the mean time, Don’t forget – If you join their email newsletter list, you will get a 10% coupon off your next order and receive exclusive information about their products and promotions.
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