To celebrate, you can buy the 50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition or try and win this official t-shirt. You can’t buy the t-shirt.
Spark have done it again, with this new Medusa-inspired ‘petrify the patriarchy’ t-shirt that is sub-zero levels of cools. Spark describe Medusa as: ‘the unexpected feminist icon, and ‘the face of our rage’ – and that’s just perfect. Don’t forget, throughout this month (for Pride) Spark are offering a 10% discount with the code PRIDE23. […]
Artist Jacob Blackmon has put their design up on the site, defaulting to a dramatic black background with an appropriately white owlbear picture with ‘Cocaine Owlbear’ in white and D&D-toned red below.
The one to watch is the Complete Box, which has a sticker leading to an AR Shenron, as that will move swiftly and is limited to one per customer.
My reason for watching D&D t-shirts is a bit old school, and I find they’re conversation starters. Once someone knows you’re a gamer and they identify as a fellow dice roller, it’s often much easier to chat.
The series is based on the manga, a story of fierce but apparently dumb cannibal giants that terrorise the countryside while the remains of humankind hide behind walls.
These D&D tees are reverse-weave crewneck fleece, and they’re partnered up with some reverse-weave hoodies too.
It’s not an Honour Among Thieves design, not directly, although the timing fits. The art does feature a Mimic in monstrous chest form.
Is it Acererak or Acerak? I’m used to Acererak, but I can see other people, not just Merchoid, going with Acerak after just a quick Google.
The burning dice design has a large white d20 with the D&D ampersand in the centre. It’s flanked by 19 and 74, as Dungeons & Dragons will turn 50 this year.