The ornate "O" monogram gracing Orcus Brand's "Eyeball" crew could easily open a chapter of the Necronomicon. Ryan Begley did a devilishly good job of marrying just the right amount of gore and old world embelishment in an illustration that holds its own at any size, whether it be a small left chest or full size back print. Beef up your winter wardrobe with this tagless Canves sweatshirt printed by master screenprinters Seneca Press, available now for $40 through the Orcus Brand shop.



Stance is no stranger to the basketball court, as evidenced by the cornerstones of their Hoops category - the Fusion, Dwyane Wade, and NBA Legends collections. The only difference is that they can now call themselves the "official oncourt supplier" of the 2015 NBA All-Star Game. The All Star East and West socks coordinate perfectly with each conference's uniform, while their tie-dye patterns maintain Stance's undeniable style. Make no mistake, these babies aren't just for show, as each pair incorporates cutting-edge technology to ensure every athlete performs with all-star caliber. Both pairs are available in the Stance shop, along with a third that celebrates the host city of this year's game, New York City.




I'm just going about my business, detesting all of the Valentine's Day crap that has tainted every single retail space since Christmas ended, and Hutch LA goes and drops their freaking adorable "Valentines Breath" capsule collection. Featuring the work of the talented Burrito Breath, there is so much to love about it. Fart clouds with hearts, Burrito Breath's signature four-eyes, classic cartoon characters (Heathcliff getting his due), and risqué double entendres - I'm so conflicted right now. Order the vintage-inspired "Hamma Time" before Valentine's Day, and they'll even send you a free matching card to pass on to your sweetie. Grab this shirt exclusively from Hutch LA and spread the love this February.



Johnny Cupcakes once again pushes the envelope in terms of product offerings with their "Fox" blanket; allowing you to add the brand's unique style to to your bedroom, living room, or campground. A ginormous one color illustration covers this 66" x 51" blanket made of 100% polyester. It's sure to keep you warm through any Snowmageddon, Snowpocalypse, or Snowzilla this winter throws your way. There are "plenty left" in store at shop.johnnycupcakes.com and will only set you back $39.99 - which you might pay for a bland blank one at a department store.



I don't watch wrestling on the regular, but if someone orders an event on pay-per-view, I'll definitely try to get in on it. I just got home from a Royal Rumble viewing party at a friend's house, and I have to say it's still entertaining and fun to watch. I wore Electric Zombie's "Sharpshooter" from the 2013 "Legends" line, which is always a hit with Bret Hart fans, and wrestling fans in general.

Electric Zombie has revived three designs from that collection to comprise the new "Legends Reborn" line. Each shirt has been recolored, and gives those who have just recently discovered the brand an opportunity to own these classics.

The "Rumbler" poster also received a few updates, and looks as glorious as the original. Based on the "Royal Rumble" posters of the early 90s, it looks so perfectly aged - like it's been sitting the back of your parents' attic since they took it off the wall of your childhood bedroom.

Rounding out the drop is the return of the "Madness Wrestling" Deadie, along with the brand new "Hollyweird" Deadie. Both these guys are pre-orders that are limited until Monday night, 01.26.15, after Monday Night RAW. The "Immortal Wrestling" Deadie is up for pre-order as well, but he's the only one not going away for good after tomorrow.

At the time of this post, the shirts are still in stock in limited sizes in the Electric Zombie shop, and less than a day remains to buy one (or all) of the Deadies.