I love that 8-bit Zombie not only celebrates the toys, video games, cartoons and movies I grew up with, but every new release gets me as excited as when I was first introduced to these treasures many years ago. I couldn't wait for the brand's summer 2015 drop to go up on the site 8 p.m. yesterday, and if you're anything like me, you won't be disappointed.

Unfortunately the newest (and most likely the last) batch of lunchboxes sold out in about five minutes. Illustrated once again by incredibly-talented Matthew Skiff, I'd be remiss if we didn't take a minute to bask in their glory. No worries though, there are about a dozen other drool-worthy items still available as of the time of this post.

"Head Case" joins Thrashor, Noxious and Roadkill as the newest addition to the 8-bit Zombie line of toy parodies. Just like Noxious and Roadkill, I hope this Ghostbusters-inspired fiend one day takes true toy form like Thrashor.

The "Kids Club" tee returns in a new heather blue colorway, giving you another chance to declare your allegiance to the coolest club around.

Sloth officially becomes a Goonie with this embroidered patch.

"Double Dragon Dojo" explains what Billy Lee and Jimmy have been up to since rescuing Marian from the clutches of the Black Warriors.

Rock out in the monocramatic "Bogus" variant of the "Wyld Stallyns" trucker cap, featuring an alternate underbrim print.

"Daggers" is a proper tribute to the bad dudes of the the skate jam "Thrashin."

That's just a small sample of what's available; head over to the 8-bit Zombie shop browse the new release in its entirety.