DC has refreshed its stable of comics once again, putting its characters in new situations— and most of them have gotten a new look to celebrate. But as usual with superhero makeovers, some are less successful than others. So we’re going to put on our fashion-hats and rate what’s hot and what’s not in the DC Universe!
Hey, remember that dress that the internet went completely insane over? The one that some people swore was white and gold, but other were defiantly certain was blue and black? Well, it turns out the Star Wars universe has its own version of the dress — specifically, Han Solo's coat from Empire Strikes Back.
Gelareh produces clothes that I absolutely will never be able to afford, but that I would absolutely loot post-apocalypse. Although the white ones may draw far too much attention from the drones hunting us from the skies. But for now, the new look for spring and summer based on spinal columns.
I did not think we could get worse after the Wesley Hoodie. Turns out we can. Is Think Geek taking the Human Race down a path it should not follow? All signs point to yes.
Wesley Crusher - Wunderkind, General Annoyance, Style Icon. But never fear, dedicated followers of Star Trek fashion: Wesley's most iconic
design travesty sweater can now be emulated in handy dandy Hoodie format. Good god people, what have we done? We must be stopped.
It's getting colder and colder as November plows on, so if someone could buy me this Hoodie so I could feel both worthy of the Klingon Empire and a bit warmer? That'd be great.
As September gives way to October, the chill of Fall is in the air - and any true Klingon warrior worthy to fight off the cold of winter would be well equipped with Kimberly Gintar's knitted scarf, which doubles as a Bat'leth.