A design depicting the quest of Roland Deschain, last of Arthur Eld's line, to catch Marten Broadcloak and eventually find and enter The Dark Tower.
"The man in black fled across the desert. and the Gunslinger followed."
At last, on 7" vinyl, the magnificent debut single of the extraordinary Todd Rivers, star of the controversial horror show Darkplace.
Featuring a rap by Dean Learner and a very special vocal appearance by the dreamweaver himself, Garth Marenghi
One of the enduring images of 80s high school comedy dramas is from 1989's Say Anything with a young John Cusack serenading his would-be girlfriend by playing Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes" on his boombox.
Lloyd Dobler is one of a select number of trenchcoat wearing film and TV characters along with everyone's favourite Supernatural angel, Castiel, who features here in Lloyd's iconic pose.
Some of the best fighter ships protecting us from alien menace! From top left:
• Colonial Viper (Battlestar Galactica)
• SA-43 'Hammerhead' Endo/Exo-Atmospheric Attack Jet (Space Above And Beyond)
• Earth Defense Directorate Star Fighter (Buck Rogers In The 25th Century)
• F-302 multi-role fighter (Stargate SG-1)
• Earthforce Starfury (Babylon 5)
• X-Wing Fighter (Star Wars)
• Delta Flyer (Star Trek: Voyager)
• Star League Gunstar (The Last Starfighter)
The last thing you want to see when you open your curtains in the morning is a gigantic planet devouring alien coming over the horizon. Sadly, too many people have woken to this sight.
Only The Fantastic Four (and maybe The Avengers) can save us now!
Everyone has "their" Doctor; the one they grew up with - mine was the Fifth - the youthful, intrepid Doctor with his faithful robot dog K9.
I also loved Herge's Adventures of Tin Tin - the story of a youthful, intrepid reporter and his faithful dog Snowy.
Seemed a good match for a t-shirt mashup!
Four fantastic, memorable, larger than life cars from the world of TV. From top to bottom:
• 1979 Ferrari 308 GTS – Magnum P.I.
• 1969 Dodge Charger – The Dukes Of Hazzard (The General Lee)
• 1967 Chevrolet Impala – Supernatural (The Metallicar)
• 1975 Ford Gran Torino – Starsky & Hutch
Jay & Silent Bob found out, in Dogma, to their dismay, that the Chicago suburb-town of Shermer, Illinois, was actually an entirely fictional place, dreamed up by the master of the 80s teen comedy/drama - John Hughes.
Many of the films he wrote or directed were set in the same fictitious universe. In a 1999 interview he revealed the scale of this "Shermer-verse". 15 years worth of notebooks detailed how Ferris Bueller (FB's Day Off) was friends with Sam Baker (16 Candles), John Bender (The Breakfast Club) lived three doors down from Del Griffiths (Planes, Trains & Automobiles) and so on. What a shame his untimely death meant we did not get to see this 'verse expanded upon.
The bulldog mascot was briefly mention in Ferris Buelle...
science, john-hughes, shermer, illinois, chicago
Inspired by the DVD cover from Batman Begins, this idea incorporates that image, of the bats, with the instantly recognisable silhouette of one of Britain's greatest ever directors, Alfred Hitchcock, and one of his most well loved thrillers, The Birds.
Fake illness, fool parents, ring the school, fool the Dean of Students, pick up best friend (in his dad’s car), collect girlfriend, fool the Dean of Students, drive to Chicago, get up to crazy antics, fool the Dean of Students, drop off friend (destroy his dad’s car), get home in time to beat parents (and jealous sister), fool the Dean of Students one last time. Relax.
I would like, if I may, to take you on a strange journey.
Picture yourself at a disco. You have forgotten the actions to the Rocky Horror Show's biggest hit - The Time Warp. Let's ignore the fact that the actions are actually described in the lyrics to the song and instead use this handy guide so you can actually take it to those discos!
Don't dream it, be it!
Visit Gilead - Witness the spectacle of the Gunslingers in all their glory and learn about our amazing history - right back to the legendary King Arthur Eld - whose descendants still govern and keep the peace to this day.
Based on the home town of everyone's favourite Gunslinger Roland Deschain - design inspired by the famous 'Visit Stoke Newington' bus travel poster.
Don't let our reputation as a wretched hive of scum and villainy put you off - it's part of the charm here at Mos Eisley. You'll be fine - as long as you shoot first!
Mingle with exotic races from all over the galaxy who come to trade here - while avoiding Imperial entanglements of course!
Come for a drink at Chalmun's Cantina while the famous Figrin D'an & The Modal Nodes perform for you. Just don't forget to leave your droids outside because they're not welcome here!
A renowned spaceport, maybe you could even charter a ship to take you anywhere in the galaxy!
Design inspired by the famous 'Visit Stoke Newington' bus travel poster.
Never was my title of "The Car's The Star" truer than in the mid 80s toy line and cartoon M.A.S.K where seemingly innocuous vehicles could transform into combat ready vehicle to fight crime and the evil forces of Miles Mayhem and V.E.N.O.M,
From top to bottom:
• Thunderhawk - A Chevrolet Camaro which turns into a fighter jet. Piloted by MASK's leader, millionaire playboy Matt Trakker.
• Hurricane - A 1957 Chevy which turns into a tank. Driven by history teacher Hondo "Striker" McLean and mechanic Buddy "Clutch" Hawks.
• Gator - A Jeep c17 which turns into a speedboat. Driven by pizza chef Dusty "Powderkeg" Hayes.
• Rhino - A Kenworth Semi-Truck which turns into an armoured defence and command centre. Driven by Matt Trakker,...
Eternians don't say goodbye, they say "Good Journey".
It is an old saying meaning live the journey, for every destination is but a doorway to another.
As featured in the 1987 Masters Of The Universe film.
The final spell from Professor Emelius Brown's Correspondence College of Witchcraft in London.
Taken from the words around the The Star Of Astoroth, which can be found on the Isle of Naboombu.
Substitutiary Locomotion is essential to the war effort - if only Miss Price could remember the words!
Should I Stay Or Should I Go by The Clash was integral to the plot of Stranger Things: When Will Byers' big brother gave him a tape with his favourite song on nobody knew how important and life saving that question would be...