Netflix Voltron, Defender of the Universe was released only a couple days ago as of this writing, but already the buzz is ‘buzzing’ about the show and how it compares to the original series many of us (well, me at least…) grew up on. And with the talk comes a lot more, namely Netflix Voltron original tees from a variety of designers. Feed the nostalgia!
Here’s another awesomely illustrated, cool t shirt design on Red Bubble – The Villain’s To-Do List.
Just another diabolical check list that every true villain has in their possession. Cool thing about this particular t shirt design is it also tests your REAL Geek knowledge on television, film, video games and more from the past and present. Do you have the chops to pass the test?
After watching The Amazing Spider-Man 2 this past weekend and getting an inside look at Harry Osborne’s Oscorp corporation it dawned on me, that there have got to be some seriously cool t-shirts there depicting the various, mega-sized, power-hungry, villainous corporations from film, TV and video games. Here is what I came across…
In Spider-Man’s world, Oscorp is the corporation created by the famous and wealthy Norman Osborn. The company was heavily involved in experimental science, military research and cross-species genetics. [via Red Bubble]
In Resident Evil (video game and subsequent films), the Umbrella Corporation was a giant conglomerate which operated ruthlessly as a major international player in a number of markets; including pharmaceuticals and medical equipment along with top-secret operations utilizing genetic engineering and biological weaponry. [via Red Bubble]
Omni Consumer Products (OCP) is a mega-corporation from the film Robocop, that creates products for virtually every consumer need, has entered into endeavors normally deemed non-profit, and even manufactured an entire city to be maintained. [via Red Bubble]
In the movie Alien, the Weyland-Yutani Corporation is primarily a technology supplier, manufacturing Synthetics, spaceships and computers for a wide range of industrial and commercial clients, making them a household name.[via Red Bubble]
Massive Dynamic is a multi-billion-dollar corporation in the TV show, Fringe, responsible for development and production in a variety of different areas that include but are not limited to weapons testing, robotics, medical equipment and pharmaceuticals. [via Red Bubble]
In 2805, Earth is covered in garbage due to decades of mass consumerism facilitated by the megacorporation Buy ‘n’ Large (BnL) in the movie Wall-e, which results in the Earth’s population evacuating the planet in fully automated starliners. [via Red Bubble]
The dataDyne Corporation is a rival of Carrington Institute, which produces weapons for military and commercial use, and is also involved in various criminal activities in the video game Perfect Dark. [via Red Bubble]
Armacham Technology Corporation (sometimes shortened to ATC) is a company heavily featured in the F.E.A.R. video game series. They are the secondary antagonists of the series, as they are the ones responsible for the monstrous rage of Alma Wade and the creation of the Replica Forces. [via Red Bubble]
The Shinra Electric Power Company also known as Shinra Inc. and sometimes spelled Shin-Ra, is a company in the world of Final Fantasy VII. It is primarily a power company, supplying Mako energy to the world and making electricity efficient and easily available. [via Red Bubble]