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The BugPowder Comics-Related T-Shirt Museum and Gallery

All these shirts were acquired between 1988 and 2000. See below each shirt for historical notes.
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Vogarth
Printed circa 1993. Acquired circa 1993.
Produced to acompany glossy re-launch of small press comic. Free gift to subscribers. One of the most recognised shirts I own.
Flaming Carrot (1)
Printed pre 1989. Acquired circa 1989.
Flaming Carrot (2)
Printed pre 1991. Acquired circa 1991.
Freak Brothers: "The Cops!?!"
Printed repeatedly since 1985. Acquired 1990.
Caption 1997
Printed 1997. Acquired Sunday 20 July 1997.
Cerebus for Dictator
Reprinted circa 1990. Acquired circa 1990.
First Cerebus t-shirt in glorious 70s pale blue. Doesn't get worn often for that very reason (see Cerebus: Jaka's Story for comparison)
The Spirit
Printed 1988. Acquired circa 1991-2.
Lord Horror
Printed early 90s. Acquired a UKCAC convention (1994?).
Cerebus: "I Survived Jaka's Story"
Acquired circa 1990
Omaha The Cat Dancer (1)
Printed 1986. Acquired early 90s
Tank Girl
Printed 1988. Acquired 1988.
First Tank Girl t-shirt to be produced
3 in a Bed
Printed ?. Acquired 1999.
Signed by creator Jeremy Dennis
Marshal Law: "Mercy My Ass"
Printed 1988. Acquired 1988.
First Marshall Law t-shirt. Signed by Pat Mills in 1989. Still visible.
Omaha The Cat Dancer (2)
Printed 1989. Acquired 2000.
Very good condition. Hidden in basement of Comics Showcase for a decade.
Bastard Bunny (1)
Printed 1990. Acquired 1992.
First Bastard Bunny t-shirt produced for original BB comic. (see other shirt for comparison)
Bastard Bunny (2)
Printed 1992 Acquired 1992.
Second Bastard Bunny t-shirt, produced mid-way into series.
Aleksander Zograf: Psychonaut
Printed circa 1997. Acquired circa 1997 at Caption convention.
Produced by Lee Kennedy.
Watchmen
Printed 1987. Donated to the Museum by Dek Baker in 1999
One of the original Watchmen t-shirts.
Sandman: "How would you feel about life if Death was your older sister?"
Printed 1991. Acquired 1991.
First Sandman t-shirt, released as part of initial Sandman merchandising.
Akira
Printed 1991. Acquired circa 1993.

Comments:

prashton@focalplane.com: "Why not iron them before taking the photos???"

But then how would you know they were T-Shirts???

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