WeLoveFine has announced the winners of its Avengers t-shirt design contest, which was judged by Ryan Penagos, the editorial director of Marvel.com, and, uh, me. Ryan and I had some differing opinions (his were mostly wrong) but we nonetheless managed to team up and come away with a grand prize winner, two judges picks, a runner-up and a host of excellent honorable mentions! Read more for the full set of Avengers tees, which are on sale now in both babydoll shirts and men's sizes for $25 each.
Grand Prize: Assemble by An
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The fine people at Mighty Fine have released another series of Marvel Comics t-shirts for men and women that you can use to impress your friends at parties, concerts, chess tournaments and wherever else people gather to admire high quality apparel. The latest designs are variously
We've featured the excellent and stylish Marvel comics shirts from MightyFine several times before, but as a lady I had the same question that I have about virtually every other line of superhero-related apparel: Why aren't there any designs in women's sizes? (Especially when they feature awesome female characters?)
Well, the fine folks at Mighty Fine have heard my pleas, and are now offering some of their best shirts in babydoll sizes.
The new shirts include both the Patri
Known for their unique selection of Marvel t-shirts, Mighty Fine channeled the signature illustration style of Patrick Nagel in their latest collection of 1980s-inspired t-shirts featuring the lovely ladies of the X-Men. Phoenix, Storm, Rogue, and Shadowcat get the full '80s fashion treatment, resulting in a set of bodacious mutant muses that could