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Reigning Tee Madness Champion 8-Bit Zombie blew a lot of people’s minds yesterday with their extraordinary Summer 2012 release. The coolest item was definitely the “8-bit Zombie Kids Club” package which included a custom lunch box, patch and t shirt. The t shirt was available in two colors, heather neon orange and heather kelly green. I refer to this item in the past tense only because it was super limited and sold out in just a few hours. I was pretty swamped at work, and unfortunately missed out on this purchase. 8-bit Zombie hinted on Facebook that the shirts and patches will make a comeback, though.

But have no fear, there are a bunch of other super rad items that celebrate everything great about the ’80s. Here are a few of my favorites, all available right now over at the 8-bit Zombie shop.

Creep Street dropped their long awaited Summer 2012 “Frisky Business” line last week, and they didn’t disappoint. I’m a huge fan of “Stacks on Stacks!,” showing some Simpsons love. I can’t decide between  the white or light blue t shirt (I’m only passing on the black because about 1/3 of my closet is filled with black shirts). And if your ordering anyway, you might as well pick up the “Death From Below” frisbee, the dopest frisbee you’ll ever find for $7. Visit Creep Street’s Little Shop of Horrors or (use code NOMAS for 20% off your first KL order) to get frisky.

VNM continues to kill it with their latest delivery. I mean, honestly, what other clothing line has done an effin’ pomade collab? They’ve teamed up with the exclusive Brooklyn based barbershop and creators of handmade mens grooming products, The Iron Society, to create a custom grooming aid with the sickest label I’ve ever seen on a hair product. I’m more of a glue guy, but this makes me want to to switch up my hairstyle.

I own a bunch of black, white, black, gray, and black t shirts, so the forest green version of “Hateball” is going to be a welcome addition in my closet. I don’t have many front and back print either.

If your looking for some badass, mofo shit, head on over to VNM for these items and more. And if you’re in the UK, they’re currently featured as a guest brand over at Disturbia Clothing.