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I wish Johnny Crap‘s “Pac Van” existed in real life as opposed to just on paper. Imagine how rad it would have been to drive around in this shaggin wagon as a teenager in the ’80s. The only van that might have gotten you more action is the baddest van on the planet.

You can purchase this signed and numbered print, along with a few others, over at the Johnny Crap web store.

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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.

If you’ve spent any time in an arcade or in front of a television playing video games, you’ve seen some incarnation of the health meter. Critical Hit! Collectibles has taken the life bar version and turned it into a necklace that actually glows. They offer their “Glowing Life Bar” necklace in a full version (pictured above); as well as “Mostly Dead” and “Mostly Alive” versions, which are partially depleted. You can also request different chain lengths that determine where it falls on your neck.

All this customization will only set you back $16, and can be purchased from Critical Hit! Collectibles Etsy shop.