Audrina Barnes. Anime Merchandise. March 01st , 2018.
More recently Kotobukiya's top of the line Star Wars and Batman ARTFX have excited their fans. Collectors and admirers from all over the world have come to expect top notch craftsmanship for every product line that Kotobukiya produces whether it be from classic and current Japanese animated series or gaming, comics and movie collectibles. Owning a collectible form the Kotobukiya line means quality assurance and top-notch design from one of Japan's most honored brands.
During the 1980s and 1990s in America this type of film made its way to TV audiences, in current times many children growing up all over the world have come across this type of animation. Anime has to be licensed by other countries in order to be deemed legal and some of these licenses can be very expensive, however within the US alone the market was valued at just under $3 billion dollars. Obviously when things start to become popular in countries like the USA, they start to spread to the rest of the western world and now it is a global business. You can watch films, buy gifts associated to these films and even dress as the characters.
This will focus mainly on Tshirts and hopefully give you a better idea of what to look for and find a gift your nerd is really in to. There is also a whole batch of gaming Tshirts with references to every game ever made. If your geek has a favorite, even an old favorite, you can bet there is a nerds shirt just waiting for them. There is an endless supply of movie nerd merchandise too. Monty Python, Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, The Princess Bride, you name it! My favorite is the "The Knights who Formerly Said Ni." There is also Sci-Fi TV show Tshirts including Stargate and Battlestar Galactica. And just as you would expect, there is every type of comic booksuperhero Tshirt you can ever imagine, from Heavy Metal to Domo-Kun to Batman. And for the incredibly high tech geek in your life (not for the laundry-challenged) you can now find illuminated Tshirts with versions of retro table tennis playing across the chest, an animated graphics equalizer or a wi-fi signal detector.
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