Remember those creepy human anatomy dolls from science class? The ones with the removable organs? Mojang and Jinx have teamed up to make one for Minecraft's most iconic villain, and it's incredibly educational.
The next World of Warcraft expansion is only a week away, which gives me something to do until November, when the official Mists of Pandaria panda hoodie I just ordered from Jinx arrives.
The fine folks at Jinx have rolled out a fresh batch of Valve products, featuring some amazing Portal 2 shirts and a pair of underwear that you'll need to incinerate to earn your freedom.
Coming in September from official Minecraft online retailer Jinx, this huggable depiction of the game's most familiar foe does, at first, resemble the Incredible Hulk's junk.
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Quick, what class do you play in Star Wars: The Old Republic? What faction? If it took you a moment to answer, you could probably do with one of Jinx's new line of SWTOR-inspired chest coverings.
Gamer clothing creators Jinx have teamed up with Riot Games competitive PC gaming sensation League of Legends to create a set of shirts that I do not understand. Do you?
Every year geek clothing companyJinx uses BlizzCon as an excuse to roll out their latest and greatest Blizzard-inspired fashions. This year's Demon Hunter coat and Tyrael hoodie make me want to be a better, thinner man.
Is this the best summer for video game-themed socks... ever? It's looking that way, now that J!NX has released officially licensed Portal 2 knee socks, footwear based on the Aperture Science Long Fall Boots from Valve's first-person puzzler.
Need a way to identify yourself as a hardcore Minecraft player when you're out and about? LIAR! Hardcore Minecraft players never leave the house. For those lesser players that do, Jinx has some lovely official Minecraft tees to help hide your chest.
Geek culture and gaming-inspired clothing company Jinx adds another game to its lineup as Call of Duty: Black Ops joins World of Warcraft and StarCraft II as part of the company's holiday 2010 line.
You can't throw a rock without hitting someone wearing one of video game clothing company Jinx's new World of Warcraft murloc hoodies. I chatted with the designer of this adorably terrifying garment.
The gaming t-shirt people at Jinx have released their fall World of Warcraft clothing line, and fans of the game's most popular aquatic enemies really have something to gurgle over.
World of Warcraft clothing creators J!NX has been spreading its wings lately, introducing the first in a new line of t-shirts for NCsoft's recently-launched Aion.
World of Warcraft merchandisers supreme Jinx have unleashed their new winter line just in time for Christmas, complete with the return of the talking, hand-humping murloc plushies.
The foks at J!nx are absolutely brilliant. Wanting to bring something other than hats, shirts, and gurgling murlocs to the BlizzCon 2008 party, they've come up with a way to combine all the competition of a PVP arena with the carnival fun of tossing bean bags through holes, the J!nx PVP Arena. While I had missed it…
By far the most popular item available for purchase at BlizzCon 2008, the plush talking murloc doll from the lovely folks at Jinx completely sold out yesterday at the convention, and today's allotment is going quickly as well, with lines stretch across the convention floor. I managed to beg, plead, cry, and pay $40…