T-shirt purveyor Meatbun is having a Memorial Day sale, in which objects of art like these two Kotaku t-shirts are on sale for $5 each. You should buy them all. All of them.
Our good friends at t-shirt company Meatbun are selling two official Kotaku shirts.
Not content with releasing just one line of shirts this month, the friends of Kotaku at Meat Bun have released a second, and this one's all about souls.
Friends of Kotaku Meat Bun have dropped four new shirt designs this week, and we're particularly fond of two of them because, well, they're Kotaku shirts.
Video game clothing emporium Meat Bun returns just in time for my Australian winter with a range of shirts based on that most timeless and unchanging of genres: racing games.
Michael McWhertor, formerly of Kotaku, currently of GameTrailers and always of chestcloth providers Meat Bun, is brightening up the holiday season with what I think is the best collection of shirts his little operation has yet to come up with.
He gets OK grades in school. He has a few friends. They seem passable. He eats at the table every night and sits in the back seat of the car every weekend, but really, he's a teenage boy. You don't know him.
As soon as games launch, he or she's got 'em. This gamer doesn't just play games, this gamer collects them. Their back catalogue is more than a best-of or a bunch of favorites, it's a compendium—a library.
As far as Street Fighter gamers get, they don't come much bigger than Daigo Umehara. He endorses fight sticks and has his own t-shirts. And here, he's profiled on Japanese TV.
Forget his flirtation with Nintendo on the Wii. Monkey maraca simulation Samba de Amigo was, is and always will be a Sega icon, a reminder that the Dreamcast was cool, quirky and now very, very dead.
Purveyors of fine video game t-shirts, Meat Bun Heavy Industries, are back with an all-new line of clothing. And by clothing, I mean fine video game t-shirts.
Asian American pop culture mag Giant Robot has been in a bit of financial trouble lately, so its asked some friends to help out. And who has answered the call? Some male cheerleaders, that's who.
This is what happens when Paul Robertson, of Scott Pilgrim and Pirate Baby's Cabana Battle Street Fight fame, sits down and designs something with Meat Bun, of rad gaming t-shirts game.
Meat Bun, your friendly neighborhood awesome T-shirt maker, is offering the Kotaku-tan tees at half off for the next 24 hours. You still get the whole shirt! [Meat Bun]
The sorcerers at Meat Bun have summoned forth a magical set of t-shirts for their summer 2010 line, "Wizards 'n Warriors," celebrating the 8-bit fantasy fighters and casters who made the early days of gaming so magical.
This little gem was being handed out to a very select crowd of people at the Capcom booth.