#1 By: pesco, September 3rd, 2013 16:44
#2 By: Jen Onymous, September 3rd, 2013 17:12
Pretty, pretty please let them come up with one of these with the classic Misfits skull logo. Bonus points for Stars of David and a Chanukkah color theme.
#3 By: mkirkland, September 3rd, 2013 17:14
Appropriate, Satan is the Christian interpretation of the horned god celebrated on solstice. Santa Claus is another.
#4 By: pesco, September 3rd, 2013 17:25
Misfits "Crimson Ghost" skull is a brilliant idea.
#5 By: Reg Dunlop, September 3rd, 2013 19:22
I was so close to pulling the trigger on that sweet Satan sweater until I saw that Christmas delivery is NOT guaranteed.
#6 By: bombblastlightningwaltz, September 3rd, 2013 19:57
I saw a man wearing a Baphomet Sub-Genius t-shirt this summer, looked very hip. It is unfortunate Baphomet has become misrepresented as Satan but once everyone believes the lie...
#7 By: Brian Sizemore, September 3rd, 2013 21:46
This looks like something I should see a commercial for in the 90's while watching Weird TV.
#8 By: digitalArtform, September 3rd, 2013 22:10
Would prefer if the designs were not so instantly discernible.
Just one opinion.
#9 By: Itsumishi, September 4th, 2013 00:30
I've just requested a sweater with a big ass clock knitted into the front. A la Flavor Flav!
Fingers crossed they agree it would be too cool for school.
#10 By: knoxblox, September 4th, 2013 01:27
#11 By: Chentzilla, September 4th, 2013 04:38
"Clock" didn't read right at the first glance. Probably because it was close to "ass".
#12 By: Chentzilla, September 4th, 2013 04:39
Cthulhu sweater sadly missing. Would be a hit among Russian sysadmins.
#13 By: knoxblox, September 4th, 2013 09:10
If it was a Cthulhu sweater based on the Elder Ones, the neck hole might be missing, too.
#16 By: Charlie, September 4th, 2013 16:21
#17 By: unwesen, September 5th, 2013 06:50
It's Baphomet, not Satan. Please correct.
Baphomet (/ˈbæfɵmɛt/; from medieval Latin Baphometh, baffometi, Occitan Bafometz) is a term originally used to describe an idol or deity which the Knights Templar were accused of worshiping, and subsequently incorporated into disparate occult and mystical traditions. It appeared as a term for a pagan idol in trial transcripts of the Inquisition of the Knights Templar in the early 14th century, The name first came into popular English usage in the 19th century, with debate and speculation on th Si...
#18 By: pesco, September 8th, 2013 16:44
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