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Judge Dredd wants you … to buy his T-shirt!

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Shirts based on comics characters isn’t anything new, but Judge Dredd and 2000AD publisher Rebellion recently partnered with the U.K. T-shirt boutique Last Exit to Nowhere to produce this amazing-looking design. Although it’s based on the film iteration of Dredd rather than the comic itself, it’s still a shirt well worth owning — even with the additional expense of shipping outside the United Kingdom.

Last Exit to Nowhere fills a unique niche in T-shirt printing, doing solely fictional brands seen on television and in movies. In addition to this Mega-City One Justice Department shirt, the company also has one featuring the clowns from The Dark Knight and even the United Underworld from the 1960s Batman series.

I’d love to see Last Exit to Nowhere or some forward-thinking company do more T-shirts in this fashion; the superhero logo shirts seem like big sellers inside and outside of comic shops, and I’d love to get my hands on some merchandise from the likes of Spider-Man’s Daily Bugle, Bruce Wayne’s Wayne Enterprises, or even a line of snazzy Stark gear.

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“Judge Dredd and 2000AD publisher Rebellion recently partnered with the U.K. T-shirt boutique Last Exit to Nowhere to produce this amazing-looking design.”

Rebellion wouldn’t have anything to do with this since film-DREDD and associated paraphernalia is currently owned by DNA films and IMGLOBAL who permit the production merchandise.

Actually, Eustace Last Exit to Nowhere said they did partner directly with Rebellion for the shirt, despite it being based on the DREDD movie. They said so in their press release and directly on their website. They don’t mention the film company’s involvement.

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