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Comics-inspired typographic prints might look good on your wall

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Comics fans searching for a visually bold yet affordable way to liven up a room may find something that suits their tastes, and their budgets, from GeekMyWall, which offers a line of striking typographic posters inspired by comics characters.

Harley Quinn, Batman, Green Lantern, Rorschach, V — they’re all represented in prints beginning at 11 inches by 17 inches or $25. Each figure is created from character-appropriate quotes. For instance, Wonder Woman is, “Of all people, you know who I am … …who the world needs me to be. I’m Wonder Woman.” And The Flash: “‘I’m getting lectured on child safety from a man who’s gone through four Robins?”

They’re also available as T-shirts. And if the comic characters aren’t for you, there are plenty of television- and movie-themed options.

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(via DC Women Kicking Ass)

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The Tshirts are $50 !!!

Nice but I’ll pass !

“‘I’m getting lectured on child safety from a man who’s gone through four Robins?”

Oh, cool! That’s from one of my issues! THAT, I’ll buy!

What does the Wonder Woman one say?
These are really cool though, so 25 bucks for a poster isn’t too bad.

@Mark- which issue did that come from? Sounds familar.

@ Nicole

That line was from Flash #233, Flash pointed it out to Batman.

I can’t read Wonder Woman’s.

And I knew the Flash one had to have come from a Waid book. Perfect mix of character and identity, though I wouldn’t catagorize it as a Flash line along the lines of “Fastest Man Alive”. Still, I recognized it.

I would get ninja turtles made that way:)

WW art says: “Of all people, you know who I am; who the world needs me to be. I am Wonder Woman.”

I love the Flash, and that’s unquestionably a great line. Seems a weird choice for a definitive quote for the Flash though — all the rest of the quotes are pretty self-contained, but Flash’s is more about Batman (and Impulse) than him. Seems a little more inside baseball than the rest of them.

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