Animal House Inspired College Toddler Shirt!

New item this week at supersweetshirts.com.  I’ve been wanting to create a toddler version of this shirt for quite some time.  This week I finally got around to it, trying to replicate the shirt in the film as good as I possibly could.  The end result was fantastic!

This shirt is now available in our eBay store, Etsy Shop, and at supersweetshirts.com. “Toga! Toga!”

Karate Kid Miyagi-Do New Onesie!

It’s been a while since I had some new onesies to debut.  Over the next few weeks I will have a bunch coming out.  The first onesie that I am releasing is another Karate Kid Onesie.  Before this I only had this item:

   Now you can dress your kid like a hero with the new Miyagi-Do onesie.  I had always wanted to do a print involving the Miyagi-Do logo.  This onesie came out awesome and whether you buy this for your kid, or a gift for someone elses, everyone will love this.

This is available in our Etsy, eBay, and main website at supersweetshirts.com where you will get the lowest price.  Follow us on Instagram for a coupon code to use at our main website.

Netflix Alert: "Messenger of Death"

    There are some beauties on Netflix this month.  Here is one from one of my favorite actors of all time, Charles Bronson.  I have seen most of his films but somehow missed this one.  “Messenger of Death” is the story of this family in a private Mormon community that was was slaughtered by two evil and mysterious visitors wielding shotguns.  They destroy 3 women and 6 little children.  Like most Bronson movies, there isn’t much left for the imagination in this brutal scene (although they spare you the imagery of the kids actually getting hit with bullets).  Bronson plays a station wagon driving (with wood paneling) reporter who covers the story, and (big shocker) decides to take matters into his own hands.

    Like most Bronson movies, the police fail to handle the case correctly due to the laws holding them back. In this case, they have to release the prime suspect from custody unless they planned on charging him with something, plus they say that the crime was outside their jurisdiction (which is kind of hilarious because they worked the crime scene.)  Of course Bronson thinks all of this is bullshit.  Even though Bronson knows the prime suspect they let go isn’t the killer, he is convinced that its one of two Mormon brothers, both blaming each other for the crime.  Bronson eventually gets wrapped up in trying to prevent a group of angry Mormons from hunting down who they believe committed this crime.  Things heat up when an elaborate scheme starts to unfold revealing the real motive behind all that has taken place.  
    Not my favorite Bronson movie by no stretch, but definitely not a stinker.  I think my problem with the movie was just that Bronson was way to laid back in this.  He lacked the bad ass element and horrible dialog that he was known for, especially for being a Cannon release which was known for being his worst (best) work.
    Perhaps the icing on the cake in this movie, is when a character during a fairly climatic scene puts a gun up to his temple and pulls the trigger which results in a bang, s teeny puff of smoke, and perhaps the weakest bullet on earth as it doesn’t exit his head.  One of the more ridiculous scenes I’ve encountered in a movie.  You still get to see a few classic Bronson hand to hand combat scenes so the movie doesn’t totally disappoint.  This is one to watch on a lazy Sunday.  Not a classic, but enjoyable.
One of two Bronson Shirts on our website

Our Bronson shirts are available on our website, eBay store, and Etsy stores.

Netflix Alert: "Miami Connection" – Possibly the best "worst" film ever.

    Sometimes the new kid sleeps on my chest, one of the things I love to do with the new spawn.  Every time she falls asleep on my chest, I fire up the Netflix and watch something totally sweet.  Normally I’d feel somewhat guilty wasting time doing this, but in these cases, “I have to”, right?
    This time, I watched a film I had read a ton about, “Miami Connection.”  The story behind this film (correct me if I’m wrong) is that it was made in the 80’s and but then wasn’t really seen for decades until Drafthouse Films took the film and restored it for blue ray release in 2012.  Here is the plot description from IMDB:

A martial arts rock band goes up against a band of motorcycle ninjas who have tightened their grip on Florida’s narcotics trade.”

I was hooked on this movie after the first few minutes.  It was so terrible, that I loved every second of it.  The music, the costumes, the terrible acting-this movie had everything.

One of my favorite lines in the movie came after a scene where this guy and his goons were trying to get the martial arts rock band, “Dragon Sound”, to stop playing the club.  They of course got their asses kicked so they went to this other guys clubhouse (which appeared to be just a gym/dojo) to ask for their assistance and to strike a deal with him and his gang.  After they make a deal, the guy tells him:

“One more thing I should warn you about.  These guys are black belts at Tae Kwon Do and are pretty bad.”

I nearly pissed myself

This movie is a riot, and when the Black Belt Band plays their music, you get full performances.  Normally I’d be annoyed with something like this, but in this case, you can’t wait until you get to hear the next song! The band plays full performances shirtless with Karate pants and black belts.  It’s unreal and I suggest you watch it now!

First the trailer:

A few clips from this masterpiece:

New baby onesie!

    I’m rolling out the last few of the new of items before we shift into holiday mode.  The first of the new items is the new Robert Smith Cure Onesie.  Our Smiths onesie was such a hit that I wanted to take a similar approach with yet another ridiculous onesie using Robert Smith.

Sizes and Styles
Long Sleeve 0-3 Months $11.00 USD Long Sleeve 3-6 Months $11.00 USD Long Sleeve 6-9 Months $11.00 USD Long Sleeve 12 Months $12.00 USD Long Sleeve 18 Months $12.00 USD Short Sleeve 0-3 Months $11.00 USD Short Sleeve 3-6 Months $11.00 USD Short Sleeve 6-9 Months $11.00 USD Short Sleeve 12 Months $11.00 USD Short Sleeve 18 Months $11.00 USD

    I also put out a variant of the design in the form of a Toddler T.  Your kid will look insanely hip rocking this T-shirt at school while the rest of the kids stroll around with Thomas the Tank shirts.

Sizes
2T $13.00 USD 3T $13.00 USD 

Both items are available in our Etsy and eBay stores (links to the right of the blog) and will soon be on our main site.  

Your baby or toddler is the Master!

   I’ve had many requests for this one.  Finally it has arrived in the form of a toddler tee and a onesie.  The Shogun of Harlem!  I have added this to our Etsy shop and our eBay shop and it will soon be on our main website.  Like other products we have posted about recently, this has also been made available for purchase right here on our blog.

Sizes and Styles
Long Sleeve 0-3 Months $11.00 USD Long Sleeve 3-6 Months $11.00 USD Long Sleeve 6-9 Months $11.00 USD Long Sleeve 12 Months $12.00 USD Long Sleeve 18 Months $12.00 USD Short Sleeve 0-3 Months $11.00 USD Short Sleeve 3-6 Months $11.00 USD Short Sleeve 6-9 Months $11.00 USD Short Sleeve 12 Months $11.00 USD Short Sleeve 18 Months $11.00 USD


Sizes
2T $12.00 USD 3T $12.00 USD

Serpico Shirt Style Change!

    So after sitting on the new Serpico Shirt for few days, I came to the realization that there was something off about the shirt.  I loved the idea, but the shirt was bland.  Serpico was not bland.  His sweet mustache…was not bland.  It was time to change it up.  So I printed the shirt on the same color as the “Commodore 80’s Shirt and used blue ink.  It was totally sweet looking.  This weekend was the Buffalo Wing Fest downtown, so I wore the shirt down there to see what the reactions would be.  People loved it.  The ticket guy commented on it and to top it off, a wing place out of New Orleans offered to give me a whole bunch of free wings if they could snap a picture of it.  That was it.  The Serpico shirt has now changed styles.

New Shirt!

    I had been waiting for a while to release this one.  I had actually started making the screen for it last week but learned that I shouldn’t make them a few beers deep.  I had messed up the screen and of course had no more supplies in stock for a new one so an order had to be placed.  Well this week I was able to have it finished!  I give you the “Commodore” shirt.

Sizes
Small $16.00 USD Medium $16.00 USD Large $16.00 USD X-Large $16.00 USD XXL $19.00 USD

"Raw Deal" Shirt

   Three new Arnold Shirts come out  this week and we will be rolling them out on the blog first before they become available on the website.  Today’s shirt is the black version of the “Raw Deal” shirt.  This shirt will win over any action fan, especially if they love Arnold movies as you will not find this shirt anywhere else.

Sizes
Small$17.00 USD Medium$17.00 USD Large$17.00 USD X-Large$17.00 USD XXL$19.00 USD

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