Indie Tokusatsu Merchandise Roundup June 2018
This month’s roundup contains a hot new print item, as well as some more unorthodox ways to show your tokusatsu spirit.
Michael Calero Art
First in our roundup comes a new piece of artwork that has just about everything you would want in a crossover. With Godzilla, Ultraman, and the Power Rangers’ Megazord, this piece is filled with lots of action, and lots of excitement.
You can purchase this print on the artist’s Etsy store, where he has plenty of other nerdy posters that you can look at as well.
There’s no shortage of places where you can get some geeky glassware, but Serious Wizard gives you the opportunity to sport your favorite Kamen Rider logo while drinking your favorite beverage. His store features a wide variety of pint glasses with plenty of different logos from your favorite series, and reviews of the glasses online show that the quality is amazing.
You can pick and choose from their selection here.
Are you the type who loves collecting fabric, or are efficient with a sewing needle? You might be interested in what SewingDoingShop has for you. They have a wide array of tokusatsu fabrics in their store from Super Sentai, Power Rangers, and Kamen Rider. You can make your selections and specify how many yards you need of each fabric.
You can purchase from their store here, and can find all of these designs in their “Japan Character” section. Make sure to check the description of your desired item for coupon codes.
Ilustrata Design is an art designer with a taste for retro visuals, as well as a love for Japan. In their Redbubble store, you can put their designs on just about anything, and it can’t get any better than that. One of their latest design’s to catch some eyes in the community is their “Ramen Rider” design.
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