Pop-culture fans will go to extreme lengths to get closer to the things they love: attending conventions, writing fan fiction, and, sometimes, going so far as being Quentin Tarantino. Illustrating one man's love of his beloved shows and movies: GeekBoy Press
Fueled by 1) what he saw as a lack of cool merchandise honoring his faves and 2) the knowledge that making/selling his own products at comic cons would get him in early to grab up all the sweet, sweet dweeb-merch he could handle, the BuxCo graphic designer behind GeekBoy began offering custom prints and wearables full of references that nerds feed on, but cool enough for you to safely rock (NERD!). Tees and hoodies include the zombie/beef portmanteau "Brains...it's what's for dinner", nods to Firefly/Serenity and Dr. Who featuring iconic silhouettes and memorable quotes, and an almost unwearably lame pale blue job bedecked with a buck's head and the Harry Potter incantation "Expecto Patronum", also a presumptuous way to order top shelf tequila in a dead language. For digital illustrations available as stylized cartoonish prints, there's Lost's Hurley clutching his lotto ticket on a deserted beach, tributes to Psych and Sam-Jackson-voiced Afro Samurai, a recruiting poster from Mars Attacks!, and a series of Star Wars jobs featuring Vader, Leia, and C-3PO/R2 -- who, no matter what bearded dudes in bathrobes tell you, are the droids you're looking for
GBP also carries a line of bags mirroring most of the tees along with (why not?!?) an apron adorned with a Dr. Who villain, handy for ensuring that when you're heating up some tomato bisque, you don't run the risk of becoming Mr. Pink.