The young mind is a dangerous and complicated arena, where the cartoon violence of youth battles the boobies of desire in an unyielding quest to find that adolescent holy grail: cartoon boobie violence. Proudly leading the way, Another Enemy
Started by a Cleveland duo inspired by the "Oh no they didn't" over-the-topness of late '80s/early '90s tees (Co-Ed Naked, Big Johnson), iconic cartoon characters, and the timeless siren of gratuitous boobage, AE's just rolled out fitted, ultra-soft tees and hoodies artily sporting these themes in twisted mashups of toons, sex, and violence, while puzzlingly omitting Cheetara.
Disney faves are heavily repped -- one has Mickey pulling away his mouse-face to reveal a demonic grin, another has Thumper concealing an axe behind his back, and a final masterpiece sees two hot lady friends in an amorous embrace tucked inside the outline of Winnie the Pooh, who apparently found that pesky honey pot.
Hot, non-Disneyfied action includes a drawing of two nude, '40s-style starlets in hand-to-hand combat, a spread-legged, smut-perusing "college girl," and a nubile, necktied, sexed-up Avril-Lavigne-type with the mantra "Make enemies not friends", an especially apt recommendation if you're cruising around town with some tool named Sk8er Boi
If you're not into hot toon on toon, AE's also got "Unmask the Beast", a happy-go-lucky Mr. Cleanish character unzipping his face to reveal the real primal creature within, showing that when it comes to adulthood, the true battle is between tidy cueball-dom and primal hair.