Zombies and Nintendo go together naturally: both are gray, steal your brain, and usually lead to gunning it in a station wagon...because you live with your parents, and your little sister's soccer practice was over three warp zones ago. For tees that'll make sure you get all the leftover orange slices: 8-Bit ZOMBIE.
Seeking to inspire folks to "to pull out that dusty NES system from the attic and play it again", C. Springs-based 8-Bit's a line of Nintendo/The Undead-heavy funwear billing itself as "retro-radical" -- also a dude who creates all his government protest signs on a Lite Brite. True NES tee designs include a zombie skater (with a Zapper gun) shredding over the graves of Aran, Link, and Mario because "they've spent all of their extra lives", King Hippo from Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! looking bloodier and more pathetic than ever, and Link about to grab a rupee while being manhandled by a heavily armored monster, which is crazy, as actual rupee-theft only gets you behanded. Fresh for the holidays, they've also just released a couple retro (if somewhat less uniquely-themed) cartoonings: a Christmas Vacation joint with images from the flick (like Frank Shirley and a busted-up RV), and two Gremlins trucker hats, adorned respectively with an evil one bursting out the front, and a super sad Gizmo, meaning it'll be the perfect follow-up gift to last X-mas's Zune.
Because both zombies and Nintendo players hate the sun, 8-Bit's also released neon-colored, paint-splattered "mega-rad classic '80s shades", which you've probably already got, because the glare is killer, and there's no way you're letting Mom change your room.