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Old Gods Need Clothes Too

Miles To Go Clothing have announced that they’ve just released a new shirt inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s classic horror story “The Call Of Cthulu.”

Published in the magazine Weird Tales in 1928, the short story has since inspired such games as World Of Warcraft, Lost Souls, and even Scribblenauts, as well as countless movies, comic books, and a great but misspelled Metallica song.

As for the shirt, it’s printed on 100% cotton American Apparel t-shirts using discharge ink, which actually re-dyes the fibers permanently to avoid cracking.

It’s available in black or navy, though the latter is a seriously limited edition run of only twenty.

The shirts are available from http://store.milestogoclothing.com for $25.

Even cooler, if you use the code “egm,” the shipping is free.

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Miles To Go Announces “Call Of Cthulu” Shirt

Miles To Go Clothing have announced that they’ve just released a new shirt inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s classic horror story “The Call Of Cthulu.”

By Paul Semel | 09/17/2012 02:00 PM PT

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Old Gods Need Clothes Too

Miles To Go Clothing have announced that they’ve just released a new shirt inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s classic horror story “The Call Of Cthulu.”

Published in the magazine Weird Tales in 1928, the short story has since inspired such games as World Of Warcraft, Lost Souls, and even Scribblenauts, as well as countless movies, comic books, and a great but misspelled Metallica song.

As for the shirt, it’s printed on 100% cotton American Apparel t-shirts using discharge ink, which actually re-dyes the fibers permanently to avoid cracking.

It’s available in black or navy, though the latter is a seriously limited edition run of only twenty.

The shirts are available from http://store.milestogoclothing.com for $25.

Even cooler, if you use the code “egm,” the shipping is free.

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