Star-Lord Comic Cover Men's T-Shirt
Showing off the 1982 Special Edition story for Chris Pratt, err, I mean Starlord comes the super cool 100% cotton Star-Lord Comic Cover Men's T-Shirt! Wow, I know he really changed from 'The Office' but I guess there was even a bigger shift back in the 1980s! That's to be understood though...I mean heck, mullets were cool back then!
Fan of the famous Guardian of the Galaxy and distressed t-shirts? This Guardian of the Galaxy t-shirt is what you need and may even help you should you need to challenge people to a dance-off. I'm thinking that Starlord won even more of those battles back then because of that choice in headgear. I know those wide-eyes are freaking me out and we are lucky that he decided to update his style but then again, it is always important to remember where you came from!
This Star-Lord t-shirt features the cover art to Star-Lord: The Special Edition #1, rendered by artist Terry Austin.
Release Date: February 1st, 1982
Writers: Chris Claremont, Steve Moore
Pencillers: John Byrne, Michael Golden, Dave Gibbons, Terry Austin
Inkers: Dave Gibbons, Terry Austin
Synopsis: Originally appearing as a black and white story in the pages of Marvel's slick, 70s-era magazine, Marvel Previews, this story features the first cooperative work by Chris Claremont, John Byrne, and Terry Austin, who, in a few short months, would move on to their soon-to-be-seminal work on Uncanny X-Men.
Star-Lord came out of a Marvel that was still residing creatively in a more "experimental" stage, offered alongside books like Tomb of Dracula, Master of Kung Fu, and Howard the Duck; it was a full-on, world-building space opera featuring a character conveyed by a sentient star-craft conveniently called...wait for it... "Ship."
It's also worth noting that the first iteration of Star-Lord was absolutely not the potty-mouthed smarty pants currently appearing in comics and the acclaimed Guardians of the Galaxy films; he was a very rigid, very determined space hero acting as, and placed in the familiar aesthetics of, classic sci-fi staples such as Buck Rogers and Flash Gordon.
Yeah, it took at least 20 years to perfectly develop that charming, cynicism-charged humor.
- Sku: tsstlrdcmccvr
- Color: Black
- Sleeve Type: Short sleeve
- Licensor: Marvel
- Style Attributes: Image, Distressed, Retro
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a throw back to the original star lord nice texture.