From: Charlie Straker
i have designed my own shirt. the fron would have the SA logo, but the back would be cool. the back is attached..
Oh yeah, a "Heroes of Extreme Futuristic Wrestling" shirt would just kick so much ass, unlike the people who are actually in the league. But, then again, the EFW doesn't really seem to have any heroes, just goofy slobs like Fat Nick (featured above), so maybe that's not such a great idea after all.
Don't you think one of Jeff K.'s high quality illustrations should grace the front of your t-shirts? I sure do! Something like this would be good. Mine is pretty crappy, but I'm sure Jeff could do something really great, and similar, because I think it should have him on it portrayed as a very muscular man with a machine gun. It's only proper.
I'm not gay, but I have to admit, this shirt turns me on. I want to fondle Jeff's gun.
From: Greg Olson
This isn't for you contest (mainly cause the majority of your readers haven't realized the full potention of FEEDERS) but I just thought you'd like to know that I'll be marketing this shirt myself under my new clothing label, "PoloniaWear"
While I agree that this is a great idea, I think Mark Polonia should be showing off his trademark "rotting array of broken teeth" that he has grown famous for. Well, that and making awful movies involving aliens with whiffleball heads that want to invade Earth.
From: Colin Bonstead
Here's my entry. Watch out, it may "explode in every direction".
...and I would welcome that. Ahh, good ol' Frankie Burke, touch me in the special way only you can.
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