- This shirt was both packaged and shipped nicely from Treehouse Brand Stores, LLC. The t-shirt was neatly folded and actually packaged in a separate plastic baggie. There was no big [wasteful] cardboard box, but a thin but sturdy plastic wrap. Now, that's great customer service!
- Isaac Clarke's [three-slit] visor is made with "glow in the dark" ink.
- The entire front of this t-shirt is a picture of Isaac Clarke from the amazing Dead Space video game. This image is the same as the one used on the cover of the "limited edition" The Art of Dead Space: Designing a Nightmare art book, which was given out as a bonus at the time of the game's release.
- T-shirt makers, take note: no tag t-shirts are the best. Don't you always get annoyed by the "bump" on the back of your neck from the tag?
- Although the t-shirt itself is thin (enough to wear on a hot sunny day), the feel and quality of the shirt is pretty good.
- Isaac Clarke's [three-slit] visor is made with "glow in the dark" ink. Although the concept is cool enough, aren't we pass the time and age where anything "glow in the dark" is used? Just something about that "feature" that sounds really childish.
- The back of the shirt has "Visceral Games" near the top middle area (right under the back of your neck). I think it would've been better if it just said "Dead Space" instead, just like on the cover the video game.
- At first, I wasn't a big fan of the overall design; it seemed to "showy." I would've preferred to see a smaller front print of Isaac at either the bottom left or right. And on the back, have a Necromorph on the opposite bottom left or right lurking around to "ambush" Isaac.
- If anything is ugly, it's the price of these shirts. Luckily, this shirt isn't as ridiculously expensive as the Vintage Comic Tee (but it's still on the "pricey" side). With the money being spent on this, you'd expect it to do more.
- This shirt comes in all sizes: small, medium, large, extra large, and extra extra large (just like pizza).
I looked everywhere on eBay before going through with my purchase in Visceral Games [online] Store. I really didn't want to pay $24.00 (which doesn't include shipping and handling charges) for a shirt. Can you blame me for that? I had some reservations about the design of the shirt before (for instance, I wasn't convinced that the oversized front print of Isaac was a good idea; I figured it would've been better if the size of the print were a bit smaller and placed near the bottom left or right). However, once I received this in the mail and got to view this shirt up close and personal, I was immediately won over. I paid a total of $30.00 (which includes the shipping and handling fee of $6.00 for "domestic standard" which takes 3-5 days for delivery).
NOTE: I DO NOT REPRESENT eBAY OR THE VISCERAL GAMES STORE. I HAVE NOT BEEN PAID TO MENTION THEIR NAMES. I AM ONLY RECOMMENDING [OR NOT] SOLELY BASED UPON MY EXPERIENCES WITH THEM.
For a t-shirt, this is definitely on the pricey side. However, if you're a big fan of Dead Space and want to show the world (without embarrassing yourself with your little or big action figure collection), then I'd recommend getting this shirt. If you want to spend a little more cash for a shirt, I'd most definitely recommend on getting the Vintage Comic Tee instead (here's the link for the same-styled shirt for women).
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