for Men and Women
Why not celebrate your childhood with one of these retro T-shirts?
P-P-Pick Up A Penguin T-shirt
Okay, so this wasn't actually a cartoon, but we all remember this TV advert don't we? This fine-looking tee features the old school imagery from back in the day and is available for both men and women.
"Um Bongo, Um Bongo, they drink it in the Congo!" Yes, if you're of a certain age then you will remember the Um Bongo TV adverts that were a regular feature on our TV screens back in the 1980s. Two tees are availabale featuring the classic logo.
M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armoured Strike Kommand) was an action-packed
cartoon series that originally aired for two season from 1985 to 1986,
with 75 episodes in total. The storylines revolved around a law
enforcement task force taking on a criminal organistation called
This T-shirt is available in no less than 14 colours and is 100% cotton.
The Trap Door Cartoon T-Shirt
Okay, so this wasn't actually a cartoon, but an animated series featuring clay models. Each story followed the adventures of a group of monsters who lived in a castle. 40 episodes were created and each one lasted for five minutes. You may also remember the voices for the characters which were provided by Willie Rushton, and it just wouldn't have been the same without him!
Trap Door is now considered a cult classic, and, thankfully, a
well-designed T-shirt is available to celebrate the series. Once again, a
huge choice of colours and sizes are available, with the design printed
onto a pre-shrunk, 100% cotton Tee.
This was a Welsh 80s cartoon (very different to the more gentile Ivor The Engine, though) that originally ran from 1983 until 1985 on S4C and then BBC1. The animated series followed the adventures of a superhero teddy bear and his bumbling friend Spotty.
This authentic design featuring both Ted and the cartoon logo is printed onto a pre-shrunk, ringspun, 100% cotton T-shirt to avoid shrinkage, and is 100% cotton.
Transport yourself back to Cuckoo Land with one of these retro cartoon T-shirts. Although regarded as an 80s cartoon, the series originally aired on ITV from 1976 to 1979, but was repeated during the 80s. Best memories for me are Jamie's pet dog Wordsworth and his mother saying "sleep well, Jamie" at the start of each episode.
There are a number of T-shirts available for both men and women.
Remember this prehistoric superhero? Perhaps, one of the best-remembers features was his batlle cry where he called out his own name. Captain Caveman and The Teen Angels was aired from the late 70s and into the 80s and was created by Hanna-Barbera.
There are a number of T-shirts available celebrating the series in many colours and for both Men and Women.
So, what were Thundercats exactly? I can only describe them as part human, part cat aliens. Originally a Japanese animation, the cartoon was adapted for an American audience and originally aired from 1985 to 1989. A comic book by Marvel was also produced.
A wide range of T-shirts are available in many sizes, colours and styles.
You had to feel sorry for these poor dolls who lived in the reject bin in Mr. Grimes toy factory. However, the cartoon portrayed a very positive message for children regarding imperfections/disability. This British cartoon was produced for Yorkshire Television and ran for nine series until the end of 1994, so it had a pretty long run.
There are several choice of T-shirt design available, but the one featured here is my personal favourite.
This unusual cartoon was aired in the 1970s and featured a family of shape-shifting, blob creatures with no legs. They were thoughtful of the environment and tried to educate kids to be environmentally aware. There are a couple of top quality T-shirt designs available which are both available in many colours and sizes for both Men and Women. The other design is featured below.
There are actually dozens of designs available with a Transformers theme, and the one shown is a cybertron contrast design.
The first toys started to appear around 1984 with the TV series and movie quickly following. TV ads for the transformer toys (I can still remember the "robots in disguise" song in the ad) were regularly shown during the 1980s.
This horrifying British cartoon series was a spin-off from Danger Mouse and ran for four series, starting in the Autumn of 1988. Count Duckula lived in a Dracula style, scary-looking castle with Igor the butler and his over-sizes nanny.
There are several designs of T-Shirts available for both men and women, and my personal favourite is the grey one shown here.
This cartoon was one of my favourites from my childhood, and I always used to get excited about what character Mr Benn was going to transform himself into in the fancy dress shop. There were only ever 13 episodes, but one extra episode was shown in 2005 entitled Gladiator.
This tee is eco-friendly and fair trade.
Mr. Stardust T-shirt for Men
Inspired by the Mr. Men and David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust character, this fantastic tee has been designed exclusively by Jonny Cotton. It's available in three colours and for all sizes.
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