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Rue Morgue Finery
With the first bite of winter in the air, Fright Rags has just given you the warmest place to hide: the latest T-shirt in the Rue Morgue Classic Cover Collection, emblazoned with Ghoulish Gary’s illustration from John Carpenter’s The Thing, which graces the front of RM#72, our 10th anniversary Halloween issue! As with the previous American Werewolf (RM#93) and Coffin Joe (RM#85) designs, only 200 shirts are being printed so they’re extremely limited! And you don’t even have to pass a blood test. Just click over to Fright Rags and get one…before they turn into something else.
What good is it to take souls, possess corpses and generally behave like the embodiment of evil if you don’t look spiffy while you’re doing it? Happily, Fright Rags has you covered. They’ve unveiled the second T-shirt in The Rue Morgue Classic Cover Collection – just in time for the Halloween shopping season! – and it’s a beauty. This one features Ghoulish Gary Pullin’s gorgeous Coffin Joe cover art from Rue Morgue #85. You’d better act quickly if you want to score yourself one of these fancy shirts, though. Only 200 of them will be printed, and you’d have better luck giving Coffin Joe a sports manicure (that’s a real thing) than trying to get one after those 200 are gone. Order one now, why don’t you?
The first T-shirt in The Rue Morgue Classic Cover Collection is now on sale from Fright Rags in both men’s and women’s sizes! Stay clear of the moors in this eye-popping, limited-edition reproduction of the cover of RM#93, Ghoulish Gary’s arresting illustration inspired by An American Werewolf in London. Only 200 of this fangtastic design are available so make sure you get your paws on one quick. Click past the jump to get a better look, or order one now! More designs are coming…stay tuned!
This month’s featured Rue Morgue Finery is the new cast pewter belt buckle, designed by Ghoulish Gary Pullin. We look at the original drawing that led to the creation of this horror haberdashery Gary’s christened “Coffin Teeth.”
It’s only one week away before December sets in, cue your Christmas panic. Luckily for you, we’ve come up with the magical date of next Wednesday, December 1 as the shipping deadline for the timely delivery of Rue Morgue Finery for you and yours!
If you’ve got horror fans on your list (and if you’re reading this then we guess you do!), we’ve got ideas for ya!
No doubt you’ve seen Rue Morgue Finery’s new Skull King tees in the mag. Regal, understated, cool, dark and deadly. Largely thought to be one of the tightest shirt designs ever created at the House of Horror, it should be no surprise then that its creation grew out of one of Rue Morgue’s finest hours (the 100th issue), and was a tag-team effort by the double threat of Ghoulish Gary and Justin Erickson.
Gary had this to say about how it came to be…
Earlier this year, Rue Morgue founder Rodrigo Gudiño decided it was high time to christen RM‘s fashion fearward line of creepy clothing, jewelry and accessories, especially in light of the new slate of designs introduced at the 2010 Festival of Fear. Hence, Rue Morgue Finery was born – a name that, for us, perfectly summarizes our commitment to producing high-quality, orb-popping garments and apparel, designed by RM‘s very own Ghoulish Gary Pullin and Justin Erickson.
Rue Morgue disciples in the Toronto area, rejoice! The full line of Rue Morgue Finery is now available at the Blue Banana Market in Kensington Market (250 Augusta Avenue, 416-594-6600). Check out this swank setup of our recently revamped line of horror frocks: