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Batman learns of Red Hoods heist at Monarch Card Playing Company and catches him at the chemical plant next door, ACE Chemicals. Confronted by Batman Red Hood dives into a vat of chemicals. Surviving Red Hood escapes but the exposure to the chemicals has changed him drastically turning his hair green, lips red and skin chalk white. Unisex black long sleeve t-shirt with front and back print and ace card embroidery detail.

The A.C.E. Up My Sleeve- Long Sleeve T-Shirt, a product defined by style, is exclusive to site patrons.

Realised by our designers, it features a pronounced graphic on a th Embroidery- Black garment.

(This product has been manufactured with ethical standards in place, so this is a great site from which to expand your wardrobe.)

  • 100% cotton garment
  • Wash at 40 degrees
  • For information regarding tumble-drying, please consult the label
  • Medium-thickness material

Furthermore, our proportions cater to individuals of different body types, each item having a relaxed fit. Looking for an even looser fit? Please order the size above your usual.

He is the most iconic villain in pop culture; with no superhuman abilities the Joker uses his criminal master mind and expertise in chemical engineering to create his lethal concoctions to terrorise the citizens of Gotham City. Created in 1940 by Bill Finger, Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson the super villain was planned to be killed off after his initial appearance but quickly went on to becoming Batman’s archenemy. Throughout the decades the Joker has been presented with various personalities. 1940’s DC comics portrayed the character as a criminal mastermind, introduced as a disturbed man with a warped, sadistic sense of humour, post-war 1950’s he became a light-hearted menace with the infamous episode ‘Surf’s Up, Joker’s Under’ including the Joker and Batman battling in a surf off. The Joker then returned to his darker roots in the 1970’s.

Franchise:
  • DC Comics
Clothing Style:
  • T-Shirts
Character Series:
  • The Joker
Character:
  • Joker
Brand:
  • DC Comics

A.C.E Up My Sleeve Unisex Long Sleeve T-Shirt - Black

The Heist Collection

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Zavvi - The Home of Pop Culture

Batman learns of Red Hoods heist at Monarch Card Playing Company and catches him at the chemical plant next door, ACE Chemicals. Confronted by Batman Red Hood dives into a vat of chemicals. Surviving Red Hood escapes but the exposure to the chemicals has changed him drastically turning his hair green, lips red and skin chalk white. Unisex black long sleeve t-shirt with front and back print and ace card embroidery detail.

The A.C.E. Up My Sleeve- Long Sleeve T-Shirt, a product defined by style, is exclusive to site patrons.

Realised by our designers, it features a pronounced graphic on a th Embroidery- Black garment.

(This product has been manufactured with ethical standards in place, so this is a great site from which to expand your wardrobe.)

  • 100% cotton garment
  • Wash at 40 degrees
  • For information regarding tumble-drying, please consult the label
  • Medium-thickness material

Furthermore, our proportions cater to individuals of different body types, each item having a relaxed fit. Looking for an even looser fit? Please order the size above your usual.

He is the most iconic villain in pop culture; with no superhuman abilities the Joker uses his criminal master mind and expertise in chemical engineering to create his lethal concoctions to terrorise the citizens of Gotham City. Created in 1940 by Bill Finger, Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson the super villain was planned to be killed off after his initial appearance but quickly went on to becoming Batman’s archenemy. Throughout the decades the Joker has been presented with various personalities. 1940’s DC comics portrayed the character as a criminal mastermind, introduced as a disturbed man with a warped, sadistic sense of humour, post-war 1950’s he became a light-hearted menace with the infamous episode ‘Surf’s Up, Joker’s Under’ including the Joker and Batman battling in a surf off. The Joker then returned to his darker roots in the 1970’s.

Franchise:
  • DC Comics
Clothing Style:
  • T-Shirts
Character Series:
  • The Joker
Character:
  • Joker
Brand:
  • DC Comics
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