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Nobody is safe from the Joker’s despotism. A cruel, unpredictable man, his lust for violence means even his contemporaries have felt his wrath. His relationship with his sidekick Harley Quinn is one of the most complex and twisted love affairs. Unisex Black t-shirt with front and back print and embroidered detailing. Female model wears a size small and is 5’ 9” Male model wears a size medium and is 6’ 1”

The fantastic God Kill The Queen T-Shirt is the latest addition to your wardrobe, an exclusive product from our site.

Capturing the interest of onlookers, it stands out with a vivid print on a th Embroidery- Black item of clothing.

(All the materials used in our range have been supplied by ethical sources, so you can trust us to deliver an item of clothing that meets expectations.)

  • High-quality cotton attire
  • Compatable with washing machines
  • A full breakdown of tumble-dryer instructions is provided on the label
  • Medium-thickness shirt

Likewise, this item offers unbeatable comfort, its fit being loose and relaxed. Prefer a baggier fit? We suggest that you purchase a size up.

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 supervillain 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

God Kill The Queen Unisex T-Shirt - Black

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Zavvi - The Home of Pop Culture

Nobody is safe from the Joker’s despotism. A cruel, unpredictable man, his lust for violence means even his contemporaries have felt his wrath. His relationship with his sidekick Harley Quinn is one of the most complex and twisted love affairs. Unisex Black t-shirt with front and back print and embroidered detailing. Female model wears a size small and is 5’ 9” Male model wears a size medium and is 6’ 1”

The fantastic God Kill The Queen T-Shirt is the latest addition to your wardrobe, an exclusive product from our site.

Capturing the interest of onlookers, it stands out with a vivid print on a th Embroidery- Black item of clothing.

(All the materials used in our range have been supplied by ethical sources, so you can trust us to deliver an item of clothing that meets expectations.)

  • High-quality cotton attire
  • Compatable with washing machines
  • A full breakdown of tumble-dryer instructions is provided on the label
  • Medium-thickness shirt

Likewise, this item offers unbeatable comfort, its fit being loose and relaxed. Prefer a baggier fit? We suggest that you purchase a size up.

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 supervillain 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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