New Hot Topic arrivals for June 21, 2012
Below is a list of new items now available for purchase at Hot Topic. Clicking on a product’s image or description will launch the product’s page on Hot Topic in another window.
Note that this list is generated and posted automatically. Stitch Kingdom should not be held responsible for any inaccuracies, misinformation or item availability.
|Marvel Thanos T-Shirt – $20.50|
|Marvel Thanos T-Shirt 2XL – $22.50|
|Marvel Thanos T-Shirt 3XL – $24.50|
|Marvel Nick Fury S.H.I.E.L.D. T-Shirt – $20.50|
|Marvel Nick Fury S.H.I.E.L.D. T-Shirt 2XL – $22.50|
|Marvel Nick Fury S.H.I.E.L.D. T-Shirt 3XL – $24.50|
|iHip Marvel Comics Vintage Print DJ Style Headphones – $29.99
Marvel Comics Vintage Print DJ Style Headphones from iHip are a bass-lovers dream. An ideal companion for the semi/professional DJ. Featuring large drivers to provide a level of thumping bass response sure to shake the teeth in your head
Just how serious is Disney/Marvel about producing an Ant-Man movie? Few in the world are likely to be more interested than the children of comics author Jack Kirby who have named Ant-Man along with Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Fantastic Four, X-Men, The Incredible Hulk, The Avengers, Thor, Nick Fury a seemingly endless list of comics titles and specific issues in a lawsuit claiming they are the rightful (co-)owners of these creations.
Filed on March 9 in the US District Court in the Central District of California, the complaint filed by Lisa, Barbara, Neal and Susan Kirby as well as the estate of Kirby’s wife, Rosalind, rebquests a trial by jury, seeking unspecified damages against previous and current earnings on these properties of which Disney/Marvel has current control.
Making a very persuasive argument, particularly if it’s all true, the complaint inks a portrait in which a financially strapped Marvel purchased the comics from freelancer Jack Kirby ad hoc — sans contracts and that Kirby created everything on his own time in his own place of residence with his own tools so that he was at no time able to be considered ‘work for hire’ as Disney/Marvel has contended.