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frankenstein-was-the-doctor_gr Mens Comfort Co


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frankenstein-was-the-doctor_gr Mens Comfort Co

Quality short-sleeve comfort color t-shirts 100% ring spun cotton (6.1oz) starts out smoother and stronger than regular cotton. Then it's soft washed and garment dyed to give it incred

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Our Men's Comfort Colors® T-Shirt combines everyday style with ultimate comfort! This short-sleeve 100% ring spun cotton tee is soft-washed and garment-dyed for lasting color and softness. Designed with a comfortable fit that runs true to size, he'll show off his personality, humor and interests with an easy, relaxed men's T-shirt style.

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Design: Frankenstein Was The Doctor
Everyone forgets that the creature was not named Frankenstein was the doctor. Or maybe Dr Frankenstein was the true monster, not his creation. Dun dun dun.
Category: Monsters And Mayhem
These design pay tribute to monstrous creatures such as vampires, werewolves, mummies and other horrors.


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Ophelia's Art: an eclectic assortment of t-shirts, home goods, accessories and oddments designed to amaze, amuse and horrify. From vintage art to original illustrations, our gifts and apparel are sure to make you stand out. (Whether in a good way or in a bad way is yet to be determined). Tragic romance, strange dark humor, obscure geekiness, and of course the recurring themes of "It seemed like a good idea at the time" and "You know what that needs? More skulls!"