Fright-Rags is bringing Tarman – the iconic zombie from 1985’s The Return of the Living Dead – back from the grave… and he’s ready to party! The horror shirt specialists have teamed with Tarman creator and acclaimed artist William Stout for a line of limited edition merchandise featuring one of cinema’s most beloved monsters.
Perhaps its most unique offering yet, Fright-Rags has produced a Tarman mask and shirt box set. Limited to 500 pieces, the set is inspired by the Ben Cooper and Collegeville Halloween costumes of yore. Unlike the paper-thin masks from your childhood, these modernized versions are crafted from high-density plastic. Each one is handmade and hand painted by master artist Monte Ward. Also included is a two-sided Tarman shirt designed by William Stout. They come packaged in a collector’s box.
In addition to the box set, Fright-Rags is also offering an 18×24 screen printed poster of Stout’s design. They are limited to only 200, and each one is hand numbered. Last but certainly not least is a new Tarman shirt created by Justin Osbourn. This nostalgic design will be available on unisex T-shirts, girls shirts, hoodies and 3/4 sleeve baseball tees.
These items will be available exclusively on Fright-Rags.com for four days only. Pre-orders begin on Thursday, July 11th at 10 am EST and will end on Monday, July 15th promptly at 10 am EST. Due to the limited quantities, the box set and poster may sell out early. Act fast, because like a good brain, these will be devoured quickly!
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