Wearing my geeky past times
Left: I like to think I'm pretty stylish in my Batman housecoat.
Centre: There are times I kind of feel like Bruce Wayne when I wear this.
Right: Maybe not obvious at first glance, but this is actually a Joker themed tuxedo t-shirt.
Left: Zipped-up hoods are becoming popular, especially for characters like Deadpool.
Centre: Spider-Man has always been my favourite since I was a kid, so I always feel right at home in this.
Right: The Scarlet Spider is fairly unknown, but he gained enough traction for Marvel to commission a hoodie of him.
I can't make the noise Wookies do but I can do one better in my furry hoodie.
Left: A dark variant on a classic Wolverine costume is pretty fun to wear. If only I could get the horns to stick up properly.
Centre: The fun thing about geek clothing is mixing and matching it a little bit. Since there aren't really any rules written on what goes with what coming to geek stuff, I can wear a Spider-Man hoodie and toque and a Captain America t-shirt and not really feel like I'm committing a faux-pas.
Right: It's harder to find a Kingdom Hearts themed shirt, as the game is a bit more obscure compared to the likes of Halo.
Left: This one is for the nerds, as one has to be pretty knowledgeable to recognize Deadpool's symbol.
Right: Community is already a fan favourite, and I like to drink coffee from my Troy and Abed in the Morning mug.
My geeky clothes are as varied as my tastes, and I like to think my collection reflects that.