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Genki Gear Launches Exclusive T-shirt for London Comic Con May 2017

Date: 2017 April 13th Thursday [16:05] | Posted By: Joe

It's mid-April, which means it's getting closer to May and the mega event that is MCM London Comic Con. As is tradition geeky t-shirt company Genki Gear will be releasing an exclusive official t-shirt for the event. The theme this time around is monster hoardes.

The design can be either collected at the Genki Gear stall at the London event or posted to you beforehand so you can declare your geeky pride comic con opens it doors.

Pre-orders are available now for £16.99 from the MCM Store at www.mcmexpostore.com or Genki Gear themselves. MCM London Comic Con is set to run from Friday 26th May to Sunday 28th May 2017.
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Press release as follows:

MCM LONDON COMIC CON–EXCEL LONDON – 26-28 MAY 2017

Embrace your monstrous side!
Genki Gear launches exclusive T-shirt for London Comic Con

Genki Gear T-Shirt

Unleash your inner monster and become the dark overlord you were born to be with Genki Gear’s spooktacular new T-shirt, created exclusively for next month’s MCM London Comic Con.

Available only on pre-order from 13 April to 23 May, this cute ‘n’ creepy ‘horde of monsters’ design comes in both men’s and women’s sizes, price £16.99. The T-shirts can either be collected from the Genki Gear stand at London Comic Con itself or posted directly to your home, ready to wear as soon as Comic Con opens its doors.

To order your official MCM London Comic Con T-shirt and check out the rest of Genki Gear’s gloriously geeky clothing range, head to www.genkigear.com. If you're planning to collect your official tee at the show, you can also order it from the MCM Store at www.mcmexpostore.com.

Source: MCM London Comic Con

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