You want box office and Rotten Tomato statistics? A wholly unnecessary return of LCD games from the 90s? A jacket stitched with three wildly different fonts!? We’ve got all that, and we’ll even remind you that all your favorite video game events are cancelled on this month’s Sonic Talk!
SEGA Japan unveiled a brand new batch of delicious blue blur merchandise this morning, including some new collaborations with PUMA and clothing brand H&M. Continue reading Sonic Station Live Reveals New PUMA and H&M Collaboration Goods
New Year, New You? Well, if you live in the States, it might be time to pop over to the Official SEGA Shop, where they’ve just updated their lineup with some Sonic Movie related merchandise. Give yourself a nerdy makeover, why don’t you? Continue reading US SEGA Shop Launches Sonic Movie Merchandise
Don’t get your feathers ruffled Hello Kitty, there’s a new mascot crossing over with Sonic. Continue reading Sonic and B.Duck Join Forces for Hong Kong Clothing Line
For those of you who do not know, British fashion label DropDead released an brand new line of clothing in collaboration with SEGA to mark Sonic The Hedgehog’s 25th anniversary.
Since this range is something slightly different to the usual more “tween” approach we have seen recently around Sonic Boom, I decided to pick up a couple of items and open them with you guys to see my honest reaction to what these guys are offering!
Are you interested in the range, or maybe you have purchased something yourself? Let us know in the comments!
This is an item which has been in and out of concept stages for years, but it looks like it might actually get released! GE Entertainment has posted several new Sonic items to their website including some Sonic plush slippers! See an image of the thing after the jump. Continue reading Sonic Plush Slippers Coming Soon!
Way back in 2013, Sega of Japan partnered with Sanrio to produce some Sonic x Hello Kitty themed merch, the line promised a range of products, however only a rather large and impressive plush toy was released. Continue reading The Sonic x Hello Kitty Deal Is Back On?
Well, we’ve had toys and plushes… the next stop is clothing! It’s the turn of Pixel Sonic (as Sega is calling him these days) to get the 25th Anniversary treatment, this time in t-shirt form. According to a Facebook user these shirts are available at a Japanese store called Shimamura. Continue reading 25th Anniversary ‘Pixel Sonic’ Shirts Out Now In Japan
Well that didn’t take long! It was only a few days ago that we brought you news that Insert Coin were making a new line of Sonic & Sega clothing, today they showed off the designs.
It seems that this time it’s not just Sonic & Eggman that are getting attention. Whist there is a Sonic shirt as espected, there’s designs based on other characters and even one on the Green Hill Zone itself.
In 2011 Insert Coin announced that they were making Sonic themed T-shirts and hoodies in celebration of Sonic’s 20th anniversary. Well, it looks like they’re about to make some new items.
Posting on their blog, Insert Coin have announced their intentions to produce new shirts and hoodies based on Sonic and other Sega franchises such as Shenmue and even Streets of Rage. There were no details on the designs, however the blog mentions that the new range is…
inspired by the FULL Sonic the Hedgehog back catalogue AND SEGA All Star Racing Transformed.
It’s been a couple of months since the amazing Sonic Store at R-Mix has been open, and today we’ve heard word that the clothing lines on sale has had a bit of a seasonal update! Long-sleeved t-shirts, Parker jackets and baseball shirts all adorning the blue blur’s name can now be found in the Osaka-based retailer. Continue reading R-MIX Official Sonic Store Updates its Clothing Range
Hold on to your hats, because Sega has just opened a Sonic fan’s paradise! An official Sonic store recently opened near Universal Studios’s theme park in Osaka, Japan, and contains a treasure trove of branded merchandise and clothing that we’d love to get our hands on. Continue reading Sonic Team Reveals Sonic Store in Japan