6. Gerard Way Funko Prototype

You can snag your very own prototype of the Black Parade Gerard Way Funko Pop! Vinyl obtained from this year’s San Diego Comic Con…if you’re willing to shell out $1,000.

7. Box of 48 Blink-182 Reunion Tour Shirts

You’re probably wondering why someone would sell one box of Blink-182 shirts for $400 instead of splitting them up and selling them separately like the average eBay seller, and that would be because these are not your average shirts. Blink returned from their hiatus in 2009, embarking on a tour with support from Weezer, Fall Out Boy, Taking Back Sunday, Panic! At The Disco, the All-American Rejects and more. At each date, the band sold 182 shirts with a live shot and that city’s name emblazoned across it. This seller bought an incomplete box of the limited edition tees after the tour through the band’s webstore and is now offering them to the highest bidder.


8. Billie Joe Armstrong’s 1989 high school yearbook

For those who want a hard copy of the Green Day frontman in his teen years. The seller also suggests it may include other former and current members as an added bonus.

9. Your picture Photoshopped between Twenty One Pilots

Haven’t had the chance to snap a selfie with Tyler Joseph or Josh Dun yet? Well, this seller has you covered as they offer their services of Photoshopping your face between the duo and printing it on a T-shirt or variety of phone cases.
10. A life-size Pete Wentz

Because who wouldn’t want a cardboard cutout of Fall Out Boy’s bassist looking dapper in a suit?

11. Kurt Cobain’s death certificate on a T-Shirt

Nirvana’s frontman was found dead at the age of 27 in 1994, and his death certificate was pressed on tees and sold in 1995 by Capitol Records, according to the seller.
12. 5 Seconds Of Summer onesie

This is clearly the easiest and best way to show your devotion to 5 Seconds Of Summer while lounging around the house.