The online-exclusive collection is complete with t-shirts, bomber jackets, accessories hoodies, boxers, pants and more.
The items include a Sublimation Bomber Jacket with all the characters featured on the back. You can also grab DoodleBob sweatpants and a mini backpack in the shape of SpongeBob’s Pineapple house.
The entire collection is available to shop now here, and the site has a 20 percent discount going on as well for you to stock up. Check out some photos of the collection below.
The booth was complete with recreations of the Krusty Krab, Plankton’s Chum Bucket, Mrs. Puff’s boating school and more. You can see some photos from it below.
Happy #SDCC50 week! We’re here on the exhibition floor for an early sneak peek, before the convention officially opens tomorrow.
— LAT Entertainment (@latimesent) July 17, 2019
— CinemaBlend (@CinemaBlend) July 17, 2019
More Hot Topic news
Halsey showed love to her Hot Topic days earlier this summer in a hilarious throwback that not only shows her love for the scene but reminds her fans where everything got started.
Halsey took to Twitter to share a photo of her as a child, sporting an Evanescence shirt and playing the violin.
“so much to unpack here. the evanescence shirt. the hot topic pants. the look of determination. the Costco glasses. the secondhand violin that got me into music. this post is a whirlwind,” she wrote.
so much to unpack here. the evanescence shirt. the hot topic pants. the look of determination. the Costco glasses. the secondhand violin that got me into music. this post is a whirlwind. pic.twitter.com/BFESTnO0k3
— h (@halsey) June 15, 2019
Honestly, we can relate to this. Also, we love seeing the throwbacks of the artist before she was a huge international star.
She’s previously defended her emo upringing with her love of My Chemical Romance and talked about her love of bands like blink-182, Taking Back Sundayand Fall Out Boy. She even cites those groups as influences behind her song “11 Minutes” with YUNGBLUD and Travis Barker. She’s also bragged about getting to see Bring Me The Horizon when she was just 14 years old.
“I grew up on the Warped Tour scene and I had my ears stretched like an inch wide, I was all over Myspace,” she said. “I was like, not even a scene kid, like a hardcore kid.”
So this only proves once a scene kid, always a scene kid, and we’re proud of it.
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