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I Want To Believe 100 Years Tee Design by Fishmas
Reviewed by: Lucky
The I Want To Believe 100 Years tee design is a Rick and Morty plus X-files mash up .
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The I Want To Believe 100 Years tee design is for Sci-Fi fans that enjoy Rick and Morty and the X-Files.The concept of this design is based on the show Rick and Morty (clip shown above) and the poster "I Want To Believe" that could be seen in "Spooky" Fox Mulder's F.B.I. office. It is also the title of the second feature film installment of the X-Files franchise. The design has Rick and Morty flying in Rick's Ship at one of the many dimensions that they travel to during their crazy adventures. Wubba Lubba dubb dubb!
As for the artwork, there is nothing particularly special. There is nothing bad about it. It looks good. Even the coloring and shading are okay, even though the Rick's Ship and the characters should be shaded completely to match the lighting on the silhouettes of the tree things. It is done this way to show the characters mope clearly. After all, the cartoon is crudely drawn to begin with so why make them obscure? That would make fora crappy design. As it is, it's basically just an image from the cartoon even if it is drawn completely by Fishmas as Rick and Morty is still not his creation. It is cool though. Typically, rectangular designs suck unholy ass on a T-shirt. But this one works as it is parodying a poster. Add the phrase "I Want To Believe" and suddenly it becomes a kickass mashup.
Any Rick and Morty fan will want this this tee whether they like the X-Files or not.
This design is offered on kids' tees too even if the show is inappropriate for young ages.