Invincible Tin Man
by whiskysteaks 
Estimated Domestic delivery on Apr.09
Invincible Tin Man
Invincible Tin Man
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Joyce Smeltzer 5 months ago
As L. Frank Baum's great-great-granddaughter, I been wanting to buy a Wizard of Oz shirt for quite some time lately. I really love this one! <3 <3 <3 Please bring it back up for sale.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think this design is totally awesome. Would you be willing to do a Lion/Thor combination? Please, Please, Please!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
thedonosaur said: grousseau said: Is this supposed to be Iron Man meets Tin Man? I see Tin Man but...I think it is an Iron Man Mashing?!? Pass due to not getting it. Cool design though.I'm not trying to be a jerk, but this is the most obvious mash up I've probably ever seen. Iron Man is wildly popular, and known. The Wizard of Oz is wildly popular, and known. Their attributes are very visible, iconic traits of theirs, and fairly evenly represented. I don't see how anyone, who hasn't been living in a cave, would have trouble distinguishing the characters that are being represented. I actually, initially thought it was a MashedPotato of the Tin Man, and Superman...Tin man, Man of Steel, A heart Where the S normally is, shaped roughly the same...Till I saw the hand held out like ironman using his handlaser things.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I saw someone wearing this one on the tram this morning - I knew it had to be a Teefury shirt, so I came to check! :-)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
are to be congratulated, beautiful design.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
two instabuys in a row. this is a first for me. and the navy blue makes the design pop! pretty friggin' sexy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not to mention that the book Tin Woodman is a full-conversion cyborg who was once a flesh-and-blood man. Oh yeah.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you think the Tin Man from the movie is badass, you should see him in the books. He's like a tin cuisinart. L. Frank Baum described him swinging his axe so fast it was a blur. His name is Nick Chopper, and in the Wonderful Wizard of Oz alone, he decapitated a wildcat, killed 40 wolves and destroyed a swarm of bees just by stanbing there. MGM Tin Man got nothing on the book one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
nanatoru said: BlueWhoBox said: Radames said: gusbud1 said: vhuynh said: It's been so long since we've had a Doctor Who shirt ... love the design of this one ... will have to listen to my heart in the morning ... LOL got a good laugh out of that comment. What's it been less than a week from the last Dr.Who shirt. Seriously, I've been turned off by the site by how many dr. Who shirts there have been. Nothing against the show as I'm not a man but c'mon, 90% of the shirts consist of it. Sorry- you are wrong. If I might kindly suggest, please actually count and try getting your numbers right so you aren't making assumptions based on bad information. At the end of last month I went through the Gallery of this site and counted back through the last 200 shirts. There were 18 Doctor Who shirts. Only 18. That is a little less than 10%. That is a LOT less than 90%. You folks hatin' on the Who shirts really need to get a little perspective and use your math skills. If you need assistance, please watch any episode of Sesame Street with 'The Count' for a review of the technique! But... there are 107 Doctor Who shirts................ And yes that's still less than 5% of all TeeFury shirts, there's only (according to the 'Potter' tag) 27 Harry Potter shirts, 26 Pokemon shirts, 25 Miyazaki shirts, 14 Breaking Bad Shirts... And those are also pretty popular fandoms. So I think it's fair for people to complain about the number of Doctor Who shirts; there are far more DW shirts than any other fandom. Telling us to use math is fine, but there's also the analytical side of statistics. Your greater sampling of shirts drops the percentage of Doctor Who Designs from 10% DOWN to only 5%. ....So you see, you are only proving my point to an even greater degree! That is a pretty simple statistical analysis. Seriously-maybe you should create a design yourself (or create one with the help of an artist) and submit it. DW seems to be a more fertile ground these days in generating ideas in the artists out there. If you don't want DW shirts and the other 95%(!) of shirts on this site aren't providing you with what you need, be proactive! Design & submit a shirt! Otherwise, you're just going to have to deal with the fact that the source of your fandom (and the fandom itself) is not inspiring or creating alternative designs so far....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Agreed x 10!