So, the other day, I’m finally getting around to trying on all the shirts I bought at NYCC, and most of them are fitting okay, when to my horror! The one I want to wear most - my purple Batgirl shirt - is way too big on me!
Since it’s a con purchase, I can’t exactly exchange it for a smaller size, but why should my mistake mean a perfectly good shirt goes to waste? So…
It’s the ~*~I BOUGHT A SHIRT AT NYCC THAT’S TOO BIG FOR ME~*~ GIVEAWAY!
The winner gets one Batgirl t-shirt, shirt purple and logo yellow, size Men’s Large. (Check SuperHeroStuff.com's sizing chart to see if this is the right size for you!) The color of the shirt is less blue than the site picture, but brighter than my shitty webcam picture.
From the site’s description of the shirt:
Batgirl! Whoooo-yeah! She’s rather persistent for a DC character… well… without constant retcon’ing like some other characters (poor Supergirl)! Besides that rather nasty run in with the Joker, Batgirl keeps on rolling. Perhaps not as the original Batgirl, but the idea is still intact! Suppose Batgirl has received the Robin treatment. The people around Batman should really watch their backs is the moral of the story here.
Fancy yourself a Batgirl, or maybe even just a fan? 100% Cotton Batgirl Symbol Purple T-Shirt. Not in the stereotypical color scheme, but as Batgirl has proven - a little change is good.
This is as Steph Brown!Batgirl a t-shirt as you can get without her name being there in the description! I think that’s pretty awesome - and I’ll be getting another one, actually in my size, once the site has more sizes available than 2XL.
- Likes and reblogs count for 1 entry each! No points for multiple reblogs, though.
- I can only ship to the continental US. (Sorry, international Batgirl fans!)
- The giveaway ends at midnight EST November 22th. At that time I’ll be communicating with the winner via ask, so make sure your askbox is open, and that you’re comfortable with giving me your mailing address!
Because every time you see them happy you remember how sad they’re going to be. And it breaks your heart. Because what’s the point in them being happy now if they’re going to be sad later. The answer is, of course, because they are going to be sad later.
“Make no mistake: you do this, you’re going to war. Define the goal. Define the objective. Define the terms of victory. Because if victory means bringing your mother and sister back, you’ve already lost. If victory means taking revenge for what happened to them, you’ve already lost. But if your objective is to save just one life… to protect one innocent… to keep one person from having their life shattered in violence… and to come home alive when you’re done… then you can prevail.”