Title and Poster Released for Wolverine 3

It’s been mooted for some time now that the third and final Hugh Jackman fronted Wolverine solo movie would be based upon the Old Man Logan story from Mark Millar. This rumour was given considerable legs by the fact that Millar has been working on all the 20th Century Fox superhero properties, now, thanks to the film’s director, James Mangold, we have our clearest indication yet that there is at least some veracity to these claims:

Dropping the ‘Old Man’ but keeping ‘Logan’ as the title for the new movies is an interesting move, true to the character whilst keeping it simple. Looking at the script it seems that we are indeed dealing with an older Wolverine in this installment, a Weapon X whose mutant healing factor is fading, meaning his pain is increasing along with his drinking to dull that pain.

Not only do we get a title but we also get a poster, aren’t we lucky:



Judge Dredd Skate

Judge Dredd Skate Hits the Streets

You know what’s awesome? Waking up to a video of one of the many members of the Cape Killer Corps skating through Bristol on an electric skateboard, wearing a Judge Dredd helmet and our very own Chopper-inspired t-shirt!


This radness was brought to you by the awesome Jon Davey, a man of many talents including but not limited to video production, stop-motion animation and monster performing for 35 episodes of Doctor Who. Of course he can now add Sky-Surfing and a pretty bad-ass Judge Dredd impression to that résumé.

We love to see this kind of activity from all members of the Cape Killer Corps so if you’ve bought a t-shirt and you want to send us some pics or even a video of you up to some mischief there could be a free t-shirt in it for you. Contact: info@capekillerclothing.com

If you like the look of the Chopper’s Surf Shack tee we have only a few left so get on that now before they’re all gone:

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Tactical Batsuit

Zack Snyder Reveals Justice League Tactical Batsuit

Batman has always had multiple costumes in the comics, the right suit for the right job, this has never been represented on-screen with most adaptations only changing suits between films…until now. Zack Snyder, director of Man of Steel, Batman V Superman and the upcoming Justice League movie tweeted this image of Ben Affleck in the Tactical Batsuit:

Many have commented that this new suit is reminiscent of the Nite Owl costume from Watchmen, another Zack Snyder joint. Nite Owl himself, well the second one at least, is supposed to be an almost parody of the Batman character, so here we have art imitating other art which in itself is imitating the original art the new art is based upon. Confused? I know I am, in all fairness it is hard to argue against the comparison:

Nite Owl

Maybe it’s the goggles…yeah, it’s definitely the goggles.

Of course instead of going for a different Batsuit, Affleck could always just try one of our Batman-inspired t-shirts instead:


Concept Art for Guardians of the Galaxy volume 2

Guardians of the Galaxy volume 2 ‘Biggest Spectacle of all time.’

Whilst promoting his latest sure-fire hit, ‘The Magnificent Seven’, Chris Pratt had a few interesting words to share with the Toronto Sun on the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy volume 2:

”It’s a fabulous script. I think it’s going to be – I’m not using hyperbole, here – I think it’s going to be the biggest spectacle movie of all time.”

Pratt, who lays Star-Lord in the franchise, says he isn’t bothered by the haters who claim that superhero/comic book films are sucking the life out of the industry:

“to be part of a franchise that really is so totally different. It’s new and exciting and unlike anything people had seen before. There are a lot of superheroes out there, but I think we do something a little different. The genesis of these characters was in the Marvel Universe but we do something a little different, more cosmic, with Guardians of the Galaxy.”

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is scheduled to be released on May 5, 2017, in 3D and IMAX but if you can’t wait that long to show your Guardians love then check out our GOTG-inspired Milano t-shirt today:

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Gotham Season 3 ‘Nothing Else Matters’ Promo Released

Looks like you can’t keep a bad Penguin down as this promo for the third season of Gotham seems to show Robin Lord Taylor’s version of Oswald Cobblepot taking control of Gotham in a more official capacity. We also get a few snatched glimpses of some new characters, one of which appears to be the show’s version of Killer Croc…maybe?

Gotham returns to FOX for season 3 on Monday September 19th but UK audiences are going to have to wait until early next year.

If you can’t wait to show your love for Gotham then try out one of our Gotham inspired tee’s:




The Screen-Printing Process

Ever wondered how Cape Killer t-shirts get made? Well wonder no more, the guys at our printers Visible Art have put together this little video to demonstrate all the care and attention that goes into each and every screen print. The video shows automated process for adding the ink to the Chopper’s Surf Shack t-shirt with the manual placement of each garment and then the drying process which stabilizes and fixes each print in place. Every t-shirt then goes through an extensive quality assurance check to make sure you get the highest quality product.

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Latest Design – The Milano

Usually we only take our inspiration for our t-shirts directly from comic books but we all enjoyed Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (GotG) movie so much that we needed to put something out to show just how much we loved it. As is so often the case, even though all the actors were spot-on, the car’s the star which is why we decided to focus our Guardians of the Galaxy-inspired tee on Peter ‘Call me Star Lord’ Quill’s ship, The Milano.

Named after Quill’s childhood crush, Alyssa Milano, this ship is more than just a way of getting from A to B, it’s home for the Guardians, plus it does look pretty awesome:

Concept art for the Milano in Guardians of the Galaxy

Concept art for the Milano in Guardians of the Galaxy

But how do you honour  a ship on a t-shirt without just whacking a huge picture of said ship on the front? Well that’s where our design team came into their own, utilizing the colour scheme of the Milano and incorporating that with the Guardian’s iconic logo. We’re pretty happy with the final product, we hope you are too:


The Milano is available for purchase now, just click here.