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There Is No Pac-Man. There is only Zuul.

An authentic Glennz design! The defeat of Blinky, Inky, Pinky, and Slimer taught the kids of the 80s that to overcome the supernatural you need quick reflexes and a backpack full of nuclear power. We were working on our hand-eye coordination to be ready.


The first half of the 80s was good for geeks and bad for ghosts. It was a time when we as a culture were apparently obsessed with getting rid of supernatural beings. Some important lessons we learned from our ghost-fighting mentors:

  • If someone asks you if you're a god, say yes.
  • If there's a ghost on your tail, take the tunnel.
  • Don't cross the streams.

Sometimes Pac-Man goes on vacation (with the Ms.) and needs to call in a little help. That's when the boys swap out their proton packs for power pellets and get ready to rock and roll.

This is an authentic Glennz t-shirt, full of New Zealand-y goodness. Printed on a black, 100% fine jersey cotton t-shirt, this design features a pixelated Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters chasing down two of the ghosts from Pac-Man. It's printed on American Apparel, which fits differently than most of ThinkGeek's shirts, so be sure to check the Sizing Info tab to ensure you select the right size.

*This product is made in the US.

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