Despite only airing for a single season, Eerie, Indiana made an impact on a generation who grew up in the '90s. Alongside shows like Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Goosebumps, it served as a gateway into the horror genre for many kids. Journey back to the center of weirdness with Fright-Rags' Eerie, Indiana collection.
Artist Matt Ryan Tobin created three designs: "Eerie, Indiana" features the familiar town sign that greeted viewers at the top of each episode; "World o' Stuff" has the logo for the mysterious store within the series; and "ATM with a Heart of Gold," from the memorable episode of the same name, depicts sentient ATM Mr. Wilson.
All three designs are available on both unisex and girls shirts."Eerie, Indiana" and "World o' Stuff" are also available as enamel pins, with first pressings limited to 150 pieces.
The Eerie, Indiana collection is available at Fright-Rags.com. Shirts will ship in 3-5 days, and enamel pins are in stock now.
Fright-Rags’ next release will be a Midnight Madness tee, available exclusively for 24 hours on Saturday, November 12. This one highlights a scary scene from a non-horror movie.
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