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Hot Topic's Cartoon Network Line Looks AMAZING.

Ever want to switch your style up to something that screamed 'Marceline'? Or maybe you looked at Steven Universe's beloved Cookie Cat ice cream and went, "Man, they should put that on a sweater!"?

Well, my friends, Hot Topic just dropped a new collab with Cartoon Network, and it's all the cartoon-inspired fashion you could possibly want - and more!

There's pieces inspired by our favorite Cartoon Network shows, including classics like 'Dexter's Laboratory' and 'Courage The Cowardly Dog'. Check 'em out!

Adventure Time

Finn hooded shirt, BMO cardigan, Marceline mini dress, Finn & Jake button-up, Adventure Time babydoll dress, Marceline striped sweater

Steven Universe

Cookie Cat sweater, Mr. Universe t-shirt, Rose Quartz dress, Steven Universe star-patterned button-up, Garnet dress, Amethyst cardigan, Pearl dress

Dexter's Laboratory

Dexter button-up, Dexter babydoll dress

The Powerpuff Girls

Powerpuff Girls bomber jacket

Courage The Cowardly Dog

Courage cardigan
The clothes all fall in the $25 to $70 range and come in a variety of sizes so that people of all ages, shapes, and sizes can sport their favorite Cartoon Network show wherever they go when it drops in stores this week. Which brings me to my question:

What's got you screaming "SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!"?

(Garnet's dress from 'Steven Universe' is tugging at my fangirl heart strings right now.)
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@danidee They rip off independent designer. unless it's official Art from the original company the show airs on, it is VERY likely that art was taken off of deviant art and placed on a shirt or jacket simply because the law says they can
that pearl dress is on fleak!!
hot topic has been accused and found guilty of this several times
your work is not protected on DA
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