Things We Saw Today: Crunchyroll Dropping an Amazing Limited Edition Godzilla Streetwear Collection
Crunchyroll and Toho International, Inc. have teamed up to announce their exclusive GODZILLA streetwear collection that includes nine limited-edition items including three hoodies, three long sleeve shirts, two t-shirts, and a tote bag. I’m really here for this tote bag.
I want to carry everything I own in this tote bag.
“With the Crunchyroll Loves line, fans everywhere are truly able to express their love for their favorite anime and manga brands through streetwear fashion, and we’re excited to bring Godzilla into this new world,” said Lora Cohn, the Managing Director, International Licensing of Toho International, Inc. “It has been such a fantastic experience collaborating with Crunchyroll on the designs seen in the brand-new Godzilla collection, and we’re excited to bring our fans new, everyday ways to celebrate the King of the Monsters,” Lora Cohn, the Managing Director, International Licensing of Toho International, Inc, said in a press release announcing the collection.
I am already eyeing the Mothra sweater and the tote bag and for anyone looking to preorder anything you can do so here.
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