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Fright Rags drop new Mad Balls, Dawn of the Dead, and Aliens Merch!

As a kid in ’80s, there was no shortage of toys aimed to gross out your friends and family. Chief among them were Madballs, the classic toy balls featuring disgusting fun characters. Gross out your loved ones once again with Fright-Rags‘ new Madballs shirts and socks.

The collection includes five designs by Scarecrowoven, Coki Greenway, Jeff Zornow, and Kyle Crawford. Each one is available on black shirts, with select designs also available on color shirts or baseball tees. Three pairs of custom-knit socks – featuring Hornhead, Slobulus, and Skullface, respectively – are up for grabs as well.

The Madballs collection is on sale now at Fright-Rags.com. Shirts are in stock, while socks will ship in early-May.


Fright-Rags has several other exciting releases planned for the remainder of the month: George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead enamel pin collection on April 21; Aliens shirts, hoodies, and socks for Alien Day on April 26; and Masters of Horror: Lon Chaney & Vincent Price shirts and enamel pins on April 28.

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