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#SGQ: The (Un)Official Arrow vs. Stardust Commemorative Gear

Last week, we posted on our Facebook page a piece of fan art made by artist Danny Haas for the hot Stephen Amell/Stardust feud. It's an awesome vintage poster design that even impressed Amell himself:

And in a total superhero move, Amell will donate part of the proceeds to Emily's House, a hospice in Canada for children with terminal illnesses.

Here are some of our favorite pieces from the set:

The 3/4-sleeve raglan tees will be made by American Apparel, and you can get them for $28. They're both good, but we prefer the black-on-heather gray colorway better. It just looks more badass.

Next Level Apparel is making racerback tanks for the ladies ($24) and unisex fitted tees ($23). The tanks look great, while the indigo base available for both looks pretty good as well. The dark shade of blue allows Stardust fans to represent the Cosmic Kings without being as loud as the Prince of Dark Matter himself.

And now, the piece de resistance:

A GREEN PULLOVER HOODIE. It also comes in black and indigo, but THIS IS THE BEST THING FOR ARROW FANS. Next Level is making these and pullover sweatshirts as well for both $40. If you're an Arrow mark and you got  some extra cash to spend, get the green hoodie. It will be awesome.

If you're considering buying, you've only got until August 24 to do so right here. The company ships worldwide (for added cost, obviously). The only catch is shipping starts three weeks later at September 9. But if you're gonna get some pretty sweet gear and help out a good cause in the process, we're sure it's very much worth the wait!

Featured photo from Doomrocket. Merch photos from Represent

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