Say “No” To Crack And “Yes” To TMNT Shirts and DOOM Key Cards

You know what’s not cool, dudes? Crack. It’s no good. At least, that’s what a quartet of talking ninjutsu-trained turtles told me. Wait … should we be getting life lessons from TMNT?

If you like taking life lessons from cartoon characters or mutant reptiles, then Toy Snobs has the fix you need. Months after debuting their horror-themed unlicensed Teenage Mutant Ninja Toitles toys, the company has created retro-inspired Say “No” To Crack t-shirts featuring Rock ‘N Roll versions of the four bros.

Each shirt is made from 100% cotton and is available in various sizes. Crew and vintage-styled TMNT shirts are also available in black and white. Sizes go up to 3XL.

TMNT Say No To Crack
Photo Credit: Toy Snobs

If the idea of cartoon stars from the late 1980s telling you drugs are bad sounds familiar, that’s because it all happened before. In 1990, as part of President Bush’s anti-drug program, a massive crossover event occurred on television. Muppets, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Bugs Bunny, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Winnie the Pooh, and ALF, too, came together to save a kid from becoming an addict.

It was heavy-handed and unintentionally hilarious. Then Garfield showed up, and the fever dream turned into a nightmare.

Speaking of nightmares, check down below for some DOOM-related merchandise!

Rip and tear into your wallet so you can pick up these limited edition DOOM key cards! They’re $70!

DOOM’s key cards are limited to only 2,020 pieces worldwide. Each card is made from zinc alloy, and they do … nothing. Nada. Don’t buy these expecting a special DLC code or anything like that for DOOM or DOOM Eternal.

Photo Credit: Bethesda Gear
Photo Credit: Bethesda Gear

The DOOM UAC key card collector set comes with the following:

  • UAC (Union Aerospace Corporation)-themed presentation box
  • 1x Red Card
  • 1x Blue Card
  • 1x Yellow Card

If you’re looking for more metal replicas of items from DOOM’s past, check out the metal floppy disc we covered not too long ago.

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Mike Phalin
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Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central,, and Fanbolt.

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