is the t-shirt I own which earns the second-most number of comments.
earns the most, by far. My girlfriend loaned it to me with the fatal directive "You can't have it!" It is mine.)
which is the amazing cover to one of the heaviest albums I own (when the grim day comes that FB changes me over to Timeline, that's sure as hell going to be my cover image). As Pitchfork says, "The thick, suffocating, undeniable heaviness is distorted to death and resurrected over and over again." And, as I noted on Facebook, it is everything I want my Lamentations of the Flame Princess campaign to look like.
The top shirt, the shirt of the Barbarian, is something I have mixed feelings about. It's an awesome image by Renato Casaro, clearly inspired by the most awesome fantasy/SF/naked lady illustrator ever, Frank Frazetta.
However, Frazetta's own Conan work is so awesome,
it's kind of a shame to wear a representation of the iconic barbarian/thief/king that features the features of Arnold Schwarzenegger.
In closing, here is my stab at a Hierarchy of Conan.
Art by Frank Frazetta
Monnos (Conan LP)
Monnos (Conan t-shirt)
My Conan movie poster t-shirt
Groo the Wanderer
Conan the Barbarian (movie)
Conan the Destroyer (movie)