Since our last review, LVL UP+ has rebranded itself to Loot Wear (@lootwear), and its inaugural package of Anti-Hero fashions has swaggered in with braggadocio, ‘tude, and black arrows, reppin’ Archer, Harley Quinn of Suicide Squad, The Punisher, and Sylvanas Windrunner of World of Warcraft.

While the name has changed, Loot Wear subscribers have the same subscription packages, but they have also been rebranded as Loot Wearables for 14.99, Loot Socks for 9.99, Loot Tees for 8.99, and Loot for Her for 14.99, with suggested bundles being Loot Wearables + Loot Socks for 20.99 and Loot for Her + Loot Tees for 19.99 (all prices in USD, +S/H).

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Usually my favorite items are the Loot Wearables, and this month is no exception, with this month’s exclusive Ripple Junction Archer baseball tee being an eye-catching mash up of Archer and Magnum P.I., which will delight Archer fanatics who’ve seen the Archer season 7 trailer that sends up the famous intro to Tom Selleck’s series.

Even without the fabulous context that will make every fan crave it, it’s a real beauty, with the bright white offset by a bright shade of red somewhere between scarlet and candy apple, and the light cotton being great transitional wear for the late summer and early fall. That said, my wife, who is a bigger Archer fan than I am, claimed this one.


Harley Quinn not only took over the Suicide Squad movie, she also took over this month’s Loot Wear Suicide Squad themed offerings. For instance, look at this amazing Harley Quinn skirt from Bioworld and DC Comics. While this is ostensibly a cosplay skirt, I’m guessing that a lot of the happy Looters that found this in their Loot for Her aren’t going to wait for Halloween or Comic-Con to show off their fandom for DC’s crazy clowns.


Harley also was chosen for the Suicide Squad pair in the Loot Socks subscription, and the other pair of socks features Marvel’s The Punisher. That’s a cross-over event waiting to happen—what about it, DC and Marvel? Both socks are exclusive crew-styled footwear from Bioworld.


The Loot Tee this month is an exclusive World of Warcraft Sylvanas Windrunner t-shirt from Loot Wear. It’s a light cotton shirt with a rich black that contrasts well to the figure art on the front. My personal preference for fantasy art is more dynamic poses, but on the other hand I can see that her static bearing is regal and imposing, as befits the character—also calling to mind the handcrafted art on player character sheets in pen and paper RPGs.

While it’s too late to add the awesome items in the Anti-Hero collection to your closet, right now, Loot Wear is taking orders for Speed, whose racers fly under the flags of Transformers, Mario Kart, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Deadpool.

NerdSpan’s review of the core Anti-Hero Loot Crate, which included excellent more Archer, Harley Quinn, and World of Warcraft, as well as Hellboy and Kill Bill, is over here, and we also took attendance of Loot Anime episode 10, “Back to School,” on this page.

Loot Crate sent the review copy.

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