Loot Wear’s Revolution theme featured fashions inspired by Rick and Morty, Invader Zim, Mr. Robot, and Marvel’s Rocket Raccoon and Spider-Gwen. The theme was a little looser than previous months, with Rick and Morty not represented by the rebels Rick Sanchez or Bird Person, but by servile Mr. Meeseeks and the super-friendly Mr. Poopybutthole, and Invader Zim represented by its would-be conquerors and oppressors, Zim and GIR. That said, this month’s Loot Wear was super-awesome, with outstanding merchandise that didn’t really need a theme to bring them together.

Rick and Morty is on the short list of my favorite shows, so I was excited to hear that this month’s Loot Wear was going to feature Rick and Morty in two of their subscriptions: the Loot Wearable and the Loot Undies. My favorite of the two, though, was the inspired Mr. Meeseeks Rick and Morty pullover hoodie that sports repeating Mr. Meeseeks heads reminiscent of the fan favorite season 1 episode “Meeseeks and Destroy.” Not only are the graphics excellent, it is also a well-designed hoodie. As I like to wear layers in winter, the thinness of the hoodie, the volume of the sleeves, and the width of the cuffs, are perfect for either accommodating a thermal or rolling the sleeves to the elbow, or both, if I’m aiming for a color contrast. Additionally, I like to have a few sheer and light hoodies that I can wear on cold summer nights. I usually prefer zipper hoodies to pullovers, but this is a versatile top with a lot of options, and I will wear this hoodie at least a thousand times before I die, or it disintegrates.

This month’s exclusive Invader Zim Loot Tee, an ink-black heavy cotton tee, was the perfect backdrop for its image of the Earth, and Zim and GIR crossing flags in front of it.

This attractive Loot for Her Marvel Spider-Gwen clutch has reflective purple trim on a white and black pattern that resembles the sleeves and torso of Spider-Gwen’s costume. With eight credit card pockets inside, as well as an interior zipper pouch for cash or other valuables, it is a sweet accessory for shopping or socializing, and a lot more fashionable than Batman’s utility belt.

This month’s Loot Socks were an exclusive Marvel Rocket Raccoon crew socks made by Bioworld, and Mr. Robot FSociety premium socks made by Ripple Junction. Both pairs of socks had attractive colors and designs, though I preferred the rust red Marvel socks, with their lettering across the foot, and the faux Guardians of the Galaxy patch.

A little bit on the nose–or some other part of the anatomy–this month’s Loot Undies are these absolutely amazing Mr. Poopybutthole Rick and Morty boxer briefs. I would wear Rick and Morty head to toe if I could, and–Ooh-wee!--these were a delight to receive.

The Revolution Loot Wear has laid down its arms, but you can still order January’s Origins collection, which includes fashions inspired by Dungeons & Dragons, Superman, Super Mario Brothers, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Steven Universe, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Loot Wear sent the review copy.

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