The Crow Calling Fun Boy Black Unisex T-Shirt - by James O'Barr
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The Crow Calling Fun Boy graphic t-shirt is a cotton garment featuring an extract from the graphic novel The Crow by James O'Barr (1989).
Details. Made from 100% ringspun cotton with print on the front.
Size guide. Small 34/36", Medium 38", Large 40/42", XL 44/46", 2XL 48/50", 3XL 52"
James O'Barr. Born in 1960, The Crow's creator spent his early life in foster care. He went on to study Renaissance sculpture and photography before enlisting in the US Marines in 1978 following the death of his fiancé in a tragic drink-driving accident. While stationed in Germany, James found an outlet for his artistic skills by illustrating combat manuals and, in 1981, he started work on The Crow.
James created his story of true love, loss and revenge, as a way to cope with his feelings of anger and self-destruction. Sadly, he didn't find the experience healing, once commenting that 'pure anger' was on every page.
The Crow was left on the shelf for seven years. When finally released, it went on to sell more than 750,000 copies, making it the bestselling black and white graphic novel of all time.
Local printing. This garment will be printed as locally to you as possible, using our regional printing hubs (UK, USA and mainland Europe). This method minimises its carbon footprint, shipping costs and ensures you receive your order quickly.