This one has just about everything to make you look like a walking SNES controller. Note: this is an update of the original design from a few years back, which you can see here.
UPDATE: Well I shall revisit the main crest. Consider this design the Beta.
I am still plugging away on the jersey designs for the upcoming Game Of Thrones offer, which will feature the Night’s Watch, Targaryen Dragons, and Stark Direwolves. Both Targaryen 2.0 and Direwolves 4.0 need some touching up, but I thought I’d share the Night’s Watch design.
If you’re not familiar with the books or show, the Night’s Watch do not have a sigil. So I created one that uses a crow – a nickname for the Watch. Went with Rangers as a team name, which felt better suited than having “Night’s Watch” plastered over the main logo. Also Rangers is a familiar team name. Night’s Watch was relegated to a shoulder patch that also features the sword Longclaw.
The jersey had to be predominantly black, no way of getting around that. One design touch I made was making a light grey mid-stripe that also rides high on the arms. This stripe represents the Wall. What can I say? I’m a sucker for symbolism.
This design will be made available soon! Sorry for the delay.
Note: I forgot to change the number from a previous Hunger Games design, which is why it reads as 74. Should read 97 for the old bear.
There are the only 2 guys from The Avengers that translate well to a hockey jersey (in this blogger’s humble opinion): Captain America and Iron Man. I actually made one for Thor, but it looked weird. You just need to buy a plain green practice jersey for the Hulk.
These are rather generic-looking and could possibly be offered one day (would need to dispose of the S.H.I.E.L.D. logo). Unless Marvel trademarked the American flag, amirite??