At conventions, t-shirts are common fare. Catering to the attendee demographics, most are sassy, nerdy more witty rather than aesthetically pleasing. However, there are rare nuggets of gold – apparel that appeals to the eye and mind.
NerdAtlas’ choice for the best shirt of GenCon belongs to a line produced by JBM Press.
JBM Press has an entire line of Dungeons and Dragons-esque role playing shirts featuring slick graphics and witty damage rolls. The shirts design’s silhouetted fantasy art looks great, and the addition of dice values to the attacks won over many a heart. I saw dozens of people wearing these shirts throughout the con, and I know everyone I was there with bought a shirt for themselves.
They have numerous designs, from kobolds to halfling rogues. If you’ve ever played a pen and paper RPG, then you can most certainly find a character that represents you.