The Hundreds x Animaniacs

I can’t say that allowed without singing the Animaniacs theme tune in my head…

California streetwear brand The Hundreds is excited to partner with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to announce the launch of The Hundreds X Animaniacs apparel collection. The Hundreds have teamed up with the zany, wacky, characters of our youth and bought them to streetwear, what could be better?

Executive produced by Steven Spielberg, Animaniacs was an Emmy® and Peabody Award-winning hit animated television series created at the height of the animation renaissance of the early 1990s. Inspired by the irreverence of the Looney Tunes, the series was made up of short skits and a rotating cast of characters anchored by the Warner siblings, Yakko, Wakko, and Dot. Breakout characters, such as Pinky and the Brain and the Goodfeathers, are just a few beloved figures that made their debut as an animated short on the series.  Animaniacs ran for 99 episodes from 1993 to 1998, and was defined by a hilarious combination of slapstick comedy, addictively catchy music, satirical commentary, and pop-culture references that appealed to audiences of all ages.

The collection includes graphic t-shirts, long-sleeve t-shirts, hoodies, hooded coach jackets, tote bags and pin sets.  At the center of this ultimate collaborative mash-up is “AniAdam Bomb” – The Hundreds fan-dedicated graphic depicting Yakko, Wakko and Dot trapped inside The Hundreds signature mascot Adam Bomb, rather than in the iconic home of the Animaniacs, the Warner Bros. water tower. Dope! 

You can buy it in the UK here:

Remix
Flatspot
Urban Industry
5Pointz
The Chimp Store
Main Source
Sweet Sensi
Urban Industry
Cream

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