If there’s anything better than fresh super hero-inspired gear, it’s that same stuff when it also helps benefit a worthy cause.
That’s what you’re looking at above, a new t-shirt inspired by the recent release of Hawkeye #19, where hearing loss suffered by Clint Barton made sign language a key part of the story by writer Matt Fraction and David Aja. In case you haven’t read the issue or haven’t figured it out, the signs on the shirt spell out Hawkeye. The shirt is on sale through WeLoveFine.com, and Fraction is donating his share of its sale to the Signing Time Foundation, an organization that helps ensure sign language is “fun and accessible for all children.”
Purple would seem like the way to go, because Hawkeye. But just in case you don’t feel like you could pull that much purple off, the shirt also comes in black and charcoal, and it’s available in men’s and women’s sizes.
(via CBR’s Robot 6)