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Uniqlo to sell t-shirts featuring magazine's characters
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Apr '08
Uniqlo, April 23 (Wed.), the weekly magazine Shukan Shonen boy's character and Sunday, killed one T-shirt and a "dream killed" T-shirt, as the first Uniqlo sales.

This is the weekly magazine Shonen Sunday and the boy's plan was launched in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of "CHIMUUENZUDEI" (50 anniversary Sunday Magazine) project to participate in the planning of.

Every Wednesday, the weekly Shonen Sunday, the boy's magazine cartoon characters designed to sell T-shirts, very popular. "Dreams plays together" T-shirt, Uniqlo stores nationwide and YUNIKUROONRAINSUTOA be released soon.

Intense competition in the publishing industry, weekly readers who asked to continue to work to create the "Weekly Shonen Sunday" (Collins Publishing) and "Weekly Shonen Magazine" (Kodansha Publishing).

The two will join hands with the magazine, a "dream plays together," Uniqlo is a T-shirt to express. Until now unthinkable character killed by a T-shirt.

This time, "Weekly Shonen Sunday," "Urusei Yatsura" character "Lum-chan" and "Weekly Shonen Magazine" "Tiger Mask" and fighting in the ring on the one-handle, "Weekly Shonen Magazine" "There's Joe" and "first step" to match the pattern of the one-, two patterns emerged.

One T-shirt, you will enjoy wearing the order, "Lum-chan × Tiger Mask" T-shirts, "a tiger-patterned ties," "There's the first step × Joe" T-shirts are "among boxer" Expression, while design. Uniqlo will continue to bea "dream killed" T-shirts sold from time to time in the future.

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