Here's one that's always baffled me. At first glance, my natural assumption was that it's merely an ordinary, generic design (similar to his striped shirts). But then again, it seems a tad, I dunno... showy? So maybe there's more to it that I'm missing. Whatever the case, I couldn't find a replica of it anywhere online.
Featured on The Big Bang Theory episodes
S02 E09: "The White Asparagus Triangulation"
S03 E06: "The Cornhusker Vortex"
I believe the t-shirt is based on the DC comic book Vigilante. https://www.google.com/search?q=dc+vigilante+comic&safe=off&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiRytbt3a_VAhXhx4MKHRuNAlUQ_AUICigB&biw=1366&bih=638ReplyDelete
Oh, wow. That's a great catch, Davisgang! I'm starting a hunt for it right now and can already tell it's going to be a grueling one (a search for "Vigilante" in comic books is mostly bringing up Batman and Punisher hits... dangit) but, nevertheless, you've contributed a great starting point. Thanks again!ReplyDelete
It’s not vigilante...it was a VERY short lived aquaman symbolReplyDelete
Hi, Michael, thanks for the contribution (and apologies for the late reply, I never saw a frickin' notification). Do you happen to have any more information on the symbol (i.e., links, when/where it was featured, etc?) I can't seem to come up with anything.Delete
Either way, thanks again for adding to the site. It's super appreciated.
I thought it was a symbol for Atlantis in Batman vs Superman, or possibly a locking cheveron or symbol from Stargate.ReplyDelete
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Here is my own recreation, it's hereReplyDelete
This is the saame t shirt
It's the logo on Aquamans beltReplyDelete
This shirt Is the Greek Symbol Lamda and it stands for wavelength and plays a role in the Big Bang Theory. The White Font with Red outline is consistent with Greek Symbol Lettering on College Fraternaty shirts.ReplyDelete