Your favorite Capcom characters and branding are available on apparel and more

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The Capcom shops at Zazzle.com now have more choices than ever before. With the addition of popular brands like Street Fighter, Mega Man and Ace Attorney, fans now have even more options to customize their favorite Capcom video game icons on a wide variety of products offered by Zazzle.

 

Capcom launched a partnership with Zazzle in 2010, beginning with four online shops that allow fans to customize and purchase a variety of merchandise with favorite Capcom characters and branding. Product options include hoodies, t-shirts, skateboards, posters, mugs, postage stamps and more. The three new shops join the existing line-up: Monster Hunter Tri, Capcom Classic Arcade, Power Stone and Rival Schools. As part of the ongoing partnership, additional brand shops will be added in 2012.

 

Visitors to Zazzle can access the Capcom shops at http://www.zazzle.com/capcom, and can easily customize any of the thousands of Capcom licensed products with their own text and images. Zazzle’s proprietary technology and on-demand manufacturing capabilities allow fans to easily customize and purchase thousands of licensed products from the Capcom brand shops.

 

Special deals and offers will be available for the holidays, including new exclusive Street Fighter merchandise for Christmas as well as Black Friday/Cyber Monday promotions from 11/25-11/28.

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