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The latest limited edition collection of Markiplier, Jacksepticeye, and PokimaneThe gamer / geek clothing brand of is a collaboration with other content creators Rhett mclaughlin and Link Neal.
Childhood friends who became co-hosts and business partners, McLaughlin and Neal have been on Youtube for over a decade. They are perhaps best known as the creators and the faces of long-lasting weekday variety series. Mythical Good Morning, which has more than 17 million subscribers and regularly presents enduring culinary torments. Their production company Legendary entertainment also owns Smosh and invested in Jarvis johnsonnascent content startup.
The McLaughlin and Neal’s Cloak line is touted as “a legendary face-melting collaboration” inspired by nighttime play sessions and mythological creatures. It features 26 items, almost all of which involve psychedelic tie-dye.
“A very cool vibe, very comforting and comfortable to wear,” Neal said in a recent Mythical Good Morning Download. “Kind of like lasagna does inside your body.” (This logical jump is less confusing when you consider that he and McLaughlin were about to taste some lasagna.)
Most items in the Cloak Is Mythical line are sold out at press time. Items still in stock include Pegasus and Cockatrice Themed T-Shirts ($ 36), Pegasus Hoodie ($ 68), Mist Dye Joggers ($ 66), Bottle of water ($ 30) and a full-size ottoman chair ($ 195).
It’s not clear if sold-out items will be restocked, but given that Neal described the collection as an “ultra limited edition,” there’s a good chance they won’t.
Cloak was founded by Markiplier (30 million subscribers) and Jacksepticeye (27.4 million) in 2018. It has since partnered for limited editions with a number of creators and franchises, including Pokimane (which has become the co-owner of the brand while designing his own collection), Five nights at Freddy’s, and Minecraft.