FAIRFAX, Va., Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ThinkGeek (NASDAQ: GKNT) was recently approached by Science Corps International (SCI), the elite superhero team, to reveal their existence to the world through a series of t-shirts depicting the elusive team's members. It is also believed that the shirts will serve as alternative or lounge-wear uniforms for SCI's members.
Made up of the best and brightest minds that history can provide, SCI members recently had their likenesses captured by ThinkGeek's own apparel artist, John Midgley. "It's been a pleasure working with the scientists to show them in all their glory. I'm just glad I didn't have to draw any capes." Midgley's years of graphic design experience were exactly what ThinkGeek needed to expose the truth.
It appears that only a few members of the team have been revealed at current date, and their codenames include Dr. E, High Voltage, and Madame Radiation.With the exact number of the team unknown, Midgley and his cohorts have a plan to persuade the still-shadowy members to come forth: ThinkGeek is encouraging its customers to cast votes intended to stroke the egos and lure the as yet unnamed scientific superheroes into the light. Currently, the t-shirts are available in standard cut and babydoll and range in size from small to XXXL. The line of Science Corps International t-shirts is projected to grow at a rate of one per month until the entire team has been revealed. To learn more about the Science Corps International and ThinkGeek, visit http://www.thinkgeek.com/sciencecorps. About ThinkGeek ThinkGeek, a wholly owned subsidiary of Geeknet, Inc. (NASDAQ: GKNT), is the premier retailer for the global geek community. Since 1999, ThinkGeek has sought to provide tech, gadget, and toy-obsessed communities with all the things that geeks crave. ThinkGeek was founded to serve the distinct needs and interests of technology professionals and enthusiasts and today has grown to become the first choice for innovative and imaginative products that appeal to the geek in everyone. Want to learn more. Check out thinkgeek.com.