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A superhero for our time.

Brave, decent and never on time.

Banned by The Joker-like Dublin Bus in 2012 for copyright infringement.

Niall De Buitlear of tee makers T-Shock write in GOOD humour:

You may recall the kerfuffle over some t-shirts I made.  Well Dublin Bus have created a new character called “Network Noel” which seems familiar…



Let Noel Give You The Edge (DublinBus)


Previously: The Busman

Thanks Jonjo


T-Shock writes:

“According to the Guaranteed Irish website it costs “as little as €1 per day for a sole trader” to use the Guaranteed Irish logo.”

“They seem to be using the Fine Gael/Labour trick of dividing a charge into the smallest possible amount to make it seem like less. €1 a day sounds like a lot less than €350 a year. That is quite a lot of money for a small sole trader to spend in order to use a logo on their products.”

“As a result I’ve designed an UnGuaranteed Irish symbol which anyone can use for free.”


300300-2300-1New tees from T-Shock.

To purchase at the NEW Temple Bar night Market, Temple Bar, Dublin, TONIGHT from 6-9.30pm

T-Shock writes:

From top:  1.The Department of Social Rejection tee is ideal for drinking cider on the boardwalk but I wouldn’t recommend wearing it to a meeting with your community welfare officer; 2. The Dublin ’88 Transformed t-shirt is inspired by my two  two memories of the 1980s: ‘celebrating’ the Dublin Millennium and watching a lot of cartoons;, and 3. Billy Roll the smiling meat is finally available in t-shirt form. Sandwich sold separately.