CultureFly worked with electric motorbike maker Super73 to create an Uzumaki bike. | Source: CultureFly

Horror manga hit Uzumaki is coming to closets with a new apparel collection from CultureFly.

Inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft, Uzumaki by Junji Ito is a horror series originally published by weekly manga publication Big Comic Spirits. The comic was a hit with horror fans, as its uniquely unsettling and surrealistic tone complimented Ito’s detailed art. The comic is set in the town of Kurouzu-cho, where people are being plagued by paranoia centered around the shape of spirals. From snail shells to whirlpools, anything that can form a spiral is causing trouble in this eerie story.

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Though the shape was supernaturally scary for the residents of Kurouzu-cho, it also makes for a stylish pattern on clothing. This is where CultureFly comes in. During last week’s New York Comic Con (NYCC), CultureFly launched a new apparel collection based on Uzumaki. The collection, made in partnership with VIZ Media, features outerwear, T-shirts, headwear, and more, all with Ito’s signature art. 

CultureFly also worked with Super73, an electric motorbike manufacturer, to create an Uzumaki electric bicycle that was on display at the booth. The bike is part of a month-long giveaway event that started on Oct. 6. It has a purple frame with black-and-white art on various panels, and it will have the manga fan who wins it riding in style.

The apparel collection is expected to be available online later this month at the CultureFly website, so if you loved Uzumaki you’ll want to keep your wallet ready!