Source: WarnerMedia/ the Pop Insider

Here’s your chance, do your dance! Space Jam is officially 25.

WarnerMedia Global Brands and Experiences is celebrating a quarter-century of Looney Tunes, Michael Jordan, and one unforgettable basketball game with new ‘90s-inspired merch, an upcoming NFT drop, a digital comic from DC, and more.

A new piece of Space Jam history is going down because it’s now the year 2021 and the days of listening to our soundtracks on a Walkman are long behind us. Starting today, Nifty’s will encourage fans to collect as many Tune Squad or Goon Squad NFTs from Space Jam: A New Legacy as possible before Jan. 13. On Jan. 14, collectors will receive one limited-edition Monstar NFT for every Tune or Goon Squad NFT they hold.

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If you’re still not sure WTF an NFT is, you’re in luck (and you should read this) — there’s plenty of IRL merch! NTWRK will launch its jammin’ collection today, which includes home goods made by Rugtomize and a Space Jam print designed by Aaron Kai. The Looney Tunes Shop is also open for business with original apparel inspired by the film.

A limited-edition streetwear capsule collection of ‘90s-inspired looks is now available from DJ Steve Aoki’s fashion and music label. Dim Mak x Space Jam 96 features T-shirts and hoodies in bright tie-dye colors with the Looney Tunes. Fans can also discover the recently reissued vinyl edition of “Space Jam (Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture)” — aka the main bop of the ‘90s. The red-and-black vinyl features all fourteen songs from the album that was certified platinum six times.

A T-shirt available in the Looney Tunes Shop and a rug from Rugtomize | Source: Warner Media/the Pop Insider

On the digital side of things, fans can download a free comic book from DC. It picks up where the film left off 25 years ago and can be found on the Stellar Souvenirs page of the original Space Jam website. House of Highlights has partnered with DOC (Dustin O. Canalin) to design a Looney Tunes collection that recreate some of the most influential basketball moments.

Space Jam premiered on Nov. 15, 1996, and has stayed in our Monstar-sized hearts ever since. Catch up on the nostalgia on HBOMax before diving into all of the above.