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How to get an Eddie Munson shirt: Stranger Things merch hits the shelves

Bruno Cooke July 4, 2022
Eddie Munson plays rock guitar in the Upside Down wearing a Hellfire Club T-shirt

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Stranger Things season 4 is off with a bang, and long-haired Hellfire Club leader Eddie Munson is a fan favourite – you can even get T-shirts with his face on.

Eddie only appears in eight episodes of Stranger Things – all in season 4. But he’s made an impression on fans. 

His eccentric personality and love for all things fantasy and sci-fi make him an endearing character, and the bravery he shows when confronted with a life-or-death dilemma in episode 9 have ensured that he’ll go down in the annals of Stranger Things lore as a legend.

Here’s a rundown of all the Eddie Munson shirts, T-shirts, and other merch items currently available to buy online.

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Official Stranger Things Eddie Munson shirts have sold out on Amazon

First available in 29 April 2022, official Eddie Munson T-shirts come in three fit types: men, women, and youth.

However, to the foreseeable chagrin of Stranger Things fans, they are currently unavailable.

Even the 3X-Large tees have sold out. However, since the latest review is from 2 July – just two days ago – they appear to have been in stock until very recently.

This particular item of official merch has received an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5, with a single reviewer giving the Eddie Munson shirt one star.

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But you can buy them elsewhere

Stranger Things Eddie Munson T-shirts may not currently be available to buy via Amazon, but you can get them from Hot Topic.

Depending on your size, you’ll pay $23.90 or $27.90. All sizes, from XS up to 3XL, appear to be in stock. Note, however, that they’re not available for in-store pickup.

For those wanting a different fit, the tees are also available in women’s sizes here.

If you get an Eddie Munson T-shirt from Box Lunch, you’ll pay a bit more. Unless, that is, you use the following code to get 30% off, site-wide: “BLGIFTS”.

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Fan-made Eddie Munson shirts, stickers, posters and more

If the T-shirts from the official Stranger Things merch store don’t quite cut the mustard, and you’d like to try something else, fret not.

RedBubble currently hosts Eddie Munson posters, stickers – lots of stickers – T-shirts and phone cases. For a one-season character, he really has captured the hearts and minds of Stranger fans.

Meanwhile, over on Etsy, you can get Eddie Munson T-shirts (different to those available via official channels), jewellery, photos, badges, mugs, a candle, keyrings, and more.

Prices range from very high to very low. The most expensive piece of Eddie Munson Stranger Things merch currently purchasable on Etsy is a painting and custom frame. It’s apparently rare and “hard to come by”. It costs £609.88 ($738).

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Where to get the T-shirt Eddie Munson wears in Stranger Things

Eddie’s favourite item of clothing might just be his Hellfire Club T-shirt. 

Well, good news. There are plenty of Hellfire Club T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts and tank tops available on Hot Topic. The site also vends a denim vest bearing the words, “Demobat Slayer”.

The Hellfire Club T-shirt is also available on Merchoid. In fact, for a full set of Eddie Munson garments – if, for example, you want to dress up as Eddie for a fancy dress party – Costume Realm has exactly what you need.

Back to Etsy, where someone has made an Eddie Munson crochet sweater, by hand. It’s apparently machine washable, but I wouldn’t risk it. It costs £435.01 ($526).

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Bruno is a novelist, amateur screenwriter and journalist with interests in digital media, storytelling, film and politics. He’s lived in France, China, Sri Lanka and the Philippines, but returned to the UK for a degree (and because of the pandemic) in 2020. His articles have appeared in Groundviews, Forge Press and The Friday Poem, and most are readable on Medium or onurbicycle.com.