What do you think?
I'd wear it.
Unfortunately, nothing I wear has a lapel…
Could I use it as a cuff link?
Like the design, assume it's a pin so lots of appeal, but I second the cufflink! Fits the era so well!
Oh very nice. I would get in on that.
Totally wear it…
as cuff links.
Very classy. I like it a lot. Cufflinks too!
Nope, Can't find the store button to buy this pin now. (I'm a sucker for a good pin)
For everyone asking for cufflinks, I'll have to research that. I will definitely be doing it as a pin though for convention season.
Yeah, I'd wear that.
I have a black top hat which collect and attach pins to.
You better come to Toronto then if that's a con exclusive!
I would wear it. Lady clothing allows pins to be attached almost anywhere!
Love dat suit bro
Cufflink idea is a good one
I think it's upside down.
it will become important.
I think it looks cool, and would consider buying it, but I'd also feel like I should wear it flipped because everyone else, who doesn't read the comic, would always be 'helpfully' letting me know that my pin was upside down.
I was wondering about that.
absolutely! this looks great!
Is that you in a shirt and tie modeling?
Very stylish, would wear.
I'll take 2.
love it. it'd fit in with a lot of my other jewelry, too.
I would definitely buy that pin
AMAZING! I'd pick one up for sure!
I'd totally get one! I love the design
I would buy that so quickly! It would be a nice classy way to represent my love of your comic which is quickly becoming my favorite.
I… must have that. MUST.
Pins are nice, Belt Buckles are awesome.
Just take my money..
Wait, conventions only or would you sell them through the chainsawsuit store too?
That is a good question.
I'd put that right next to my Skull & Scratch pin on my purse. :)
It's groovy, baby! But seriously, I really like it. We don't go to the same cons, so I'll probably never get one, but if I DID, I would certainly wear it proudly. :)
I like the cufflink idea, but my problem with cufflinks is if I'm wearing a blazer, they just get obscured. What about a tie clip?
Looks good, though unless it's totally relevant I'd suggest some form of riveting or marking on the edge, maybe moving away from a circular shape to a semi-curved polygon, to try and make it look right-ways up. If it turns out the perfect-circle is important, then I shall shut my fingers up.
People are totally gonna keep thinking it's upside down as it is unless they read the comic to know otherwise.
I agree. I actually thought the symbol DID go the other way up before seeing this pin. Not the most observant guy, but hey.
It's the skull, I think. The skull being upside down makes my brain want to reorient the whole thing. Flipping the skull to be right side up would solve that for me.
There's probably a good reason it is the way it is, but it breaks my brain at the same time.
A pendant might be a cool idea as well, if we're suggesting other ideas besides lapel pins. I would totally rock this on a thin gold chain around my neck.
This pin is amazing. I want to buy one right now!
As once eloquently put by RoboCop, "I'd buy that for a dollar."
Make one in bronze, one in gold, one in silver? I'll buy all 3 + cufflinks if they exist. Not enough classy-yet-nerdy lapel pins.
What is it made of?
If you squint, the Broodhollow symbol looks like an angry pig head. I think I just solved the whole comic
Almost like Corky and the Juice Pigs logo… I see it.
I would certainly buy that pin. I don't think cufflinks would sell very well though, despite what people are saying… Pins can really go anywhere (bags, t-shirts etc.). Cufflinks only go on fancy shirts, which a lot of people don't encounter very often. Just saying!
If I see that at Comic con, I will almost certainly buy it.
Double Windsor FTW. Also, silver cuff links FTW. I never buy a dress shirt that doesn't require cuff links.
I deffinetly want one. and I like the fact that to some it would look upside down. If someone tries to tell me that my pin is upside down It'll give me a good excuse to tell them about this comic! ("oh no, it's supposed to be like that. It's from this cool web comic called Broodhollow you should check out…)