Want to tell your friends about the book? Love it or hate it, nothing gets people talking like telling them to ban literature. Explain it’s a joke, or back up your ban argument and see how far you can push it before they figure out you’re actually promoting the thing. Or, if you’re just sick of me advertising it and want the damn thing banned forever, now’s your chance!!!
"BAN VALHALLA" MERCH! It’s like Valhalla merch, but sarcastic!
(And don’t forget, there are also non-ban buttons for sale)
The campaign to ban Valhalla enters a new phase with the first official Valhalla shirts. These will likely be a limited run ending sometime around Ragnarök’s release, so if you want an original first run of the first official Valhalla merch available, be sure to head over to redbubble now.
If you’re interested in actually promoting the novel rather than banning it, I still recommend wearing one of these out and about. FIJMU is telling the truth for once, nothing gets a conversation started like people asking why you’d ban a novel. It’s also probably the only time an author has sold merch demanding a ban on their own works, so the novelty value is through the roof. They’re set as cheap as redbubble allows, if they last longer than a month or two or come back after Ragnarök this won’t be the case, so for true Valhalla fans from the start, here’s you chance to get them cheap and get them first.
Photos on tumblr of people wearing them will be reblogged religiously by Walrus Squad.