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Mad Max Gear

Get kitted in this Mad Max gear.

Extravagantly deranged and entirely over the top, George Miller has revived his Mad Max punk-western franchise as a bizarre convoy chase action-thriller in the post-apocalyptic desert in his movie, Mad Max: Fury Road. There are dozens of huge rigs and chunky 18-wheelers driven by large, angry men with long hair and bad teeth, and their rides are pimped out with skulls and other gory accessories. Some of these assault vehicles have permanent armies of drummers on board, thumping belligerently and rhythmically away, creating the kind of scary and upsetting noise usually only heard on the streets of the Edinburgh festival. For fans of the original Mad Max trilogy, this new movie is sure to please. We have comprised a list of the best Mad Max gear in order to celebrate.

The Art of Mad Max: Fury Road

The Art of Mad Max: Fury Road features the work of 65 of the best comic artists out there. They all took to the post apocalyptic landscape to interpret and commemorate the gorgeous and desolate world of George Miller's design. The book features art inspired by the film, with each image in the unique style of its artist. Every artist created their own double page spread, portraying everything from action sequences to character portraits. 

Mad Max Road Warrior Leather Jacket

This jacket is the perfect piece of Mad Max gear to wear when taking down the vicious motorcycle gangs that scourge the post-apocalyptic roads. It’s styled accurately to replicate Max’s own coat and it will definitely give you the same confidence he had when taking out the villainous Night Rider’s avengers. This biker-style jacket is made of durable leather to withstand any tough situations you might run into while protecting the streets. It’s beyond any doubt that you’ll stand out from the rest of the crowd when wearing this sleek styled leather jacket instead of a normal one. So whether you’re chasing down ruffians or serving revenge to wrong-doers, this piece of Mad Max gear is for you.

Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, also known as Mad Max 3: Beyond Thunderdome or simply Mad Max 3, is a 1985 Australian post-apocalyptic action adventure film co-directed by George Miller and George Ogilvie, written by Miller and Terry Hayes and starring Mel Gibson and Tina Turner. It is the third installment in the action movie Mad Max series, its story taking place 15 years after that of the previous film (20 after the original film). The original music score was composed by Maurice Jarre.

Welcome to Wherever You Are

Welcome to Wherever You Are is a feature length documentary celebrating the Mad Max mythology! A group of Max devotee's build a replica Interceptor, one of the most insane Mad Max cars, to drive it across the Australian desert, visit locations from the Mad Max trilogy, and talk to locals about their Max experiences. Everything was documented including interludes with police, arguments, vehicle break downs, and so on. The documentary ends at Bathurst during race weekend where over 70 street vehicles are destroyed as the Mad Max sub culture collides. This mountain mayhem of destruction had never before been filmed and resulted in a variety of threats and legal 'discussions' attempting to squash its release. It was also banned from Australian TV. You don't have to be a rev head, Mad Max, or V8 fan to enjoy this but it helps!

Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior

Mad Max 2 (also known as The Road Warrior and Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior) is a 1981 Australian post-apocalyptic action film directed by George Miller. The film is the second installment in the Mad Max film series, with Mel Gibson starring as Max Rockatansky. The film's tale of a community of settlers moved to defend themselves against a roving band of marauders follows an archetypical "Western" frontier movie motif, as does Max's role as a hardened man who rediscovers his humanity when he decides to help the settlers. Mad Max 2 was released on 24 December 1981, and received ample critical acclaim. Observers praised the visuals and Gibson's role.

Mad Max Video Game

In this video game, fans can play as Mad Max, one warrior who embarks on a dangerous journey after his Interceptor is stolen by a deadly gang of marauders lead by the warlord, Scabrous Scrotus. A reluctant hero with an instinct for survival, Max wants nothing more than to leave the madness behind and find solace in the storied "Plains of Silence". Be the Legendary Post-apocalyptic Warrior and build your legend by upgrading Max's stats, gear, and abilities. Kill or be killed by combining stealth, gun, and melee combat to take out your relentless enemies.

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