Acclaimed Japanese manga artist Kazuo Umezu is just as famous for his trademark Wallyesque red-and-white striped fashion as he is for his unique body of horror (Orochi, Butterfly Grave), comedy (Makoto-chan) and science fiction (The Drifting Classroom) manga works.

At 81 years of age, the eccentric creator has no intention of slowing down. Not only was he just recognized with the Heritage Award at France’s 45th Angouleme International Comics Festival for Watashi wa Shingo (My Name is Shingo), a special booth selling limited goods based on his works was so popular at the Winter Comiket (Comic Market) 93 last year that his publishers have decided to extend the shop online for a limited period until February 14th.

Let's take a look at some of the cool Kazuo Umezu goods available for purchase there:

First, the ultimate expression of Umezu-ness, T-shirts with red and white stripes! These T-shirts feature Kyonshi Makoto-chan. The same design is also available minus stripes on a black background.

We're particularly fond of these gorgeous full-print "graphic big" T-shirts with an iconic scene from Butterfly Grave. Other Butterfly Grave designs in T-shirts and sweatshirts are also on sale.

The horror factor is strong with this Kowai (I'm scared!) print sweatshirt.

These sweatshirts featuring an English-text Orochi with skulls will surely make an impact. T-shirt version also available.

If you're an Orochi fan but don't need a T-shirt, this tote bag might suit your fancy.

This Magod sweatshirt with Gwashi! hand signs on the sleeves will let everyone know you're a die-hard Umezu fan. A T-shirt version without hand signs is also available.

Or you can buy these nifty coin cases featuring the likeness of Orochi, Sakura or Makoto-chan.

The piece de resistance may be these curtains (vertical or horizontal) featuring scenes from Butterfly Grave. Cho Makoto-chan version also available.

The complete list of goods and their prices are available in the online shop here. Shipping is only available within Japan, but you can have them sent to you if you use a third-party forwarding service. That is, of course, if you make it to the shop before it closes on February 14th or before they run out of stock.

By - grape Japan editorial staff.