Star Wars fans have a lot of entertainment to enjoy on Disney+ including the new hit series Star Wars: The Bad Batch. Now with the series more than halfway through, shopDisney is introducing character shirts featuring Omega and the “Bad Batch” clone crew too.

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The Bad Batch – shopDisney

The Bad Batch follows the elite and experimental clones of the Bad Batch (first introduced in The Clone Wars) as they find their way in a rapidly changing galaxy in the immediate aftermath of the Clone War. Now your young one can celebrate the series with this collection of shirts that’s as cool as the characters.  


“Omega is featured drawing back on her bow on the front of this soft all-cotton top inspired by the Disney+ series.”

Omega T-Shirt for Kids – Star Wars: The Bad Batch – $19.99

Logo Tee

“This all-cotton tee inspired by Star Wars: The Bad Batch on Disney+ features the show logo against heathered gray, plus a ribbed crew neck and short sleeves.”

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Logo T-Shirt for Kids – $19.99

Poster Tee

“Clone Force 99 suggest you and Omega ''strap in'' with this crew neck tee featuring character art for the animated series.”

"Strap In, Kid" Poster T-Shirt for Kids – Star Wars: The Bad Batch – $19.99

Red Logo Tee

“Show your support for heroic Clone Force 99 when you wear this all-cotton tee.”

Clone Force 99 Logo T-Shirt for Kids – Star Wars: The Bad Batch – $19.99

Bad Batch Names

“Everyone will know you're a fan of the coolest clones in the galaxy—Hunter, Echo, Tech, Wrecker, Crosshair and Omega—when you wear this soft all-cotton tee inspired by Star Wars: The Bad Batch.”

The Bad Batch Names T-Shirt for Kids – Star Wars – $19.99

More Bad Batch Fun:

  • Join Mike and Rebekah on Mondays for a livestream discussion of the series during Omega Mondays!

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