The battle of the titans approaches, with Godzilla vs. Kong coming to HBO Max and select theaters on March 31.
To celebrate, Mondo will be releasing these two amazing prints by Phantom City Creative. There is a brown-toned print with English text and a greyscale one with Japanese text. I really like the Japanese text one!
The posters will be available for purchase on Tuesday, March 30 at 9AM (PDT) HERE.
Godzilla vs. Kong Regular Print by Phantom City Creative 24″ x 36″ Edition size – 200 $50
Godzilla vs. Kong Variant Print by Phantom City Creative 24″ x 36″ Edition size – 200 $50
Tomorrow Mondo will release an amazing new poster for a Spider-Man story that never was, by the spectacular Ciro Nieli.
Way back in 2006, before his work on two of the best animated series of all time, The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (2010) and TMNT (2012), Ciro was developing a pitch for an animated Spider-Man series. Last year, he shared some of his early sketchbook explorations for the design of Spidey and the Green Goblin, and Mondo was blown away. It took all of 3 seconds after seeing his post for Mondo to write him and ask if he ever had interest in doing a full screenprinted poster for ‘ol webhead.
From the start, Ciro had an awesome idea. People are obsessed with Marvel’s classic black light posters from the 70s, so Mondo used fluorescent inks to really make the colors sing.
“As a kid, I didn’t realize his impact on me, how that abstract Spidey mask would become the face I associated with so many ideas: pain, fear, responsibility, and triumph. I wanted this poster to capture how tortured the world of teen Peter Parker was and how this little spider could overcome any obstacle, no matter how big or terrifying.”
Available Thursday March 25 at 11 AM Central HERE.
The Amazing Spider-Man To Crush a Spider Screenprinted Poster by Ciro Nieli 18″ x 24″ Edition of 175 $50
Linocut mastermind Attack Peter continues his tireless exploration of the original Godzilla canon with 1967’s Son of Godzilla.
“I’ve had a strange relationship with this film. I’m fairly certain that Son of Godzilla was one of the handful of Godzilla films I watched on loop as a kid, the others being King Kong vs Godzilla, Ebirah: Horror of the Deep, and Godzilla Raids Again. I remember loving the tropical island and jungle vibe so much! Back then, I thought Minya was a lovable dork and I didn’t have any issues with him being in the mix. As I got older, I started to cringe whenever I saw him pop up in films, and his voice began to irritate me as well. I think it was a combination of me being in my “too cool for Minya” phase and also thinking that his presence would keep new fans from getting into Big G’s filmography.
Recently though, I began to rewatch all of the Showa, Heisei, Millenium and Legendary films again. It suddenly occurred to me that the hatred had gone too far on Minya. He’s an important part of Godzilla’s story and allows us to see a side of him that we don’t get to see elsewhere: He’s a hero and a father. In addition to that, I realized how many fans would constantly trash the ‘67 Godzilla suit! I don’t know if it’s the contrarian in me or my deep love of the X-Plus 30cm 1967 Godzilla figure — which I feel is one of the best Godzilla toys ever made — but I love that suit.
When the time came to pick my next design for the fine folks at Mondo, and seeing how many great artists interpreted so many popular Godzilla films, I knew it may fall on me to give Son of Godzilla the love it deserves! I spent my time trying to stay loyal to the odd and uncomfortable designs of the suits while giving them a touch of stylization, emphasize the lush jungle environment, and pay tribute to the nasty kaiju insects that inhabit it! I really hope you all love it!”
– Attack Peter
Son of Godzilla Linocut Poster Art by Attack Peter 1-color Linocut Print on Handmade Lokta Paper Printed, Signed and Numbered by the Artist 20”x30” Edition of 120 $100
The poster will be available on Friday, January 29 at 11AM Central on The Drop.
Face front, True Believers! This week Mondo has two new Marvel posters focused on characters celebrating major birthday milestones in 2021.
First is a powerful Captain America poster from Phantom City Creative. The good Captain turns 80 years old this year, but you’d never know it since the First Avenger can still wield Mjolnir with the mightiest of them all. Next up is the new poster by Michael Cho for the Fantastic Four who are celebrating 60 years of being Marvel’s first family and the world’s greatest comic magazine.
Both posters on sale Friday 1/22 at 11am Central on The Drop.
Avengers: Endgame – Captain America Screenprinted Poster Art by Phantom City Creative 24″x36″ Edition of 300 $55
Fantastic Four Screenprinted Poster Art by Michael Cho 24″x36″ Edition of 250 $60.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is inviting guests to bid on the largest and most comprehensive auction of Mondo prints ever. Drawn entirely from Alamo Drafthouse founder Tim League’s personal collection of nearly 2,000 Mondo limited edition prints, the auction begins Sunday, November 29th in partnership with eMoviePoster.com. Bidding for each item begins at just $1.
“I love Mondo posters. I own quite a few of them and the interpretations of my films by the Mondo crew are a source of great pride to me,” says Shaun of the Dead director Edgar Wright. “It is clear they are in the middle of a very cool Venn diagram composed of huge artistic talent and a genuine love of movies.”
The auction will begin at 5:00PM on November 29th and close on December 13th. Bidders must have a free account at eMovieposter.com to bid. Everything in the auction is certified original and in mint or near mint condition. Each poster will be meticulously inspected and graded prior to the auction by the eMovieposter team.
From Tim League: “Cinemas across the country are facing extraordinary financial hardships. We are legally unable to open many of our venues, and where we can open, our capacity is significantly reduced, the product – the supply of blockbuster films – has evaporated, and our debt from accrued rent during closure continues to mount.
100% of proceeds from the sale will go towards paying staff of the Alamo Drafthouse and paying debt and expenses accrued during the COVID closures. These next four to six months are critical and the proceeds from this auction will help immensely.
If you are a Mondo collector, if you have a movie fan in your life who would like something unique under the Christmas tree this year, or if you have never purchased a poster before, we invite everyone to explore the incredible history of nearly 15 years of beautiful poster design in this auction.
Alamo Drafthouse’s history of creating special hand-silkscreened event posters dates back to early partnerships with then gig poster luminary and Mondo co-founder Rob Jones on posters for QT Fest and early outdoor Rolling Roadshow events like Cinemapocalypse. Later, Mondo Tees – the tiny iron-on T-shirt shop in the original Alamo Drafthouse’s ticket booth – began creating and releasing collectible prints that became highly sought-after, and revolutionized the film poster world.
Mondo’s reputation for graphic excellence continues with inventive, artist-driven designs for everything from the latest studio blockbusters to cult classics. That commitment to has led the company to work with a roster of world-renowned artists that include Aaron Horkey, Becky Cloonan, Francesco Francavilla, Frank Kozik, Jermaine Rogers, Jason Edmiston, Jay Ryan, Jay Shaw, Jock, Tula Lotay, Laurent Durieux, Matt Taylor, Olly Moss, Stan Sakai, Shepard Fairey, Drew Struzan, Vania Zouravliov, and many more.
All hail Attack Peter! The Fire Wire’s favorite linocut artist is back with a brand new handmade poster — the fifth in his Godzilla poster series — this time for 1972’s Godzilla vs. Gigan.
This film marks the first appearance of the excellent Gigan, a cyborg space monster who has a giant buzzsaw on his belly and hooks for hands. Gigan and King Ghidorah enter a tag team battle against our hero Godzilla and Anguirus. Oh, plus they battle in an amusement park that has a giant Godzilla tower.
Peter’s personally crafts each poster, printing from his linocuts onto handmade Lokta paper from Nepal. The amount of care and detail that goes into these unique pieces is astounding, and they’re sure to be the centerpiece of any collection.
Attack Peter’s Godzilla vs. Gigan will be available for purchase tomorrow October 15 at 11AM (CT) via The Drop.
Godzilla vs. Gigan Linocut Poster Art by Attack Peter 1-color Linocut Print on Lokta Paper Printed, Signed and Numbered by the Artist 20”x30” Edition of 120 Expected to ship in November 2020 $100
It’s been ten years since writer/director Edgar Wright KO’ed us with his live-action adaptation of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.
Truly though, what Edgar was able to do with Bryan Lee O’Malley’s series of graphic novels is nothing short of a pop culture tour de force. From its completely stacked cast, Edgar’s and Michael Bacall’s brilliant script, Bill Pope’s kinetic cinematography… it all comes together in a film that can now be considered a timeless genre classic.
Mondo is excited to have a new poster for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World by Matt Ryan Tobin! Matty’s poster celebrates both the girl of Scott’s dreams, Ramona Flowers in her infinite radness, as well another pretty iconic staple of pop culture with the initials “S.P.” This poster is available in three color variants, just like Ramona’s ever-changing hair. She dyes it every week and a half, dudes. Get used to it.
Matt Ryan Tobin’s Scott Pilgrim VS. The World print will be available for purchase tomorrow September 10 at 11AM (CT) HERE.
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Screenprinted Poster Art by Matt Ryan Tobin 24”x36” Blue Hair Variant Edition of 108 $50
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Screenprinted Poster Art by Matt Ryan Tobin 24”x36” Green Hair Variant Edition of 108 $50
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Screenprinted Poster Art by Matt Ryan Tobin 24”x36” Pink Hair Variant Edition of 108 $50
Even though San Diego Comic Con was sadly cancelled this year, many exhibitors will be selling their goodies online. One vendor, Mondo always has huge lines at SDCC and they will be offering a variety of posters including this gorgeous Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla print by the ultra talented Attack Peter.
I’ve written about the artist before and if you want to learn more about him click HERE.
Attack Peter’s print pays homage to the 1974 Kaiju battle royale…Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla.The poster will be available to purchase on Mondo’s website on Saturday July 25.
You can also join Peter on Saturday, July 25 at 12:00 p.m. PST/ 3pm EST for the @mondonews happy hour on their YouTube channel! He will discuss this print and other fun things.
Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla Linocut Poster By Attack Peter 20″ x 30″ $100
Mondo is proud to present Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection, a visually breathtaking celebration of the Emmy Award–winning series.
Known for their limitless passion and incredible ingenuity for film and television posters, Mondo turns their attention to the highly acclaimed show Batman: The Animated Series. The show first aired in 1992 and was instantly met with critical praise for its sophisticated writing and distinctive, noir-influenced art style, generating an intense following that still exists today.
Over the years, Mondo has received global recognition for their astonishing artisanal posters, and their creations for Batman: The Animated Series are no exception. The studio has partnered exclusively with the award-winning artist at Phantom City Creative, Inc., Justin Erickson, in order to bring this show to life in a striking and unparalleled way. Filled with Erikson’s slick graphic design as well as beautifully rendered illustrations, this Batman: The Animated Series art book is a one-of-a-kind tribute to one of the greatest animated shows of all time.
The book will be released on October 6 and you can pre-order it HERE.