Your favorite heroes are given the portrait treatment they all so justly deserve. Mondo Gallery is hosting a showing of Mike Mitchell portrait work, and we've got a little sneak look of what's to come. Couldn't all of your walls use a little MacReady?

Here's a collection of just a few of the Mitchell works that will be on display, and available for purchase over at Mondo Gallery April 26th through May 25th.

Poster Title: "My interest is energy, transference of energy."

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From the artist, Mike Mitchell:

"Thomas was an anomaly compared to the rest. I'm not a huge fan of the movie as a whole, but the character has an aesthetic that's interesting and inspiring. Obviously Bowie can make anything cool, but the story behind Thomas was something I enjoyed, and that amazing red hair had to be captured."

Size: 12x16"

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Price: $50

Poster Title: "I know I'm human."

From the artist, Mike Mitchell:

"I wanted to do a Kurt Russell portrait, and I had a really hard time figuring out which one to do. Snake Plissken is amazing and so is Jack Burton, but in the end I went with MacReady because it allowed me a chance to do something different. There was also a severe lack of awesome beards in the show, and he helps fill that void. The beard void."

Size: 12x16"

Price: $50

Poster Title: "How do you plead?"

From the artist, Mike Mitchell:

"I had already started working on the show when we watched Dredd and I knew within 10 minutes that I was going to have to include him. He's just so iconicly badass and the movie sort of slipped under the radar. I wanted to show my appreciation for what I thought was a totally original and refreshing movie, and Karl Urban's performance."

Size: 12x16"

Price: $50