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Bring home Tony Stark, with this amazing Avengers art print!

Illustration for article titled Bring home Tony Stark, with this amazing emAvengers/em art print!

Iron Man started this Marvel movie craze, and he's still one of the top reasons to be excited about The Avengers. And now you can celebrate the most metal of the Avengers, with this Mondo art print going on sale Friday.

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We're stoked to bring you an exclusive first look at Mondo's tribute to Tony Stark — check out the whole thing below.

The Avengers is already hitting theaters in Europe, but for Americans who have to wait until next week, there's a consolation prize. Mondo's creating art posters for all seven of the movie's heroes, and they're being revealed on various sites across the web right now.

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The poster below features Iron Man, and it's the work of artist Kevin Tong. It's a 24" by 36 " screen print, and the limited edition of 345 copies goes for $45 each. There's also a variant edition available, with a run of 120 copies, going for $75. To find out when the poster goes on sale Friday 4/27, you have to follow @MondoNews on Twitter. (These things tend to sell out within minutes.)

Check out both versions here:

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Illustration for article titled Bring home Tony Stark, with this amazing emAvengers/em art print!

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Illustration for article titled Bring home Tony Stark, with this amazing emAvengers/em art print!
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When I was looking around for more information on this series after it was initially announced, I was a bit surprised to see the amount of hate on for Mondo. I know it's the world, and it's the internet, and people hate stuff, but the resentment against this company for being a) too hip and b) artificially manipulative of the market was startling.

I do get the issue on b), because, fuck just print as many as people want, will you? The artificially induced collectors market is freaking annoying. But the number of people who cited a) as a valid reason to be pissed at a company (I don't like red track pants either, but come on—it's just a company, run by people you wouldn't socialise with—what do you want from your companies? quality hanging out time?) was OTT, even for fandom.