Check Out Mondo's Beautiful Posters For Flash Gordon, Ant-Man And More

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Hope you haven’t already paid your July rent—because Mondo has another batch of beautiful posters for sale, both online and as exclusives at San Diego Comic-Con. Check out Flash Gordon, The Day the Earth Stood Still and Ant-Man posters, plus Aliens and Superman: The Animated Series vinyls.

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The Flash Gordon, above, is by artist Kilian Eng. It’s a 24 x 36 inch screenprint in an edition of 300. It’ll cost $50 and go on sale Thursday, July 2. The other poster that goes on sale tomorrow is the one pictured below, The Day the Earth Stood Still by Methane Studios. The poster is an 18 x 24 inch screenprint edition of 150. It costs $40.

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Mondo has also revealed the first of its San Diego Comic-Con exclusives. There’s a foil variant edition of an Ant-Man poster by Kevin Tong (the regular will go on sale online), vinyls of the scores to Aliens (with art by Kilian Eng) and Superman: The Animated Series (with art by Phantom City Creative). These will all be available at booth 835 at Comic-Con.

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Illustration for article titled Check Out Mondos Beautiful Posters For iFlash Gordon/i, iAnt-Man/i And More
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Head to this link to read more about Thursday’s posters and here for the Comic-Con stuff, including some new toys. Mondo will have more exclusives at the event too.

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Ah, Flash Gordon. The film (and Brian Blessed’s thighs) kicked my nascent puberty into a vague but intrigued start. Not too long after, David Bowie appeared in Labyrinth and fully catapulted me and a great many others in my generation into officially frenzied and churning hormones. Then at last I turned 15 and saw Bruce Campbell in Evil Dead for the first time and finally, FINALLY, I understood what the big deal was about boys.

In retrospect, I really should have known how my dating life would develop.

(PS Campbell and I became good friends years later. If you hit the Wayback Machine to see his site circa 2000, you can find two of the essays he asked me to write for him. They aren’t very good but I was so tickled he asked. Then came the harrowing years as neighbours, when I learned he likes to take people bowling to humiliate them. He could bowl professionally, frequently doing breakdance backspins every time he got several strikes in a row. Meanwhile, I bowled an 85 in someone else’s lane. Jesus.)

...yeah, I think I need that Flash Gordon poster. Thank you for the link.