It's always interesting to see what Mondo posters are still hanging around since most of them sell out within seconds. For whatever reason one of their coolest releases is still available, this Dead Ringers print by Sara Deck. I guess it's because Dead Ringers isn't the most popular David Cronenberg movie because this print is off the charts great. If you haven't seen the movie, fix that mistake, and then you'll probably want to own this print. 24x36, limited edition of 325.
This is another Mondo print that's still buyable, this time from popular artist Tom Whalen who took a stab at Mary and the Witch's Flower, a movie put out by the Ghibli off-shoot Studio Ponoc. I once again must assume it's because the subject material isn't as well-known because this is another great example of an artist doing their signature work. The print measures 24x36 and is limited to 300 pieces.
Also still available from Mondo is this Powerpuff Girls print from Dave Perillo. A couple of notes here. Due to licensing mumbo jumbo you can only have this shipped within the US and it doesn't ship until January so it won't be delivered in time to be under the tree. If you don't mind those two things then have at it! 18x24, limited to 200 prints.
Celebrate Reclamation Day in style with this 18x24 print direct from Bethesda. Reproduced faithfully from a similar poster seen in Fallout 76, but you don't need to farm for materials or collect caps. Pre-War Money will do just fine.
Kevin Wilson (aka Ape Meets Girl) made this straight up gorgeous Halloween print for Hero Complex Gallery. Notice the little Michael Myers in the Jack-O-Lantern's eye socket. There's gonna be a few Halloween prints in the guide thanks to HCG doing a pretty great Halloween show in support of the 2018 resequelboot. There's a lot of great stuff, but this one is my favorite. Don't tell the others! 36x24, limited edition of 350.
From Mark W. Richards comes this print titled The Boogeyman Is Real. One of the most striking images from John Carpenter's original movie for me has always been the blank-faced child demasked at the beginning, so I dig that he's the centerpiece of this print. This giclee is limited to 100 pieces and measures 18x24.
And the last Halloween print on the Guide this year (but far from the last horror print!), Matt Ryan Tobin's kinda beautiful piece called This Isn't A Man. Myers' mask dissolving into fall leaves is a pretty fantastic take on the iconography of one of the most famous horror movies of all time. Plus you can make a few dozen Thanos jokes when you pass it in the hall. “Dr. Loomis, I don't feel too good...” 18x24, limited to 350 pieces.
This is Vance Kelly's take on The Lost Boys called Be One Of Us. It has all the vampire mullets you can ever need on display, although I am disappointed by the lack of Frog Brothers representation. Can't have everything, I guess, but this is such a baller print who cares? 24x36, LE of 325.
I dig this Crow screenprint by Rhys Cooper. This is the Noir Variant put out by Hero Complex in a limited edition run of only 150 pieces, measuring 24x36.
A great pop culture print has to evoke the feeling of the movie its representing and Luke Preece's Karate Kid print does just that. I think the Ralph Macchio likeness is a tad off, but I love what he did with the movie's key images and how he arranged them in this one. Another Hero Complex Gallery screenprint, limited to 150 pieces measuring 24x36.
Stand By Me is one of my all-time favorite movies. I've loved it since I was a small kid (I still remember my mom hemming and hawing over whether or not to let me watch it because of the language, but thankfully she relented) and have had the pleasure of introducing it to my nephews who are about the age I was when I first saw it. This is a lovely screenprint from Hero Complex and artist Barret Chapman. Limited to 375 pieces, measuring 24x36.
Another childhood favorite was, of course, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure and this is a great screenprint from Matt Ryan Tobin that captures the insanity and childlike wonder of that film, showing everything from the mattress label cutting criminal to the Alamo (minus basement) and even big Andy (“Andy!!!”) popping out of the imagination of Mr. Pee-Wee Herman himself. Great print. Limited to 450 pieces, measuring the standard 24x36.
Another great piece from Kevin M. Wilson (aka Ape Meets Girl), this one showing off Jareth, the babe with the power and all the goblins of Goblin City in a screenprint titled Slime and Snails (I guess Puppy Dog Tails is the next print in line) from Hero Complex Gallery. Measures 24x36, limited to 350.
Superman: The Movie still stands as one of the best superhero movies ever made, even 40 years after it came out. This print by Rich Davies is pretty awesome, too, really capturing the vibe of the film in giclee form. Measures 24x36 and is limited to 250.
Keeping the Rich Davies superhero print train rolling, here's his take on Guillermo del Toro's Hellboy. Another quality job by Mr. Davies. This giclee comes in 24x36 and limited to 250 pieces.
This romantic print featuring the Merc with a mouth and his sweet baboo is tastefully titled Balls In Holes... They're playing skee-ball, you sickos! From popular pop culture poster artist Craig Drake, this screenprint is 24x36 and is limited to 275 pieces.
Here's another Craig Drake, this time his take on The Fifth Element's Leeloo Dallas (multipass). Screenprinted with fluorescent inks, this 24x36 print is limited to 300 pieces, but still available at Hero Complex Gallery's shop.
Despite what you may have heard, Snake Plisskin is alive and well and celebrated in this rad screenprint from artist James Rheem Davis. Printed with metallic inks, this A#1 bad boy measures 24x36 and is limited to only 60 pieces, so act fast if you dig it.
I love it when these cool prints make use of their unique paper size. Yvan Quinet has a series of these 12x36 long horizontal prints, two of which made this guide. First up is this one from Akira. This giclee is limited to only 75 pieces
Here's the other horizontal Yvan Quinet piece, this one making great use of Mel Gibson's beat up face from The Road Warrior. “On the Road Again” measures 36x12 and is limited to 75 total giclees.
One of my favorite moments from the very first Predator film is when Arnold Schwarzenegger gets all psycho and scream-challenges the Predator for one final confrontation. That moment is immortalized in this giclee from artist Casey Callender. It was one of Hero Complex Gallery's NYCC debuts, but you can still get one on their site. Limited edition of 250 and the standard 24x36.
I'm a big fan of last year's IT, so when I saw Mark W. Richards' screen print showing off Dat Boi (TM Scott Wampler) Pennywise and the Losers Club I knew I had to include it here. It's 18x24 and limited to 200 pieces.
Great Odin's Raven, an Anchorman print! Another one from Kevin M. Wilson, this fantastic screen print is guaranteed to impress guests in your house. 60% of the time it works every time! Limited to 250 pieces, measuring 24x36.
Marko Manev knocked this one out of the park. Created for WonderCon, you can still grab one of his No Country For Old Men screen prints, friendo. 24x36 and limited to 325 pieces.
On the surface this is simply a neat Pulp Fiction print, but Kevin M. Wilson did something pretty fun here. Yes, that's Butch about to get some revenge on some hillbilly rapists, but notice the items in the pawn shop are all nods to other Tarantino or Tarantino-related films. I spotted stuff from Kill Bill, Inglourious Basterds, Jackie Brown, From Dusk Till Dawn, Django and Death Proof. Cool idea, very well executed. Limited Edition of 350, measuring the standard 24x36.
This is another Easter Egg-filled Screen Print, this time from Vance Kelly. It's called Sci-Fi Cantina and is chock full of aliens from all over the movie spectrum. From Critters to Star Wars and Star Trek and Galaxy Quest and even Enemy Mine, there's gotta be at least 2 dozen awesome sci-fi icons represented here. 24x36, limited to 550 pieces.
Couldn't let this section wind down without including Porgs. You guys know where I'm coming from here, I'm sure. This giclee is being offered up by Acme Archives from artist Cliff Cramp. It measures a weird 19x13 and is limited to 150 hand-numbered pieces.
The Porgs aren't the only Last Jedi print in the guide. No siree, Bob. There's this beaut showing the Millennium Falcon on Luke's lonely island, complete with his X-Wing gathering seaweed on the bottom of the ocean floor. This is another Acme giclee, limited to 125 hand-numbered pieces. It measures 13x19.
Here's one for you Star Wars fans who for some damn reason have a bug up your butt about The Last Jedi. Here's Vader in all his glory, brought to life by artist Christopher Clark. Limited edition giclee, measuring 17x22 and limited to only 77 pieces.
Captured here is the moment when the world completely fell in love with BB-8, courtesy once again of Christopher Clark who did the Vader piece above. “Thumbs Up” is a giclee on canvas measuring 14x21 and hand-signed and numbered by the artist.
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Alex Ross' photo-real art style has been a personal favorite of mine going back to when his work for Marvels blew my young mind. Here is his take on The Iron Giant in his big “Superman” moment. I tear up just looking at it. Sideshow has the limited print. Sadly the print-only version is sold out, but they still have an even more limited framed version available. It's significantly more expensive, but at least it comes with a nice frame. The paper size is 17x26 and it comes signed by Ross himself. Limited to only 100 pieces.
I had a couple Craig Drake prints above, but how about an original. Ooooo, fancy, I know. And what a piece to have if you have a big enough bank account. Achieved using Gauache and Ink, this 20x30 original piece shows off Alex DeLarge himself from Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. Of course the piece is signed by Drake and it's also framed by the artist as well. Pretty badass, isn't it?
Here's a more affordable original art piece, a quite striking Kill Bill painting achieved with Acrylics on canvas by artist Tony Hodgkinson. It's a pretty decent sized piece, measuring 14x18. At this price it's a steal.
Finally here's another original piece. Accomplished with oils on wood by artist Bennett Slater, this colorful, trippy ode to Pokemon past and present is sure to tickle the nostalgia center of just about any millennial's brain. It's expensive, but it's pretty big (18x24) and comes framed by the artist.