Lots of people say they’re children of the ‘80, but I’m of the belief that isn’t true unless you know The Monster Squad. Fred Dekker’s under-appreciated 1987 monster mash-up remains a worthy cult classic and Mondo is about to pay tribute in an awesome way.
Excellent poster-makers and awesome vinyl distributors Mondo have slowly been getting into the action figure market recently—and while their recent “Original Turtle” figure was pretty damn amazing, this latest figure takes it to a whole new level.
When Mike Mignola first imagined Hellboy nearly 25 years ago, the demon was a little bit different to what we now know as the iconic character. But now Mondo are taking that original artwork and turning it into an awesome figure — one that looks just like the original artwork.
Back when Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird first laid out their plans for what would become the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Eastman sketched out a slightly dopey, nunchaku-wielding turtle on a napkin. That original drawing, right down to the inky shading, has become an incredible looking figure.
Tyler Stout has a reputation for awesomely classy pop culture posters - and his first of 2015 is no exception, as a beautiful celebration of all things Alien.
It's a testament to Brad Bird's skills as a storyteller that The Iron Giant still holds a soft spot in the hearts of countless fans, even if the animated film wasn't as big a blockbuster as Bird's later Pixar efforts. And if you've got an extra $300 lying around, you can finally bring home your own version of the Iron…
We've got an exclusive video of The Iron Giant director Brad Bird playing with Mondo's Iron Giant Delux Figure. And the music combined with the Giant's face is just... eep... we... mustn't cry... Oh dear, here we go.
It's nearly time to say goodbye to Peter Jackson's take on Middle-Earth - but at least we get to celebrate with some delightful new posters from Mondo, available tomorrow!
I mean, sure, you could be out there with thousands of others fighting over discounted TVs and whatnot, but why not stay in where it's nice and warm and admire Laurent Durieux's latest lovely work for Mondo?
After a series of smaller, character-themed Vinyl records based on Batman The Animated Series earlier this year, the fine folks over at Mondo are back with an even fancier Vinyl record inspired by the Dark Knight - cut into the shape of the Bat Emblem.
Last week we brought you a snippet of some of the lovely artwork on display at Mondo for Batman's 75th Anniversary - but now that the Gallery has opened to the public, the poster company has revealed every print from the project online for us all to see, and there's art for every kind of Bat-fan.
When Mondo revealed they were getting into the Toy business back at SDCC this year, I don't think anyone expected one of their first figures to be this adorable - but lo and behold, here we are with this lovely take on TMNT's Michaelangelo. My teeth are hurting just looking at him!
Guardians of the Galaxy's licensed soundtrack is as awesome as its name - and because of that, it's vastly popular. It's about to get even more retro-cool however with the announcement that it's coming to Vinyl early next year, complete with sumptuous cover sleeve art by Tyler Stout.
Yes, Mondo - those beloved makers of gorgeous posters - have their very own convention coming up this weekend in Texas. Alongside a bevy of panels, the company will also be screen-printing a set of posters live over the weekend, exclusively for Convention goers.
The Gadget: The Mint 220 Digital Music Station, which acts both as an iPod dock, but also as a wireless speaker system that syncs via USB dongle to your Mac or PC. Comes with wireless remote and uses the 2.4GHz spectrum to beam music up to 45 feet/15 meters.
It's not an entry proper in our Battlemodo iPod Dock Bracket, but it's a worthy contender nonetheless. It's an iPod Dock with two bookshelf-quality speakers, which can take in audio input from the iPod, a USB connection or line in (a Zune). It even has a separate wireless iPod dock that can stream music from up to 100…