Marvel, Mondo, and SDCC Team-Up For SDCC 2018

Posted by May 31, 2018 Comment

Marvel is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the MCU this year, and both SDCC and Mondo are going to help them. In collaboration with each other, Mondo has produced a new poster that will also be used as the front cover of this years SDCC 2018 souvenir magazine. Done by frequent Mondo/Marvel artist Matt Taylor, the image shows builds from the middle up and is jam-packed with heroes and villains, working back down to Cap’s shield. The cover is below.

That is not all however: this will also be made available as a limited edition print as well. Limited to just 1,000 copies, each will be signed by the artists and numbered. You will have to show interest in an online purchase by random drawing. If you have a Comic-Con ID, log in tomorrow through June 7th to show interest in purchasing a poster. Here is the poster.

Comic-Con is pleased to have partnered with Mondo for our 2018 Souvenir Book cover, which features the 10th anniversary of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, illustrated by artist Matt Taylor. New this year, we are excited to release the Souvenir Book cover as an exclusive print!

The 8-color, silkscreen print is 24” wide by 36” tall, presented on 100 lb. paper, and is of the highest quality. Each print is numbered by the printer, and signed by the artist!

Because there is a limited amount of prints, they will only be made available to purchase online via a random selection process. Only those with a Comic-Con 2018 attendee badge associated with their Comic-Con Member ID account are eligible to participate. You must also be age 13 or older to participate. Eligible attendees may submit interest beginning June 1, 2018. The deadline to submit interest in purchasing a Mondo print is June 7, 2018 at 12:00 PM (noon) PDT. Log in to your Member ID account then select the “Exclusives” tab to load the Exclusives Portal to submit interest!

As an exciting and special note, a predesignated amount of the print-run will be reserved for fundraising for the forthcoming Comic-Con museum in San Diego’s Balboa Park.

Previous Mondo prints have sold out instantly online. This is the first-ever print Comic-Con has offered for purchase, and it is sure to be an amazing collector’s item. We strongly encourage eligible members to submit interest well before the deadline.

 

(Last Updated May 31, 2018 9:19 pm )

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