Mondo San Diego Comic-Con 2016 Exclusives and Details [UPDATE July 19]

The popular licensed print company Mondo has begun announcing its plans for San Diego Comic-Con 2016. Its sought-after limited posters and amazing vinyl records generally create hysteria among fans and collectors when the “drops” (when the posters are available for purchase) are announced.

You can find Mondo at Booth #835 on the show floor – and you can also score an exclusive Mondo poster by attending the Call of Duty panel on Thursday. As always, Mondo will tweet out when the items are available, so plan to keep them on your social media alerts, and to book it.

For now, let’s take a look at what Mondo is bringing to SDCC:

[UPDATE July 19]

Birth. Movies. Death. has the scoop on two more of Mondo’s San Diego Comic-Con exclusive posters – the first of which is “Admiral Ackbar” by Mike Mitchell, and is a 12×16 limited edition of 270, which will retail for $55.

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The second is also by Mike Mitchell, called “21B”. It’s a 12×16 giclee print, limited to 270 pieces, and will retail for $55. No word yet on which day(s) these will drop.

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[UPDATE July 18 #2]

Mondo isn’t done yet with their San Diego Comic-Con exclusives, and Germain Lussier over at io9 has the details on the next batch, which includes three Marvel posters. The first, an Ant-Man poster by Ken Taylor, will have a variant exclusive only at the show (with the regular version going on sale to the public online at a later date). The 36″x24″ variant is limited to 175 pieces, and will retail for $75 when it’s released on Friday.


Then, there will be two Captain America prints exclusive to San Dieg Comic-Con. The first is by Rory Kurtz. The 24″x36″ poster is a limited edition of 350, and will retail for $50 when released on Saturday.


And finally, Stan and Vince have done a 24″x36″ variant poster for Captain America: The First Avenger. The regular version will also be released online at a later date. The Comic-Con edition is limited to 175 pieces, and will retail for $75 when it releases on Thursday.


You can read more on io9.

[UPDATE July 18]

To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Castlevania franchise, Nerdist is reporting that Mondo have created a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Castlevania 10″ vinyl half red/half grey pressing of the soundtrack. The packaging was designed by Becky Cloonan.

There will also be a regular retail version (with a grey and black splatter) available through their webstore, but the SDCC version is limited to just 1,000 copies. It will retail for $20 and release on Preview Night.

[UPDATE July 15]

Entertainment Weekly has the details on Mondo’s next round of Comic-Con exclusives, which include a stunning Star Wars print collaboration with Acme Archives and Jock, featuring the iconic garbage chute scene from Star Wars: A New Hope. A limited portion of the prints will be available at Acme Archive’s booth, and Jock will be on hand to sign copies of the print at Mondo’s booth on Friday, July 22 at 3PM.

The 36″x24″ poster is a limited edition of 275, and will retail for $80 when it’s released on Friday.


They’ll also be bringing a 9″ Adventure Time collectible statue of Marceline the Vampire Queen, who even comes equipped with her Hambo doll.


Additionally, they’ll have X-Men collectible pins from Tom Whalen, available for $10 each (will release on Preview Night).


No word yet on prices, but you can read more on EW’s site.

[UPDATE July 13 #2]

Mondo is honoring the 8-bit history of Capcom’s iconic Blue Bomber with a set of Mega Man pins. The 1.25″ high soft enamel pins are based off the in-game 8-bit models, and feature packaging designed by Jay Shaw.

There are three pins, sold individually at Mondo Booth #835, for $10 each, and will release on Preview Night:

  • Blue Bomber enamel pin
  • Mega Man 1UP enamel pin
  • E-Tank Enamel Pin

Here’s a look at the pins:


Blue Bomber enamel pin (Mega Man mid-jump)
Blue Bomber enamel pin (Mega Man mid-jump)
Mega Man 1UP enamel pin
Mega Man 1UP enamel pin
E-Tank Enamel Pin
E-Tank Enamel Pin

[UPDATE July 13] Oh My Disney revealed the next Mondo debut at San Diego Comic-Con, a series of Inside Out 7″ vinyl records and prints. There will be a total of six 7″ vinyl records featuring the emotions and Riley. There will be five prints featuring just the emotions using the art from the records.

Each of the records will have the main theme (“Bundle of Joy”) and an additional track from Giacchino’s flawless score for the Disney•Pixar classic, as well as exclusive artwork from Phantom City Creative that plays off a classic album cover (including: Isaac Hayes’ Joy, Hole’s Live Through This, Joni Mitchell’s Blue, and the Smashing Pumpkins’ Siamese Dream). Also, each album will have an exclusive colorway that goes along with whatever character it’s associated with. Joy and Sadness are limited to 2500 pieces,  Fear, Disgust, and Anger are 1500 pieces, and Riley is limited to just 500; although all of them will cost $15 each. They will release on Preview Night.

Additionally, five of the album covers (all of the emotions–sorry Riley!) will be turned into exclusive prints from Oh My Disney, Mondo, and Cyclops Print Works. They will have a run size of only 420; 200 will be on sale at San Diego Comic-Con at the Mondo booth #835 and the rest will be on sale at the Cyclops Print Works website at a later date. They measure 18″ x 24″ and will be $45 each (and will also release on Preview Night).


[UPDATE July 8] AV Club just revealed the first of Mondo’s San Diego Comic-Con offerings, which will be an early debut of the Over the Garden Wall vinyl release (albeit in variant coloring).

The 180 Gram “Gram Beast” colored vinyl will feature 32 tracks of songs and score from Over the Garden Wall, the 2014 beloved miniseries from Cartoon Network. The album will also come with a 20-page booklet with lyrics from every song and sheet music. The album will be available nation-wide in August in different coloring, but Comic-Con attendees can get it first. The SDCC exclusive version is limited to 1,000 pieces and will retail for $25, and release on Preview Night.

From the Mondo blog, here’s a look:

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