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Mondo San Diego Comic-Con 2022 Exclusives [July 18]

Collectible powerhouse Mondo is no stranger to San Diego Comic-Con, having cemented themselves as one of the hottest purveyors of exclusive screen printed posters, vinyl records, action figures, apparel and enamel pins.

After a recently announced acquisition by Funko, Mondo is making the leap over to the other side of the convention center, to booth #5137, as part of their “Funkoville” campus.

[UPDATE] We have confirmed with Mondo that because they are now part of the Online Exclusives Portal lottery, rather than doing their traditional drops spread throughout the day, Mondo will be releasing that day’s specific items at once each morning. That means that for those waiting to fill out the lottery to choose a time, new releases are happening daily, so each day there will be new product available at the start of the show, plus any remaining products from prior day(s).

The Mondo booth also be open to the public each day after the exclusive time slots are complete, usually at 3pm PT each day (not including Preview Night). The booth will be open to the public at 11:30AM PT on Sunday, July 24, as well.

Here is a day-by-day breakdown of the Mondo releases and events, please see the schedule on Mondo’s website for any updates or change:

Wednesday, July 20

  • 100% Soft They Live Dumpster Fire (booth & online)
  • Joker 1/6 Scale Joker Figure SDCC Exclusive Version/Regular Version (online only)
  • Batman 1/6 Scale Batman Figure (Redux) (online only)
  • Masters of the Universe: Revelations by Florian Bertmer (booth only)
  • Masters of the Universe: Revelations Soundtrack (booth only)
  • Masters of the Universe: Revelations Skeletor (online only)
  • Jet Jaguar Soft Vinyl (booth)
  • Tom Whalen Godzilla vs Biollante (booth)

Thursday, July 21

  • 100% Soft They Live (booth & online)
  • Charles Schultz Peanuts Rainy Day (booth & online)
  • Tula Lotay Black Widow (booth & online)
  • Shang Chi Soundtrack (booth only)
  • Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla 2 Soundtrack (booth only)
  • Jason Edmiston Little Godzilla (booth)
  • Mike Sutfin Hedorah Anatomy (booth & online)
  • Jet Jaguar Soft Vinyl (online)
  • Biollante Soft Vinyl (online)

Friday, July 22

  • Akiko Stehrenberger The Batman (booth & online)
  • The Batman Soundtrack (booth only)
  • Batman Returns Soundtrack (online)
  • Craig Drake Cowboy Bebop (booth & online)
  • Doom Patrol Soundtrack (booth only)
  • Phantom City Creative Suicide Squad (booth & online)
  • Yuko Shimizu Primordial (booth only)
  • Man-Thing (Pen & Ink SDCC Variant) Soft Vinyl Figure (online only)
  • Attack Peter Godzilla vs Takoro Linocut (booth)

Saturday, July 23

  • Christine Lee Back to the Future (booth & online)
  • Martin Ansin Creature From the Black Lagoon (booth & online
  • Mobius Silver Surfer (booth & online)
  • Murugiah Dune (booth & online)
  • Dune Soundtrack & Dune Sketchbook (booth only)
  • Ghidorah the Three Headed Monster (online & booth)


  • Tula Lotay (Black Widow print) – Thursday, July 21 at 9am

{UPDATE July 18]

I09 has the details on a bunch of Godzilla related items for San Diego Comic-Con.

This will be the first-ever vinyl release of Akira Ifukube’s soundtrack from the 1993 epic Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II and the San Diego Comic-Con exclusive will have a spot varnished die-cut sleeve with a full-color gatefold jacket and ‘Mega-Buster vs Heat Ray’ vinyl with a screen print on Side D. This record is limited to 2000 copies and available only at the Mondo booth on Thursday, July 21 for $45.

Only 400 of these Jet Jaguar Cherry Blossom Glow-in-the-Dark Vinyl Figures will be available, either at Mondo’s Comic-Con booth beginning Wednesday, July 20 and online on Thursday, July 21 for $95.

Tom Whalen’s Godzilla vs Biollante will release on Wednesday, July 20 at the Mondo booth, #5137. It is limited to 150 copies and will be $85. 

Biollante also has a Cherry Blossom Glow-in-the-Dark figure. This one will only be available online at MondoShop on Thursday, July 21 for $125. 

Hedorah the Smog Monster is an edition of 220 by Mike Sutfin will be available online only on Thursday, July 21 for $50, with an orange variant at the Mondo booth at SDCC the same day.

The Jason Edmiston portrait of Little Godzilla will be an edition of 175 for $45, available at the Mondo Booth on Thursday, July 21.

Attack Peter’s character Takoro will be battling Godzilla on this print, limited to 120 copies for $100 at the Mondo Booth, #5137 on Friday, July 22. 

Kim Jung-Gi will have two version of this Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster print.  A white version is $100 and limited to 220 copies, available online at MondoShop and the sepia vintage tinted version will be at the Mondo booth for $150, limited to 120 copies. Both will be released on Saturday, July 23. 

[UPDATE July 15]

Collider has our first look at Mondo’s Masters of the Universe: Revelations collection, starting with a stunner of a print by Florian Bertmer. This 24″ x 26″ screenprint will be available Wednesday, July 20 from the Mondo booth, # 5137 for $55. It is an edition of 220.

Also on Wednesday, July 20, you can get the Masters of the Universe: Revelation – Volume 1 Netflix Original Series Soundtrack. This is a 2 LP set with music by Bear McCreary and artwork by Florian Bertmer featuring a limited Pop-Up gatefold for $50. 


And lastly, the Masters of the Universe: Revelations – Skeletor 1/6 Scale Figure SDCC Exclusive. Available as a limited edition for $220 in an edition of 2000. Sculpting by May Thamtarana, paint by Mark Bristow and Hilary Arce. Packaging art by Florian Bertmer.


[UPDATE July 14]

The Wrap has exclusively reveals Mondo’s plans for the DC Universe during San Diego Comic-Con.

First up Phantom City Creative’s is honoring James Gunn’s 2021 film The Suicide Squad. The Starro Variant is an edition of 120 is 24″ x 36″ and will be available at the Mondo booth, #5137, on Friday, July 22 for $75.

For those playing along at home, the regular 24”x36” screenprint will be available online at MondoShop.Com on Friday, July 22 in an edition of 250 for $50.

Additionally, Mondo will have a booth exclusive vinyl for the HBO Max series Doom Patrol. The Season One Original Television Soundtrack by Clint Mansell and Kevin Kiner is limited to 500 copies of this SDCC exclusive “Super Zeroes” colorway for $45. You’ll be able to pick it up on Friday, July 22 at booth #5137.


[UPDATE July 13 #2]

Calling all you Cowboy Bebop fans. has the reveal on new pieces for Mondo.

There are two 24″ x 36″ prints for Cowboy Bebop, as illustrated by artist Craig Drake. The first is a white variant that will be available for $60 in a limited run of 270 on MondoShop.Com on Friday, July 22.

The black variant of the print will be heading to San Diego Comic-Con, and will be available for $85 on Friday, July 22. It’s a limited edition run of 150.

[UPDATE July 13]

CONSUME. OBEY. And you certainly will want to with these 100% Soft They Live prints and Dumpster Fire, releasing at San Diego Comic-Con, revealed by Fangoria.

This They Live (Variant) print by 100% Soft is a 36″ x 24″ screenprint in an edition of 120 and will feature metallic and glow-in-the-dark inks for $75. You can find it at the Mondo booth, #5137, on Thursday, July 21. 

The regular version, without metallic or glow-in-the-dark inks, is an edition of 220 for $50 and will release online at on Thursday, July 21. 

On Wednesday, July 20, both the Mondo booth and MondoShop.Com will have a brand new They Live Dumpster Fire, also by 100% Soft, for $35.

[UPDATE #2 – July 12]

Here are the new Mondo San Diego Comic-Con exclusives thanks to Nerdist.

First, we have a trio of  24″ x 36″ prints for Creature From the Black Lagoon by legendary and celebrated artist Martin Ansin. The first version is an edition of 300 and will be available for $50 on MondoShop.Com on Saturday, July 23. 

Also available on Saturday, July 23 online at will be the Silver Screen variant, and edition of 170 for $75.

The foil variant of this print is an edition of 120 for $100 and can be purchased at the Mondo Booth, #5137 on Saturday, July 23. 

Moving on to a different fandom, Mondo will release a pair of Peanuts prints by Charles Schultz. This first screenprint is 24”x17” an edition of 170 will be released online on Thursday, July 21 at for $50.

For the Peanuts fans attending the convention, you can find this 24″ x 18″ version at the Mondo Booth, #5137, on Thursday, July 21. This edition runs 170 and will be $50. 

Artist Christine Lee will have a pair of Back to the Future prints. The first 18”x24” screenprint is an edition of 250 and will be released online at for $50 on Saturday, July 23.

The Mondo Booth, #5137 will have the variant, a foil print that is also 18”x24”, in an edition of 120 for $70 on Saturday, July 23.

And finally, celebrating Jeff Lemire’s Image Comic book Primordial, we have a 24″ x 36″ screenprint from Yuko Shimizu in an edition of 150 for $50. You’ll be able to find this at the Mondo Booth, #5137, on Friday, July 22.


[UPDATE July 12]

Our newest reveal for Mondo comes from SlashFilm and the dry and dusty world of Arrakis, with releases celebrating Dune. First up is a beautiful 24″ x 36 print for Dune by artist Murugiah. A variant foil version will be available at the Mondo booth, #5137, on Saturday, July 23, in a run of 120 with a retail price of $100.

The standard version of the print will be available on the same day at MondoShop.Com in an edition of 270 for $60.


Mondo will also be bringing exclusive reissues of the sold out Dune Soundtrack and Dune Sketchbook, both with brand new vinyl colors ways. Both records will be available at the Mondo booth on Saturday, July 23.

The Dune Soundtrack is the original motion picture soundtrack with two LPs, featuring music by Hans Zimmer, and artwork by Greg Ruth in a numbered edition release of only only 500 for $40.


The Dune Sketchbook is a three LP release featuring the work of Hans Zimmer and artwork by Greg Ruth. This San Diego Comic-Con exclusive color vinyl is also a numbered edition of 500 and will run $50.

[UPDATE July 8]

Thanks to our friends at Mashable, we can see that Comic-Con is getting even more “Marvelous” with these newly revealed Mondo exclusives. San Diego Comic-Con Special guest Tula Lotay will have a pair of Black Widow prints at San Diego Comic-Con. A black-and-white version will be sold online via the Mondo Shop in an edition of 250 for $50 on Thursday, July 21. The red-and-black variant is exclusive to the Mondo booth, #5137, for $75 in an edition of 120. 

Mondo will also have a pair of iconic Silver Surfer posters featuring art by French artist Jean “Moebius” Giraud. You’ll have to go online to get the “keyline” version, available for $70 on Saturday, July 23 in a edition of 100. The Mondo booth will have the full color edition, also on Saturday, July 23 for $50 in an edition of 225.

A third variant for Mondo’s Man-Thing figure is also being released. This “Pen and Ink SDCC Exclusive” version of the 12″ figure will only be online at MondoShop.Com for $275 in an edition of 125. 

And finally, Mondo will have a new SDCC exclusive version of their Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings soundtrack with a grey record and a red record. This soundtrack is available at the Mondo booth only for $40 in an edition of 500 on Thursday, July 21.

[UPDATE July 7]

Everything’s coming up Batman! Thanks to IGN we now have a look at some of the items that Mondo will be bringing with them. 

First, we have a pair of posters from Akiko Stehrenberger celebrating The Batman releasing on Friday, July 22. The first version is 24″ x 36″ and an edition of 150. This version is exclusive to the Mondo booth, #5137, for $50.

The second version, available online at, is also 24″ x 36″ and an edition of 150 for $50.

We also have the long awaited re-issue of the sold out vinyl soundtrack of the Michael Giacchino’s score for The Batman. This colorway is exclusive to SDCC, is an edition of 500 and will be housed in a foil stamped envelope for $50. Available at the Mondo booth, #5137 on Friday, July 22. 

For the Batman: The Animated Series fans, there are two deluxe 1/6 scale figures. The very first for Mark Hamill’s iconic Joker features a bundle of accessories, including 12 inter-changeable hands. This limited edition figure will run $235, and is limited to 1,000 pieces.

A regular version will be available for $220.

The second figure is a brand new version of the previously sold out Batman with multiple accessories and runs $220.

Both figures will be available Friday, July 22 online at

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