Can You Solve The Mystery Hidden In Mondo’s EVIL UNDER THE SUN Poster?

Black Dragon Press X Mondo's latest collaboration asks you to embrace your inner Poirot.

Disclosure: Mondo and BMD are owned by the Alamo Drafthouse.

Here's a fun thing: Mondo and Black Dragon Press' latest collaboration is a print for Agatha Christie's Evil Under The Sun, and - as was the case with BDP's previous Christie-related releases - the resulting poster actually contains a mystery you can solve from the comfort of your couch!

Of course you can just buy the print on its own when it drops next Tuesday (details below), but wouldn't it be more fun to play detective? Take a look at this and see if you notice anything...suspicious.

Evil Under the Sun by Johnny Dombrowski
24" x 36" hand-pulled screen print
270gsm Mohawk Superfine Ultrawhite paper
Hand numbered. Gallery stamp on the reverse.
Printed by White Duck Editions (UK)
Limited edition of 110
£45/$60

Spot anything unusual? Think you've got what it takes to crack the case? Well, here's what you need to do to enter:

"For your chance to win a copy you will need to put your detective hat on and find the EIGHT clues hidden in the poster. Once you think you have them all e-mail your answers to [email protected] with "EUTS clues" in the subject line. Don't worry if you don't get them all first time around, you can enter as many times as you want. The first person to find all EIGHT - or the person with the most correct answers - by the time the posters go on sale will win a FREE COPY of the poster."

Speaking of the posters going on sale: Dombrowski's Evil Under The Sun print will be available for purchase this coming Tuesday. Those of you based in the US can pick up copies of the print from Mondo's site at a random time, while UK fans can pick up their copies via the Black Dragon Press website at 5PM (UK time) the same day. If you're trying to win a copy of the print by channeling your inner Poirot, you have until Tuesday (5PM UK time) to get your answers emailed over to the address listed above. 

I've been combing over this thing for about 20 minutes and have found a few of the clues, but I'm stuck on rounding up anything near eight of them. See what you can come up with, and be ready on Tuesday with your answers or your Paypal account to claim your own copy of Dombrowski's awesome new print!

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