Heads Up: The First Half Of Mondo’s SDCC Offerings Have Been Revealed

Don't forget your wallet if you're headed to SDCC this year.

Next week, the San Diego Convention Center will throw open its doors on the 2017 SDCC, and of course the Birth.Movies.Death. staff will be on-hand and on the frontlines, reporting back to you throughout the week. Our own Meredith Borders and Evan Saathoff will be keeping Hall H on lockdown, while I'll be wandering about seeing what sort of interview hijinks I can get myself into...whenever I'm not camped out near the Mondo booth (#835), that is.

Yes, as per usual, the Mondo crew is headed to SDCC with a slew of brand-new posters, vinyl sets and other collectible goodies, and we're all going to leave a little more broke than we were when we arrived.

See also: the first half of Mondo's 2017 SDCC output, which has now been officially revealed via the company blog. Let's take a look at what's been unveiled thus far...

Contra by Eric Powell
18"x24" Screen Print / Edition of 225

Contra - Original Video Game Soundtrack LP
Music by Konami Kukeiha Club
Artwork by Eric Powell
Featuring audio from the NES and ARCADE Versions of the game
Pressed on 180 Gram Tri-Color (Yellow, Orange, Red) Vinyl - Limited to 1,000 Copies
Available Starting on Preview Night at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 / $25

Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse by Sachin Teng
18"x24" Screen Print / Edition of 250

Rakka by Matt Ryan Tobin
24"x36" Screen Print, Edition of 175

Attack on Titan (Variant) by Matt Taylor
18"x36" Screen Print, Edition of 150

Labyrinth (Variant) by Richey Beckett
36"x24" Screen Print, Edition of 175

2001: A Space Odyssey (Variant) by Kevin Tong
24"x36" Screen Print, Edition of 175

Garindan by Mike Mitchell
12"x16" Giclee Print, Edition of 270

Jaws (SDCC Version) by Phantom City Creative
24"x36" Screen Print, Edition of 225

Beauty and the Beast (Variant) by Oliver Barrett
24"x36" Screen Print, Edition of 170

Samurai Jack (Variant) by Tom Whalen
36"x24" Screen Print, Edition of 150


As previously noted: this is just about half of what Mondo's bringing to SDCC this year. Stay tuned for another update early next week covering the back half of their offerings, along with...well, some other exceptionally cool surprises. 

You can follow along with some of Mondo's reveals via this link on their website, you can follow the Mondo Twitter feed for up-to-the-minute updates regarding their SDCC output, or you can just show up in San Diego yourself next week and see it with your very own eyeballs. Entirely up to you!