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Mondo’s Exclusive STAR WARS Prints from Comic-Con are Gorgeous

Mondo’s Exclusive STAR WARS Prints from Comic-Con are Gorgeous

In case you somehow haven’t heard, Nerdist is at the San Diego Comic-Con right now, and as usual, there’s a bunch of visually impressive stuff all over the floor, from dedicated cosplayers to exclusive merchandise you won’t be able to get anywhere else. And just like always, Mondo always has a good showing: Find them at SDCC and you can get yourself records and prints based on Inside Out, as well as the Castlevania soundtrack on vinyl for the franchise’s 30th anniversary.

But fear not, for Mondo has not forgotten about the geeks who weren’t able to make it out to San Diego this year: they’ve partnered up with Acme Archives to release two limited edition posters, which will only be available for the next 72 hours (until Monday at 1 p.m. EST). The two prints are a couple of beauties, too: The first is “Into The Garbage Chute, Flyboy!” by Jock, which gorgeously immortalizes (on a 24″ x 36″ screen print)  Princess Leia’s quick thinking while under enemy fire:

star wars mondo poster garbage chute flyboy

The other poster honors a more modern heroine of the Star Wars universe, Rey, with a bold profile shot that showcases her steely determination. The piece is called “Rey,” was created by Mike Mitchell, and is available as a 12″ x 16″ giclee print:

star wars mondo poster rey

Like we said, these fantastic prints won’t be available for long, and hopefully they’ll take the sting out of not actually being at Comic-Con to see the drunken Archer cast live reading, our hero Chris Hardwick running around doing virtually everything, and all the fun stuff we’re doing for our own Camp Conival… sorry to rub it in. Regardless, grab “Into The Garbage Chute, Flyboy!” here, “Rey” here, or get them both and save a few bucks with this bundle.

Images: Mondo

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