Mondo Has Two 'Clash of the Titans' Posters & Their First Convention
by Ethan Anderton
January 2, 2014
Mostly because of the amazing special effects of Ray Harryhausen, the 1981 adventure Clash of the Titans is a cult classic, making it ripe for tribute by the collectible arthouse that is Mondo. Even with the 80s cheese the original film brings to the table, it's infinitely better than the sack of garbage that was the remake starring Sam Worthington (and the equally terrible Wrath of the Titans). To pay tribute, Mondo has released two new pieces of work that will go on sale tomorrow. In addition, for all the hardcore collectors, they have also quietly announced an event called Mondo Con to take place in Austin, Texas on September 20th and 21st this year, right in the middle of Fantastic Fest. Otherwise, you can see the two posters below!
Here are the two Mondo poster's for Clash of the Titans (via SlashFilm):
The top piece comes from Francesco Francavilla. It’s a 24×36 screen print with an edition of 275 that will run you $55. Meanwhile the bottom piece comes from Dave Rapoza. It's a 17×26 screen print with an edition of 200 that will cost $45. My favorite is the bottom piece, but either one will be a nice snag for any fans of the cult classic film. As always, both posters will go on sale at a random time on Friday, January 3rd. Follow @MondoNews to find out exactly when these pieces will be available for purchase. Good luck!
Excellent. The second one would make a great book cover as well.
Cal J. on Jan 2, 2014
I was so happy to see this was for the original 1981 movie and not those horrible remakes.
cobrazombie on Jan 4, 2014
That second one with medusa is just beautiful ^^
RobotProphet on Jan 16, 2014
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