It wouldn’t be a Mondo show without exclusive artwork that fans could frame on their walls or store in their flat files. This year’s illustration is from the “Godzilla” franchise and the animated space opera epic “RoboTech”.
First up, we have a Linocut poster of Attack Peter that pays homage to Rick Hunter and his “Robotech” mech. What better way to honor the hero of the first Robotech war? Also printed by Attack Peter, there are only 120 available and they cost $100.
On the kaiju side, we have an English variation of Oliver Barrett’s work for “Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla”, where the radioactive lizard was forced to do battle with a robot version of himself. Printed by DL Screenprinting, this variant only has a 120 edition, and it will cost you $100.
Then there’s also this detailed illustration highlighting the anatomy of Hedorah, the alien pollution kaiju who debuted in 1971 with his own big-screen battle in “Godzilla vs. Hedorah.” This print is a DesignerCon exclusive variation with artwork by Mike Sutfin that will be printed in 100 copies by DL Screenprinting on individual papers with completely different colors, making each print a unique edition. This will make it a collector’s item for the price of $100.