Mondo Unveils EVIL DEAD 2 and ARMY OF DARKNESS Posters by Randy Ortiz, Tom Whalen, and Richey Beckett; On Sale Tomorrow

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Halloween will be here before we know it, folks.  In an effort to get the holiday spirit going a little early, the good people at Mondo have unveiled some incredible posters for a pair of horror movie classics: Evil Dead 2 and Army of Darkness.  Artist Randy Ortiz put together the haunting Evil Dead 2 posters, while there are two separate prints for Army of Darkness by Tom Whalen and Richey Beckett.  There’s not a bad design in the bunch (triumphant Ash atop a bevy of creatures is particularly entertaining), and I imagine demand will be extremely high when these go on sale tomorrow.

In the meantime, hit the jump to get a closer look.  As always, follow Mondo on Twitter for the on sale announcement at a random time tomorrow, August 14th.

Evil Dead 2

  • By Randy Ortiz
  • 24” x 36”
  • Edition of 225
  • $45

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Evil Dead 2 Variant

  • By Randy Ortiz
  • 24” x 36”
  • Edition of 100
  • $65

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Army of Darkness

  • By Richey Beckett
  • 24” x 36”
  • Edition of 275
  • $45

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Army of Darkness Variant

  • By Richey Beckett
  • 24” x 36”
  • Edition of 125
  • $65

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Army of Darkness

  • By Tom Whalen
  • 24” x 36”
  • Edition of 275
  • $45

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Army of Darkness Variant

  • By Tom Whalen
  • 24” x 36”
  • Edition of 125
  • $65

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  • Georce Johnson

    Am I the only one who doesn’t give a shit about all these posters? Does Collider get a cut or something? WTF?

    • cruzzercruz

      You’re not the only one, but many people do. People who are heavily interested in films are often heavily interested in posters and memorabilia. Does an article about a famous poster company that has insanely high demand bother you? Skip it.

    • cruzzercruz

      You’re not the only one, but many people do. People who are heavily interested in films are often heavily interested in posters and memorabilia. Does an article about a famous poster company that has insanely high demand bother you? Skip it.

      • Georce Johnson

        Thanks for the explanation. It just comes across like Collider is a Mondo promo site at this point.

      • cruzzercruz

        Slashfilm and a few other sites do it as well. They’re just famous, and some of the best, movie posters for fans and the fact is that the only way to be aware of them is to either check their website every ten minutes or follow them on twitter with notifications on. You get 24 hours notice of the sale, then at a random time they just go up and sell out in under a few minutes. It’s a situation that has to be jumped on. Not to mention they’re supporting artists, not just a huge printining company running off thousands of copies of each.

        And Mondo only releases a few prints a month, so the amount of articles about them on Collider really aren’t that numerous.

    • Not Michael Stipe

      I care! I care!

  • Georce Johnson

    Am I the only one who doesn’t give a shit about all these posters? Does Collider get a cut or something? WTF?

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