As a huge fan of both Mondo and JC Richard, it’s very cool to premiere his new limited-edition screen print for Ridley Scott‘s Prometheus. Going on sale at Mondo’s booth (#936) at Comic-Con around 2pm on Saturday, the poster features a scene from the beginning of the film when the Engineer was dropped off on Earth.
While many had issues with Prometheus, I thought it was really well done and I’m holding out hope that 20th Century Fox and Scott find a way to make a sequel. Hit the jump for a better look at the poster and click here for all our Comic-Con coverage.
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Prometheus by JC Richard (artist in attendance Friday / Saturday.)
Release Time: 2:00 PM
Edition Size: 350
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