Big news coming from Mondo today. They have announced a series of prints for Marvel comic book characters that aren’t tied to the company’s feature film exploits. This means there are endless possibilities for who and how your favorite heroes and villains can be immortalized on pretty paper. Up first is The Silver Surfer from artist Kilian Eng. Check out the print and all the pertinent info after the jump.
Ang was a perfect choice to kick this series off and he did a fantastic job capturing the essence of The Silver Surfer. Be sure to follow @MondoNews on Twitter since that’s where they’ll announce when the poster is on sale, which will be at a random time on Thursday, October 10th.
- Poster by Kilian Eng
- 24″x36″ screen print
- Hand numbered
- Edition of 275
There you have it, Mondo is bring the Marvel comic book universe to the walls in your home. Let us know in the comments below what you think of this one and what other characters you hope to see in the future.
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