Conan: Mondo & Martin Ansin’s Comic-Con Poster - SDCC 2013

Posted by Grey Thursday, July 18, 2013

Conan! What is best in life? By Crom, Mondo and Martin Ansin's awesome rendition of the 80s epic cinematic telling of the stories of the epic Robert E. Howard's character by Arnold Schwarzenegger. 

Let's get something out of the way first: The 2011 take on Robert E. Howard's iconic character, Conan the Barbarian, by Lionsgate and director Marcus Nispel was tremendously underwhelming despite our invested hope in this post-Game of Thrones age. Which all the more intensified our nostalgia for the classic 1980s Arnold Schwarzenegger films. Here to alleviate our longings and just in time for San Diego Comic-Con, Mondo and artist extraordinaire Martin Ansin are here to help as they unleash an awesome rendition of Schwarzenegger's Conan.

Longtime fans of Comic-Con and Mondo, the collectible art division of Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, might remembered the cool Conan the Barbarian sticker that was given away at the Mondo booth a couple of years back.

Convinced of the potential awesomeness of the project, it appears that Mondo has finally went through with this one after all this while. Without further ado, hit the jump to check out the cool prints in both its regular and variant edition.

CONAN by Martin Ansin
Size: 24” x 36”
Edition: 450 Regular, 225 Variant

Price: $50 Regular, $75 Variant




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