Martin Ansin’s Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Poster (Onsale Info…Updated With Variant)

The Alamo Drafthouse teamed up with Universal and Martin Ansin to create this amazing poster for tonight’s preview screening of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World in Austin.  It’s a 24″ x 36″ screenprint.  There is also a variant, but it is debuting at the show and may or may not even make it online.  Whatever is left goes up tomorrow (Friday, August 13th) at a random time.  Visit Mondotees.com.

EDIT:  Check out the “Nega” variant below.  They will also be mixing in some copies that were signed by a bunch of the cast and Edgar Wright himself.  Awesome.

54 Responses to “Martin Ansin’s Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Poster (Onsale Info…Updated With Variant)”

  1. Haha, Cera wasn’t in Zombieland.

  2. Hey, Just Me, I’d love your extra copy if you still have it. I was stuck in a meeting when they dropped online.

    Shoot me a line at this.charming.irishman@gmail.com

  3. I tossed mine to a fellow junkie so my +1 is now a +0
    Glad I could help. 🙂

  4. That’s pretty awesome of you, Iron. I knew I should have hopped on here sooner. C’est la vie.

  5. @ Jon Riley

    I still have my extra; I’ll drop you an email…

  6. Oh, in case anyone is interested, Aesthetic Apparatus is selling copies of their Kid Chameleon poster from the Scott Pilgrim band series: http://www.aestheticapparatus.com/

  7. …sigh. time to be mr. negative.
    these prints are amazing btw. wow….sadly if the comic was only drawn as well. the comic blows…and this movie looks like garbage. i’m baffled people are excited to see it.

    oh well…..this just shows that any comic can be successful and any movie can make millions if they find the right audience.

  8. @isaac: there really isn’t a need to be “mr. negative” at all dude. These stories may not be your bag but that shouldn’t baffle you.
    I never saw the Avatar film and have no plans on reading the “Girl with the…” series of books but apparently lots and lots of people really enjoyed those things. Good on them for sure. Real life is far too fucked up to begrudge anyone’s choice of fantasy material right? 🙂

  9. @iron
    i’m not always a mr. negative, i promise. just from my perspective ,I don’t get why people would like this movie/comic.

    the art is terrible. the plot is terrible, the movie looks terrible, and Cera playing a high schooler still….is terrible.

    if people want to check out something with a loser style of art, please for the love of god, put this book down and buy anything by Jim Mahfood.

    as for weekend movies….”and many are negative about this movie” give me the expendables. any action fans wet dream come to life. lol.

  10. There are so many more better action films than Expendables. It was alright. Scott Pilgrim was amazing though. But that’s just my opinion of course.

  11. @ Mike G
    I hear you! I caught a free screening courtesy of my local comic shop and I still went to the midnight showing when it was released. We live in a very sad time, friend.

    Oh, and just for the record, another non-flipper hook-up thanks to OMG Posters. Thanks to JustMe for being a stand up dude. Mitch runs a fine site.

  12. Hey, Isaac.

    “Cera playing a high schooler still….is terrible.”

    Cera doesn’t play a high schooler. He’s a 22 year-old slacker. And Michael Cera is….22 years old in real life.

    Scott Pilgrim kicked all kinds of ass. And so does Edgar Wright.

  13. well, for the first time in ages, box office sales agreed with me.

    glad to see we live in a world where 80’s action stars can still rule the screen.

    ouch 9th in sales? for a mainstream movie, with a mainstream actor?

    well, sadly that may mean no sequel.

    🙂

  14. oops. i meant 5th…..

    and salt had made over 1oo mill. weird.

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