Tom Whalen’s Who Framed Roger Rabbit Poster (Onsale Info)

I have more posts coming later today, but this one is timely, so it’s up first. The Alamo Drafthouse will release this awesome poster by Tom Whalen for Who Framed Roger Rabbit today. It’s an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 210, and will cost $40. It goes up today (Friday, April 8th) at a random time. Visit

27 Responses to “Tom Whalen’s Who Framed Roger Rabbit Poster (Onsale Info)”

  1. Also I should probably add, Ive never really had much of a problem with Mondo at all. Only times I miss something that I REALLY wanted were when I was going after a small edition variant.

    What they are doing works fine. People just need to realize there are A LOT of people going after a very SMALL amount of prints.

    Ok, now im done. Off work early on a friday, I hear the beer calling my name in the fridge!


  2. @Dolemite75

    Nicely put man. I feel the same way, it really sucks missing a poster drop but theres always another print. And if you really think about it flippers certainly don’t make up the majority of the people buying them.

    What I don’t understand is how I get kicked out at the checkout screen of every single Mondo drop. I can’t figure out what everyone else is doing right.

  3. I will wait for the Jessica Rabbit variant where she is huge and that creepy dude is 2 inches big. There’s really no other reason for me to get a poster of this goofy, very dated movie.

  4. I’ve had problems with Mondo buying multiple posters – hit the Confirm button and waiting…. oops sold out! Mondo definitely needs to fix this, they should look to the MLB ticket sales online method for the solution.

  5. I love thus company and what Justin does. I have had the Star Wars Olly Moss set refunded to me because it was oversold. What he is doing for a company is amazing and with more and more collectors/flippers joining the race it will get worse. I am all for increasing the prices to combat people trying to make a quick buck but you still can’t fault Justin. He had made something amazing here and if you stay long enough you will get burned on an insane release. It is part of the process and shows they ate doing this right. You can’t win ALL the time.

  6. Ever think that it may be the Artists and Mondo themselves who plant ringers to drive up demand? (not only on Mondo, which I bet is how they became so popular, but also the secondary market)

    Genius, really. Which is why I don’t buy Mondo prints…1/2 of their releases are plain ugly…but…birds of a feather flock together. Have fun F’5ing your life away.

  7. P.s. I bet the “ringers” are right here in this discussion prepping you for print price inflation…kudos

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