Toy Story Poster by Tom Whalen and Dark Shadows Poster by Ghostco – Both New from Mondo (Onsale Info)

Mondo will release two new posters this week. The first is Tom Whalen’s Toy Story, a 24″ x 36″ screenprint with an edition of 540 for $50. The second is Ghostco’s Dark Shadows, a 24″ x 36″ screenprint with an edition of 270 for $45. Toy Story goes up for sale today (Thursday, May 10th) at a random time. Dark Shadows goes up tomorrow (Friday, May 11th) at a random time. Visit

51 Responses to “Toy Story Poster by Tom Whalen and Dark Shadows Poster by Ghostco – Both New from Mondo (Onsale Info)”

  1. Same here, natas. A damn shame.

  2. what’s a flipper? the dolphin?

  3. OK, so i just came to terms with the fact that all of the long-winded rationalization of my failures to purchase a “poster” (yes that is all they are) is merely due my selfish desire to have what I can’t have in the manner I would like to have it. It’s all so simple. And my “collector” argument is so transparent it is honestly embarrassing. I just want the “flippers” to go away so “collectors” like myself can profit… uhhh, sorry, I mean so these enlarged baseball cards can be truly appreciated by those I deem fit. All of my so-called knowledge cannot mask the fact that I am acting like a spoiled baby.

  4. Mad Max, you annoy the piss outta me.

  5. “Mad Max”, did you call me an idiot and address remarks to me in absentia? Are you schizophrenic? No one forces anyone to bid on listings or buy from so-called flippers. That is the fucking bottom line. Do not like how the poster market goes? Go collect used stamps or beanie babies or circulated state quarters.


  6. uncirclutated state quarters is where it is at.

    As long as things are in limited edition, people will complain. This goes from vinyl to sports cards to toys (case figures and treasure hunts for hot wheels). So again, if you do not like the flippers do not buy it. Eventually the market will go down. Otherwise send Mondo a nice letter explaining to them a timed edition would be nice or ask them for their own copy.

    BTW, collectors are just as bad as flippers. The only difference is one hoards for themselves and the other makes $$$ for themselves. Eventually the collector will sell their collection. They always do.

  7. Agreed. Except that Robocop Stout Metal Variant owners seemingly aim to be buried with their’s. Only then will those ISO will be able to acquire them: simply show up with a shovel and lots of extra time.

    ‘Mad Max’ acts like these prints are selling for 5x or 7x their original prices. Just fucking buy them from someone that scored and quit your petulant whining.


  8. There is a Robocop Stout Metal Variant? Holy crap. Would love to see how much that goes for on the market.

  9. Yep, I would bury that with me.

  10. rofl this is great.

    Trying to see where I stopped posting, and where someone actually started pretending to be me.


  11. @Hammertime – seriously just shut the hell up, you self absorbed fuck. All you’re doing is whining about how others are reacting to persistant issue of flippers- which Mondo admits IS a problem. No one needs to know, nor do we care about your opinions if you can’t think beyond your own self-interest. At least Mad Max’s first post posses interesting input.

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