Acclaimed artist Jock, who has worked with the famous pop art gallery Mondo for years, has finished his Luke Skywalker trilogy. Jock’s new Star Wars: Return of the Jedi poster, entitled “I Am a Jedi, Like My Father Before Me,” is available for everyone to pre-order today only. Check out the full poster and get the details below. Read More »
Mondo has unleashed a cool new Empire Strikes Back poster from artist Jock. The poster recreates a moment from the Star Wars film in which Luke Skywalker takes down an AT-AT Walker. See the Mondo Empire Strikes Back poster, and its variant, below.
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If you’re in the market for some cool new pop culture prints, today is your lucky day. Both Mondo and Bottleneck Gallery have a couple of new prints each inspired by a few movies that have plenty of fans.
Matt Taylor has an awesome new print for Star Wars: The Force Awakens featuring the Millennium Falcon traveling through hyperspace (teased above), while another print for the new installment of the saga also comes from Adam Relf. Meanwhile, over at Mondo there’s a new A Clockwork Orange print from Rory Kurtz as well as one for Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon by Jock.
Check out the new A Clockwork Orange, Enter the Dragon and Star Wars The Force Awakens prints after the jump. Read More »
Bottleneck Gallery continues to kill it with their pop culture art prints. The gallery will be debuting a slew of new prints at New York Comic Con later this week. Want to get a sneak preview of some of these prints? After the jump, you’ll find Star Wars prints from Matt Ferguson and Raid71, as well as Jock‘s 28 Days Later, Matt Ferguson‘s Arena Star Trek print and Alice X. Zhang‘s Suicide Squad giclee. I’ve also rounded up some of the great Bottleneck prints which have premiered elsewhere, including Ise Ananphada’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Tom Whalen‘s South Park.
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San Diego Comic Con International 2016 is in full swing, and Mondo is selling a bunch of crazy comic con exclusive prints and vinyls on the show floor. But just because you aren’t in attendance at the the convention doesn’t mean you have to miss out on some of the goodies. In fact, unlike most Mondo limited edition releases, you will be able to get your hands on these two awesome Star Wars prints. Hit the jump to check out Mike Mitchell‘s Rey and Jock‘s Into The Garbage Chute, Flyboy prints and find out how you can get them.
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This year’s MondoCon in Austin, Texas was two days of gorgeous goodness, showcasing mind-blowing pop culture art from all over the world and giving fans a chance to rub elbows with the artists themselves. It’s not the kind of place you go hoping to hear exciting news about new movies, but here we are. During a panel dedicated to his work, comic book, poster and movie concept artist Jock revealed that he’s currently hard at work on two science fiction movies. One of them is small and will be on your radar eventually. The other is already your most anticipated movie of 2017.
Hit the jump for details on the Jock Star Wars Episode 8 announcement!
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Alex Garland‘s Ex Machina feels familiar while also being unique. It may be the latest in a string of films about artificial intelligence, but the look of the movie, the tension it creates, and the surprises within do everything to separate it from films such as Her, Transcendence and Chappie.
Garland, making his directorial debut, had all of that in his head when shooting Ex Machina. He purposely avoided every other piece of new pop culture out there that may have lined up with his movie, but he also used older movies as a reference to make something fresh. The result is an electric, frightening film that’s achieves great deal from three characters (played by Oscar Isaac, Alicia Vikander, Domhnall Gleeson) dealing with some very heavy issues.
In our interview with Garland, we talked about how he maintained tension on set, as well as the connections the film may have had with stories like Black Mirror, some of his aims in creating this story, the beautiful design of the robot Ava and whether or not he asked his lead actors about their roles in Star Wars. Below, read our Alex Garland Ex Machina interview. Read More »
The comic Wytches, from writer Scott Snyder and artist Jock, only just made its debut this past week. But as revealed at the New York Comic Con, it has already been optioned for development by quired by New Regency, with Brad Pitt’s Plan B set to produce. That’s leading to a lot of “Brad Pitt making Wytches movie” headlines, but for the moment we’ll just look forward to seeing what the companies can do with the comic that Snyder and Jock have designed as a true piece of horror storytelling. Read More »
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The first details from the first Mondo comic convention have now been revealed. Dubbed MondoCon, the show will take place September 20-21 in Austin Texas. So far, that’s really all we knew. Today we know much more. Mondo has revealed the first round of guests who’ll attend the convention, including Mike Mignola, Bernie Wrightson, Phantom City Creative, Jock, Jay Shaw, Jason Edmiston, Francesco Francavilla and many others.
The’ve also revealed the event won’t only be for posters. It’ll offer “new artwork and products as well as panels and special screenings” in the areas of film, music, and toys, as well as art. Tickets go on sale Thursday June 4 and cost $70 for both days or $35 for one day.
Below, check out the press release with all the info. Read More »
When can you see new footage from Guardians of the Galaxy? Want to see Deathstroke in Arrow? How is Paul Rudd bulking up for Ant-Man? What religion does Andrew Garfield think Spider-Man is? Is Elizabeth Olsen intimidated by the Avengers: Age of Ultron secrecy? When can you get a brand new Jock Batman poster? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »