Comics, Film & TV

Remembering Mondo: 20 of the Best Marvel and DC Posters

With the announcement of Mondo's closure, we look back at some of the company's best posters across Marvel and DC to commemorate their amazing work for fandom.

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By: Javier ReyesMay 8, 2024, 10:53 AM

For diehard pop culture fans, Mondo was the pinnacle of collectibles. What started as a t-shirt business in 2004 by Alamo Drafthouse co-founder Tim League, Mondo took the film and fandom industries by storm with their line of alternative movie posters. Over the years, Mondo established partnerships with Disney and Warner Bros. to create limited-edition posters for major Marvel and DC releases. With their team of talented artists, Mondo carved a distinct niche for themselves within pop culture circles, as each new release felt like a highly anticipated event on its own for movie fans and avid collectors.

But despite the cult following that has grown for almost 20 years, it was announced that Funko, the company known for the “Pop!” line of vinyl collectibles and recent owner of Mondo, will discontinue Mondo’s posters division.

We want to commemorate some of the amazing work Mondo has created over the years, especially within the comic book work. Join us as we celebrate some of Mondo’s best posters for both Marvel and DC by a collection of incredible artists.

Captain America: Civil War

Artwork by Tyler Stout

This piece beautifully showcases the contrasting sides of Team Cap and Team Iron Man.

Captain America: Civil War by Tyler StoutImage: Mondo

Black Widow

Artwork by Olly Moss

Artist Olly Moss is a master at telling so much in so few brush strokes.

Black Widow by Olly MossImage: Mondo

Black Panther

Artwork by Denys Cowan

In this single frame, you get a clear scope of the power of both Black Panther himself and the city of Wakanda.

Black Panther by Denys CowanImage: Mondo


Artwork by Mike Mitchell

In true Deadpool style, the Merc with a Mouth breaks the mold of Mitchell’s iconic portrait series with a smile. 

Deadpool by Mike MitchellImage: Mondo

Guardians of the Galaxy 

Artwork by Paolo Rivera

With a design inspired by classic pulp magazines, this poster brings to life the fantastical side of the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Guardians of the Galaxy by Paolo RiveraImage: Mondo

X-Men: House of X/Powers of X

Artwork by Matt Taylor 

To celebrate the dual series created by Jonathan Hickman, artist Matt Taylor created a composition that can be displayed on either orientation.

X-Men: House of X/Powers of X by Matt Taylor Image: Mondo

The Modern Age of Marvel 

Artwork by Tom Whalen

Artist Tom Whalen brings their distinct minimalist style to many of the biggest characters in the Marvel Universe.

The Modern Age of Marvel by Tom WhalenImage: Mondo

Scarlet Witch

Artwork by David Aja

This poster is an adaptation of the cover of Scarlet With #10 by writer James Robinson and artist Zei Kama. 

Scarlet Witch by David AjaImage: Mondo

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Artwork by Martin Ansin 

This poster perfectly captures the energy and style Spider-Verse is beloved for. 

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse by Martin Ansin Image: Mondo

Captain America: Winter Soldier

Artwork by Rich Kelly

Reminiscent of a classic James Bond poster, this piece screams espionage action in all its details.

Captain America: Winter Soldier by Rich KellyImage: Mondo

The Batman

Artwork by Francesco Francavilla

Look into Batman’s eyes and you’ll see a hero who's very close to hitting his breaking point.

The Batman by Francesco FrancavillaImage: Mondo

Batman: Year One

Artwork by Jock

The blueprint style of this piece highlights how Batman was very much still a “work in progress” throughout the story. 

Batman: Year One by JockImage: Mondo


Artwork by Craig Drake 

Artist Craig Drake evoked a bit of Patrick Nagel to create this striking piece fitting for Selina Kyle herself. 

Catwoman by Craig Drake Image: Mondo

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Artwork by Ken Taylor 

The striking difference between Batman, the man, and Superman, the god, is put on display.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice by Ken Taylor Image: Mondo

Dr. Manhattan

Artwork by Kevin Tong

This piece gives us just a glimpse of how Dr. Manhattan experiences his whole life simultaneously. 

Dr. Manhattan by Kevin TongImage: Mondo

The Joker

Artwork by Jason Edmiston 

This beautifully painted piece captures the campy yet haunting persona of Cesar Romero’s iconic portrayal of The Joker.

The Joker by Jason Edmiston Image: Mondo

Joker’s Favor

Artwork by the Phantom City Creative

Inspired by a classic episode of Batman: The Animated Series, this piece puts the Joker’s menacing smile on full display.

Joker’s Favor by the Phantom City CreativeImage: Mondo

The Dark Knight 

Artwork by Laurent Durieux

This somber piece is brought to life by subtle hints of color from the flashing lights and even Joker’s mask. 

The Dark Knight by Laurent DurieuxImage: Mondo

The Flash

Artwork by César Moreno

This piece catches the Scarlet Speedster hitting his perfect stride.

The Flash César MorenoImage: Mondo

Wonder Woman

Artwork by Tula Lotay

Artist Tula Lotay showcases her distinct art style for the Princess of Themyscira herself. 

Wonder Woman by Tula LotayImage: Mondo
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