Eight years is certainly long enough for the bloom to wear off the rose a bit, but we can all agree that 2008's The Dark Knight is still at least a pretty good movie, right? I mean, Batman suplexes a truck in that film, and while there are certainly other concerns to be taken into account when you're trying to decide the merits of a piece of media, you can't get around the fact that Batman suplexes a truck, and that has to count for something.

Point being, if you're a fan what Christopher Nolan, Christian Bale, and Heath Ledger did in that movie and you're also going to Emerald City Comic-Con in Seattle next weekend, April 7-10, you  might want to go ahead and clear a spot on your wall, because Mondo is releasing its latest print, in which Jock takes on The Dark Knight with predictably awesome results.

If you've somehow missed out on his work, Jock is one of the best artists in comics, and he's certainly no stranger to Batman. He was the artist on the Dick Grayson-centric chapters of The Black Mirror with writer Scott Snyder, and he and Snyder are planning to reunite this year for one of the stories in the recently announced All Star Batman.

This particular piece was originally created for the Dark Knight Trilogy box set, but Mondo's re-releasing it in a screenprinted edition limited to only 350 copies at Emerald City. As for how much it's going to set you back, those details are unavailable at this time, but one assumes you can find out at booth #4132 at Emerald City. For more info, check out Mondo's website!