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Mondo’s Batman Anniversary Portraits Are Maximum Rad

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It's not often, but every now and then have to look at things that aren't covered by pictures of Batman, and this is clearly the biggest problem in my life. Fortunately, Mondo is taking steps to minimize this problem in the best way possible.

Here at ComicsAlliance, we've been excited about this ever since it was announced a few months back, but on October 24, they're kicking off their gallery show in Austin celebrating the Dark Knight's 75th anniversary. There are some some truly incredible portraits, continuing a long year of great comics and pop-culture inspired art that's included stuff like the Batman: The Animated Series and Guardians of the Galaxy soundtracks. We've seen a sample of what they have to offer, and they are beautiful. Check 'em out below!

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MondoCon Confirms 2014 Lineup, 2000 AD Documentary, Shaolin Cowboy Cartoon, Will Probably Be Sold Out By The Time You Read This

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When Mondo, the merchandising arm of the celebrated Alamo Drafthouse theater known for selling super-cool movie posters, announced that it would host a convention in Austin, Texas, September 20-21, it wasn't entirely clear what the focus would be. Movies? Artists? Movies about artists?

As it turns out, it's all of the above. In addition to hosting the world-premiere screening of the new documentary about the British comics anthology 2000AD, Future Shock!, the weekend event will also host an array of comic artists, many of which have contributed their talents to film. Some of those artists, including Alex Ross have contributed art to celebrate the 15th anniversary of The Iron Giant.

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Alex Pardee’s Shares His Nightmares in a New Monster Series

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Movie monster artist and occasional John Locke portraitist Alex Pardee has been busy recently. He's compiled a sizable new exhibition's worth of beastly paintings - this time using his own concepts

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Movie Monsters Look Way Less Intimidating (But Much More Delightful) In Watercolor

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Freddy Krueger may appear far more malevolent when he steps out of "A Nightmare On Elm Street" and into a Sinestro Corps uniform. Soften him up with some light watercolors, however, and he gets way easier on the eyes. So do Clive Barker's unsettling Ceno

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