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9 hours ago, chunkrock said:

This is one of my favorite movies, I have a lot of nostalgia for it. I can't wait to get this. Amazon.ca has it up for preorder with a street date of March 3rd.

Someone needs to make sure the guys in the Tool Vinyl Buyer's Guide thread know about this.

 

Edited by docbronze

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Not sure if anyone has seen or is aware, but I put my collection of Birth.Movies.Death issues (every issue up until the Pixar issue) up on eBay, if anyone wants to get in on it. Also includes the Batman v Superman Mondo Flexidisc. 

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/282358964825?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649

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Awesome.

 

https://mondotees.com/blogs/news/project-raygun-mondo-presents-the-thing-infection-at-outpost-31

 

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We're thrilled to announce a new partnership with Project Raygun, USAopoly's brand new initiative focused on combining iconic properties with visionary art and design.

“The synergy between Mondo and Project Raygun was immediate, both driven by zeal and a deep-rooted appreciation of timeless and relevant pop culture,” explains VP of Project Raygun, Mike Gonzales.

“When Project Raygun started talking about tapping into fan’s passion and nostalgia for iconic properties and bringing them to life, it was clear that Mondo was the perfect fit to help us deliver the ultimate experience to the gaming and collector community,” continued John Davis, USAopoly and Project Raygun’s President and CEO.

Our first collaboration will center around John Carpenter’s 1982 sci-fi horror thriller, The Thing. In the new signature board game, titled INFECTION AT OUTPOST 31, the tension and mystery of The Thing is recreated as players race to discover who among them are infected in the hidden identity game play engine. We recruited one of our favorite artists and package designers, Justin Erickson of Phantom City Creative, to handle art duties.

“When we set out to create the first licensed Mondo board game the biggest question was; what film property would we go after? So many of the films we celebrate at Mondo would be an absolute blast in game form,” explained Jay Shaw, Mondo Brand Director. “As soon as John Carpenter’s suspense masterpiece, The Thing was mentioned it very quickly became our top choice,” Shaw noted.

“The next step was to figure out how to actually make a game. We all love playing them, but none of us had designed one before. Game mechanics are an incredibly complicated art form and we didn’t want to enter this space unless we were going to get it right. Luckily our dear friends at Project Raygun were completely up to the challenge. They’ve built an incredibly challenging fast paced game of paranoia that transports players directly into the film,” Shaw continued.

USAopoly, Inc. and Project Raygun will be at Toy Fair in New York City, February 18-21. The division’s inaugural product line is scheduled for release starting Fall 2017.

Edited by lethalenforcer

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19 minutes ago, clerk3745 said:

...and Mike Mitchell is a fucking bore. I'm a nerd for Star Wars and Mondo is really dropping the ball there by having Mitchell do another snoozefest every couple months.

Well that's just like your opinion....

Mitchell has been killing it!  His prints are selling thousands of copies every month.

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2 hours ago, stl_ben said:

Well that's just like your opinion....

Mitchell has been killing it!  His prints are selling thousands of copies every month.

Correct it is just my opinion, but everybody's saying Stout does the same thing over and over can say the exact same about Mitchell. And saying it's sells thousands of copies doesn't really mean anything, Grown Ups 2 beat Pacific Rim in the box office... so sometimes numbers are stupid.

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