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Mondo Announces 2019 SDCC Exclusive MONDOID VENOM Variant

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Mondo is excited to announce the Series 1 lineup for MONDOIDS, a new line of designer vinyl figures that feature uniquely freaky takes on sci-fi, horror, and comic book icons. Designed by Scarecrow Oven, each Mondoid features a removable head that can be mixed and matched with most other MONDOIDS figures bases. MONDOIDS Series 1 includes the Marvel - Venom (regular and SDCC exclusive variant), Marvel - Green Goblin, Gremlins - Melting Stripe, Fallout - Vault Boy, Friday the 13th - Jason Voorhees (regular and Mondo webstore exclusive variant), Jurassic Park - Raptor, and a super-sized Jurassic Park - T-Rex Mega Mondoid.

MONDOIDS Series 1 will go on sale at mondotees.com today, Tuesday, July 9, at 12:00pm CT. The SDCC exclusive Venom Mondoid variant will be available at the Mondo booth (#435) at San Diego Comic Con beginning Wednesday, July 17 (SDCC Preview Night).

MONDOIDS / Series 1

Fallout - Vault Boy / $20 (Artists: Scarecrow Oven, Hector Arce)
Friday the 13th - Jason Voorhees / $20 (Artists: Scarecrow Oven, Ramirez Studios, Mike Pflaumer)
Friday the 13th - Jason Voorhees (Mondo Webstore Exclusive) / $22 (Artists: Scarecrow Oven, Ramirez Studios, Mike Pflaumer)
Gremlins - Melting Stripe / $20 (Artists: Scarecrow Oven, Bigshot Toyworks, Mike Pflaumer)
Jurassic Park - Raptor / $20 (Artists: Scarecrow Oven, Bigshot Toy Works, Hector Arce)
Jurassic Park - T-Rex Mega Mondoid / $25 (Artists: Scarecrow Oven, Bigshot Toyworks, Hector Arce)
Marvel - Green Goblin / $20 (Artists: Scarecrow Oven, Ramirez Studios, Hector Arce, Mike Pflaumer)
Marvel - Venom / $20 (Artists: Scarecrow Oven, Ramirez Studios, Mara Ancheta)
Marvel - Venom (SDCC Exclusive Color - Edition of 500) / $35 (Artists: Scarecrow Oven, Ramirez Studios, Darren Henke)

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I realllllly dig that sculpt.... Im curious to see what the regular version looks like. If its just black with no wash or a way to show details, it will be a big fail.  Getting a serious Madball vibe with this which is awesome. 

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Oh god, it looks nasty and goopy and awesome. Just not my cup of tea tho, would be interested in seeing how the art form carries out to different characters.

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20 hours ago, EvilHayato said:

I realllllly dig that sculpt.... Im curious to see what the regular version looks like. If its just black with no wash or a way to show details, it will be a big fail.  Getting a serious Madball vibe with this which is awesome. 

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2 hours ago, Satam said:

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Thanks for the pic. I actually didnt see the other post about these things until after I posted on this thread. Its not too shabby. 

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Sort of like the ugly stepbrother to Pops. Kinda dig them, would stand out on the shelf for sure.

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