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Cool Limited Edition “Trouble With Tribbles” Poster Goes On Sale Friday July 22, 2010

by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Art,TOS , trackback

Last month the Alamo Drafthouse/Mondo released the first of their limited edition Star Trek posters for "Space Seed". That poster sold out in just hours. Tomorrow they will be putting their second poster in the ‘Trek episodes envisioned as movie posters’ series, this time taking on "The Trouble With Tribbles". Check it out and get more details below


Tribbles: The Poster

These two limited-edition 18-inch-by-24-inch "The Trouble With Tribbles" posters from Mondo were designed by Olly Moss and they go on sale at the Mondo website at a ‘random time’ on Friday. There are 350 Blue/Spock versions and 190 Red/Uhura versions. Also you can follow @MondoNews on Twitter

Comments

1. The Rusted Robot - July 22, 2010

I don’t know…they’re pretty cool…but you have to be pretty quick if you’re going to get one.

2. CmdrR - July 22, 2010

I like Uhura’s points better than Spock’s.

3. Phaser Guy - July 22, 2010

For that price? No way. I’ve seen better art on book covers.

4. MC1 Doug - July 22, 2010

#2: that was kinda crass… but at the same time, kinda funny.

5. ModelMaker - July 22, 2010

the space seed poster was a better piece of art.

6. CarlG - July 22, 2010

Minimalist brilliance! WANT.

7. Weerd1 - July 22, 2010

They remind me of old LP covers. I like them.

8. bill hiro - July 22, 2010

@ # 7, I had exactly the same reaction.

9. Jimtibkirk - July 22, 2010

Along the bottom: Kirk, Chekov, Bones, Uhura, Sulu, Scotty, Spock.

How’d I do?

10. allister gourlay - July 22, 2010

in fact the beatles a hard days night album cover – really cool designs!

11. The First Son of Krypton - July 23, 2010

#9

Spot on, I think?

12. Shunnabunich - July 23, 2010

#9, #11: That’s exactly what I thought they were, too. Pretty amazing how identifiable they all are by just their hairstyles.

13. Admiral Shatner - July 23, 2010

Shiny. They need to make mass produced versions.

14. sean - July 23, 2010

I’m holding out for a kickass “Mirror, Mirror” poster.

15. rm10019 - July 23, 2010

Nice, i will try to get one of each.

#3 where does it say the price for these??

16. The Geek that Gets Laid Often - July 23, 2010

Why is Sulu’s head there? He wasn’t in the episode (however, his name is missing in the poster’s credits).

17. DS9 Rocks - July 23, 2010

it’s on sale NOW (1 pm EST).

18. DS9 Rocks - July 23, 2010

sold out…. WOW.

19. IHBAASBYF - July 23, 2010

Bummer! I had the Spock one, but by the time I was ready to finish checking out it was gone. Isn’t it a little ironic that a Tribbles poster should have a limited run?

20. Daoud - July 23, 2010

Ah yes, but capture the image above, and print your own lower image quality 8 x 11: for educational use only, of course.

21. Jim Girardi - July 23, 2010

ALL SOLD OUT! They were gone in about 30 minutes. Got both though so they will go nicely with KHAAAAAAAAN!!!!!

22. rm10019 - July 23, 2010

Wow that was fast. Already a ton available on the secondary market.

23. Phaser Guy - July 23, 2010

Wow. People bought that?

24. Fletch Gannon - July 23, 2010

I’ll wait unit they mass produce the entire 80 episodes into a coffee-table book…

25. Thelev - July 23, 2010

Phaser Guy,

Yeah, because it’s awesome.

26. .Christopher Seeley - July 23, 2010

It has a real 60′s feel to it.

27. Captain Conrad - July 23, 2010

Dammit!!!!!!!!!

28. kent - July 23, 2010

Hey there going for 200.00 bucks on Ebay… Enjoy!

29. Jimtibkirk - July 24, 2010

$14K worth of posters sold in 30 minutes, not bad.

I know what you’re asking: how does that compare to 30 minutes of Con photo ops with The Shat?

$90 every 30 seconds for 30 minutes = $5400.

Bill, I’d buy a piece of that poster company if I were you. A man’s gotta eat after all :)

30. MJ - July 25, 2010

Don’t worry everyone, there is still plenty of “Sulu” perfume left in stock.

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