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Mondo “Let That Be Your Last Battlefield” Star Trek Poster On Sale Friday July 14, 2011

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

The creative artists at Mondo have another one of their limited edition Star Trek posters going on sale on Friday. This time they are taking inspiration from the original Star Trek episode "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield." Check out a preview below.

 

New Mondo Star Trek Poster

Today Mondo announced their latest limited edition Star Trek posters on their Facebook page. Both posters go on sale Friday, July 15, 2011 at a random time. Mondo Tees posters sell out very fast, so to get yours you need to follow @mondonews on Twitter and wait for the announcement.

"Let That Be Your Last Battlefield" poster designed by Tom Whalen. The second print is the newest release in our STAR TREK series and Tom Whalen. According to Mondo "The print is reversible print so you can frame it however you want. Black on the left and white on the right or vice versa! Just depends on how you want to do it!"

24" x 36" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 175. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. $45

Comments

1. Harry Ballz - July 14, 2011

Cool!

2. Orb of the Emissary - July 14, 2011

Awesome, just like the others!

3. Ensign RedShirt - July 14, 2011

Me likey.

4. GNDN - July 14, 2011

That is really cool.

5. Brett Campbell - July 14, 2011

Saw it earlier today on a Star Trek Facebook page and figured it would make it to Trekmovie before the close of the day. Very cool design.

6. Vultan - July 14, 2011

Agreed! Very cool. This may be the closest Trek has ever come to reaching that beatnik, black turtleneck, champagne and cheese area of modern art.

I dig it… maaan. :D

7. Bob Tompkins - July 14, 2011

Very very artsy…

Speaking of artsy, I don’t know who made the editorial decision after the first half of the first season to go with flat lighting rather than the film noire lighting techniques of the first episodes, but it was a bad decision.
I am sure it was a time-factor decision because they kept falling behind schedule early in season one, but those first season episodes were beautiful with the backlighting, the key lights on the eyes; it made it look like a movie every week except for the cheese FX. Add in the new FX by CBS and they are all works of art.

8. Phil - July 14, 2011

Cheesy episode, great poster, though….

9. drew - July 14, 2011

The flames remind me of the Firefox logo (somewhat)

10. trekker 5 - July 14, 2011

Dude that is awesome!! So want one!!

11. Dee - lvs moonsurface - July 14, 2011

Great poster!!!

12. Moxy - July 14, 2011

Silly episode, but I love this poster like I love the others!

13. Dave - July 14, 2011

Yes it was a bit unsubtle, and not really sure how natural selection would produce that outcome, but I still remember the zing! I got the first time I saw the episode when Frank Gorsham delivered the line about the left / right orientation being the discriminator. Aesop wasn’t always subtle either.

14. davidfuchs - July 14, 2011

@Dave

It wasn’t natural selection! It was design by writers… unfortunately often one of the most unintelligent forms imaginable :P

15. CmdrR - July 15, 2011

Looks better than the ep.
Love Frank Gorshin, but LTBYLB (Lordy, even the acronym is dull) is a sloooooow, preachy grind through the galaxy.
Anyway, cool poster!!

16. Trekman - July 15, 2011

Disagree – love this ep!

000………..destruct………..0

17. Some Dude on the Internet - July 15, 2011

Awful episode – great poster.

18. MvRojo - July 15, 2011

Got mine to add to the collection of most of the other Mondo posters.

19. Jorg Sacul - July 15, 2011

I disagree with this being a bad episode– sometimes you have to use the absurd to point out the stupidity of things. This episode did that quite well.

20. Holger - July 15, 2011

Maybe the best one so far.

21. tpresto - July 15, 2011

I love the upside-down Lokai.

That’s an inventive way to show both colors of the faces — If they were facing each other, we would only see both as white or both as black.

22. CJS - July 15, 2011

I’d like to see a poster for Spock’s Brain. Seems that the weaker the episode is the more brilliant a poster this guy can make out of it.

23. James T. West - July 15, 2011

Destruct sequence 1, code 1-1-A,
Destruct sequence 1, code 1-1-A-2-B,
Destruct sequence 1, code 1-B-2-B-3,

0-0-0 destruct…0

24. Artemus Gordon - July 15, 2011

@ 19
Well said Mr. Sacul!

25. AJ - July 15, 2011

A ‘so-so’ episode with a great message, and the estimable Frank Gorshin in fine form, to boot.

The poster is beautiful and brings the message across to those who have seen it better than the ep itself.

26. Holger - July 16, 2011

Re 13: No, there’s no reason why evolution couldn’t bring forth this color pattern. A random mutation which does not bring any disadvantages, that’s already enough. And compare the fur pattern on a skunk. Some animals get an advantage from being highly visible. It scares off potential enemies, if they know about the weapons of the animal.

27. Daoud - July 16, 2011

Could have been genetic manipulation, done on purpose. Originally everyone had black on the right side by design.

However, about 13% of the population, being left-handed gets black on the *wrong* side.

28. Andy Patterson - July 16, 2011

@25 Aj

“A ’so-so’ episode with a great message, and the estimable Frank Gorshin in fine form, to boot.”

My thoughts exactly. Long live Frank.

29. SciFiGuy - July 17, 2011

I’m waiting for the Spock’s Brain poster…

30. Jon Spencer - July 17, 2011

AWesome!

31. Holger - July 18, 2011

I’m waiting for a Doomsday Machine poster.

32. Doug - July 18, 2011

They’re lucky it was day when the guy posed for the planetary side of the poster. :)

I love the idea and if it were my fav eppy, $45 would be a sweet price for it.

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