Goonies 15 Stout

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mademehmmm
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 7:00 am

Everyone looks pretty spot on but Chunk
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 8:18 am

Looks fantastic. :)
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 8:32 am

Amazing work
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 8:38 am

Great print... looking forward to the drop of pain and suffering.

They should get a piano and have us play the notes on the back of the print. That might be easier than the drop for us that never took lessons.
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 9:25 am

Not a mondo fanboy at all, but this is pretty drymounting rad.
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 9:27 am

natepachl wrote:Not a mondo fanboy at all, but this is pretty drymounting rad.

first mondo print i have given a fudge about in years.
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 9:33 am

the hype will be strong with this one.
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 9:36 am

Let's #HYPE the fudge out of this thing!







...but seriously so good :oops:
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 9:45 am

^ it is.
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 10:03 am

Best Stout print in a long time.
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 11:23 am

bethemonkey wrote:Great print... looking forward to the drop of pain and suffering.

They should get a piano and have us play the notes on the back of the print. That might be easier than the drop for us that never took lessons.
Maybe the notes are the password for Stouts online drop. Now that would be something.
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 11:26 am

If I fail on this drop, you're all going to B-flat.
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 12:19 pm

SnakeEyes75 wrote:
KSUvet wrote:
listerfeend wrote:
Superfro33 wrote:I just watched the film and I want to watch the film again. I always want to watch this film.

Print is killer.
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Nailed it.

Also, I'm going to guess that the octopus is on the variant only. With the scene being deleted, it's perfect for the ol' Stout reg-var switcheroo.
Since I'm new what other reg / variant differences has Stout made on other prints?

Also I was wondering about the process to get in to the screening where they gave these away? Were there only 300 seats? And if so was getting a ticket basically like a print drop in and of itself? Many had speculated that Stout would be doing the print, so I'm sure it wasn't easy to get those tickets. Just wondering how that was handled, I'm thinking of going next year.
Process:
  • Buy a ticket to MondoCon ($47.12)
  • Receive announcement about screening, time, and prices
  • Wonder about what could possibly be worth $100
  • Receive announcement about EventBrite sign-up time.
  • Go to Eventbrite and wait patiently for tickets to go on sale
  • Pray to blasphemous gods for inhuman abilities.
  • Quickly add the show to your cart
  • Check out before the cart times out ($103.49)
  • Go to MondoCon in Austin
  • Survive the day amidst wild speculation about what the print could be and who the artist is, all the while spending more money that you have
  • Attend the screening
  • Finally find out the poster artist and what it looks like
  • File out of the screening
  • receive poster
That was pretty much my process. I'm sure that my list will be amended/corrected soon
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 2:00 pm

Process:
  • Buy a ticket to MondoCon ($47.12)
  • Receive announcement about screening, time, and prices
  • Wonder about what could possibly be worth $100
  • Receive announcement about EventBrite sign-up time.
  • Go to Eventbrite and wait patiently for tickets to go on sale
  • Pray to blasphemous gods for inhuman abilities.
  • Quickly add the show to your cart
  • Check out before the cart times out ($103.49)
  • Go to MondoCon in Austin
  • Survive the day amidst wild speculation about what the print could be and who the artist is, all the while spending more money that you have
  • Attend the screening
  • Finally find out the poster artist and what it looks like
  • File out of the screening
  • receive poster
That was pretty much my process. I'm sure that my list will be amended/corrected soon



Thanks for posting. I see it's fairly involved, but at the end I think it all seems worth it, don't you?
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Sun Oct 04, 2015 2:47 pm

KSUvet wrote:If I fail on this drop, you're all going to B-flat.
:clap:
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