Good news, fans of Metal Gear Solid. Mondo art house is bringing a couple of MSG goodies to this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. There are two merchandises to look out for. The first is a poster with artwork by Sachin Teng and the second item is the first-time-on-vinyl soundtrack released for the 1998 Playstation video game. The poster is of 18” x 24” features a stylized take, in a primary crimson palette, on the final showdown between Solid Snake (and Gray Fox) and Liquid Snake against the background of the Metal Gear REX.

The poster has a limited run of just 225 copies and will be available at Mondo’s booth at SDCC, priced at $50 a piece. Then there is the soundtrack in a two LP collection. The first is the “Gray Fox Edition” that comes in a gatefold jacket embossed with a very cool graphic of Gray Fox helmet and with vinyl artwork by Randy Ortiz. Only 1,000 copies will be sold at the convention for $35 a pop.

Non-show goers, including yours truly here, will not be left in the cold (at least not with the annoying Raven) because, you and I will be able to bag the not-as-cool-but-still-somewhat-cool “standard edition” featuring dear old Solid Snake on the cover in an abstract green hue illustration and Sniper Wolf’s pets (read: wolves) inside the fold. That will be available sometime later in the summer at Mondo’s website and record stores.

NOW READ  Planned “World’s 1st Halal Nightclub” in Saudi Promptly Gets Shut

In a related news, Mondo will also be offering 500 numbers of Venom Mondoid Vinyl Figure in SDCC exclusive color, 500 copies of SDCC exclusive Blade Runner 2049 original motion picture soundtrack 2 LP set and 1000 copies of Who Framed Roger Rabbit original motion picture soundtrack LP. There are more make-your-broke merch coming soon. You can keep tab on what’s being announced and what’s new over at Mondo webpage HERE.

Images: Mondo.

Source: Mashable.

Published by Mike chua

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.