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July 18, 2012

‘Dark Knight Rises': Mondo’s Batman poster here today, gone tomorrow

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 Dark Knight Rises: Mondos Batman poster here today, gone tomorrow

Hey, we love Hockney prints and Oaxacan folk art as much as anyone, but, really, is there anything that adds more character to the decor of your home and/or underground cave than a grim slice of Gotham City eye candy?

Mondo is selling this Olly Moss poster (16 inches by 24 inches) for just 24 hours and the clock is ticking (the Austin-based Mondo will cut off orders at 12:01 a.m. Central Time on Thursday morning — that’s 10:01 p.m. Wednesday  in L.A.) and they won’t accept orders afterward.  Essentially it’s a limited-edition run where the size of that run is pre-determined by the fan urgency expressed within a single day. And that single day happens to be on the eve of the release of the most-awaited superhero film in history. Nicely done, Mondo, smart and savvy.

We’ll be having a lot of coverage here on “The Dark Knight Rises” and all of that coverage it’s going to be 100% spoiler free. The same goes for the stuff we’ve already posted and the headlines below. I saw Chris Nolan’s film two weeks ago and if I was going to ruin the good stuff, well, I would have done it by now, right? So bookmark us and add us to your pop-culture Web patrol — you’ll be glad you did.

– Geoff Boucher

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