Make a Better ‘X-Men: First Class’ Poster, Win a Vintage X-Men Lithograph

There’s is no explanation for the atrociously bad X-Men: First Class posters that his the internet with a vengeance yesterday. Why Professor X’s head is popping out of his own blacked-out silhouette’s crotch is beyond comprehension.

So we won’t even try. What we will try is a contest where you, dear reader, make a better version of the poster. Up for grabs is a prize that I’m thinking about keeping for myself: a 1999 Lithographic recreation of the first “X-Men” issue cover drawn by the insanely talented Alex Ross (which you can see below).

How do you enter?

Like this:

  1. Create a poster for X-Men: First Class.
  2. Email it to us at editors@filmschoolrejects.com by Friday, March 11th
  3. Cross your fingers.

We’ll announce the winner with a gallery of selected posters next Monday.

Ideal size would be around 640×860, but that’s just a guide.

One (1) winner will receive the 17 inch x 27 inch lithographic drawn by Alex Ross:

Have fun, and good luck!

A veteran of writing about movies for nearly a decade, Scott Beggs has been the Managing Editor of Film School Rejects since 2009. Despite speculation, he is not actually Walter Mathau's grandson. See? He can't even spell his name right.

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