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The Best Posters of Comic-Con 2014

The best posters of Comic-Con 2014

Much of the press from Comic-Con comes in the form of descriptions of moving images. Everyone wants to hear about the footage being shown in the cavernous Hall H of the San Diego Convention Center. But there’s so much more to the annual geek culture event, including plenty of great memorabilia releases, a slew of awesome comic art and panels (because what would Comic-Con be without actual comics) and some great film art, as well. Galleries such as Mondo, Bottleneck, Gallery Nucleus and even movie studios bring awesome poster releases to the event every year.

To celebrate this explosion of art, we’ve rounded up the best and brightest of Comic-Con 2014’s movie poster selection.

Up first, a selection of studio prints, including a massive Avengers: Age of Ultron concept print, some Jurassic World love, a gorgeous Mad Max: Fury Road poster, a poster for the space thriller Air from Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, an early tease for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, a big poster for The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies, and Marvel’s first Ant-Man print:

Avengers: Age of Ultron concept art

Marvel Studios

Ant-Man poster

Marvel Studios

Jurassic World Comic-Con poster

Universal Pictures

Mad Max: Fury Road poster

Warner Bros.

Air movie poster

Skybound Entertainment

Lionsgate

Lionsgate

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies poster

Warner Bros.

The folks at Mondo also brought their A-game to Comic-Con. This year they not only released a few awesome posters — including one for the new Heavy Metal movie and a tease of their upcoming Batman 75th Anniversary gallery show — they also announced that they are getting into the toy business.

Mondo: Heavy Metal

Killian Eng / Mondo

Mondo: Batman 75 Joker print

Jason Edmiston / Mondo

On the next page, Mondo and Marvel Studios go crazy for Guardians of the Galaxy >>

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet.

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