ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR DECEMBER 14, 2015

Since the new movie is opening on December 18th I thought I should throw a few Star Wars alt-posters into the mix this week. As always I hope you all like this latest batch.

The Hunger Games by Daniel Norris

The Hunger Games by Daniel Norris

The Dark Knight by Raj Khatri

The Dark Knight by Raj Khatri

Star Wars: The Force Awakens by Hounworks

Star Wars: The Force Awakens by Hounworks

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back by Juan Esteban

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back by Juan Esteban

Star Wars: A New Hope by Tyler Stout

Star Wars: A New Hope by Tyler Stout

Star Wars: A New Hope by Phantom City Creative

Star Wars: A New Hope by Phantom City Creative

Planet of the Apes by Ken Taylor

Planet of the Apes by Ken Taylor

Godzilla by Adam Cockerton

Godzilla by Adam Cockerton

Django Unchained by Cranio Dsgn

Django Unchained by Cranio Dsgn

Big Hero 6 by The Dark Inker

Big Hero 6 by The Dark Inker

American Psycho by Timothy Pittides

American Psycho by Timothy Pittides

47 Ronin by Salvador Anguiano

47 Ronin by Salvador Anguiano

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Coke Navarro

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Coke Navarro

They Live by Marc Palm

They Live by Marc Palm

Watchmen by Kevin Tong

Watchmen by Kevin Tong

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5 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR DECEMBER 14, 2015

  1. First off, I must say that cross-imagery from the light-saber is something else! Next we’re still scared Luke might not get out of the way of that massive foot! Then we have the comic style drawing and what stands out the most is that U.K. dude who reminds me of Bing Crosby but I’m juggling much stuff and I can’t remember his name. With the next we can see that Darth has his son often on his “mind”.

    (Don’t ask me to recall Beneath The Planet of The Apes. That was far too traumatic.) Skipped through a few more and see something that reminds me of the artist Nagel for so many Duran Duran covers. Good, good! Moving on… TMNT: I know precious nothing… They Live, g’ah! Good artwork but that movie still haunts me to this day. Okay, I’ve likely done a crappy job of commenting but I did my best in my current December mode here.

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