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Upcoming Release by Tom Whalen, Kevin Tong, and Matt Taylor for...

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Tom Whalen

The Avengers by Matt Taylor

Batman Utility Belt by Kevin Tong

Batman Utility Belt (Variant) by Kevin Tong

Upcoming Release by Tom Whalen, Kevin Tong, and Matt Taylor for Mondo

Mondo will be release some really awesome art prints by Tom Whalen, Kevin Tong, and Matt Taylor. These posters go on sale today, July 12th, and I imagine they’ll go quick. I mean, how awesome are those Batman prints?! Head over to Mondo to get your prints.

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