Batman: The Animated Series Mondo Gallery Review

This afternoon, my dashing date and I entered the courtyard behind Mondo for their current gallery, Batman: The Animated Series.
By date, I’m referring to Littles. When I say dashing, he immediately took to the sweet women working the sign in table for Fons PR, informing them that he is a very big fan of Batman. He also shared that he just got a new dresser. Kid news.

I am unsure if he was anticipating what he did, the gallery blew my toddlers mind. When we walked in, he instantly took to the record they had on display. I was glad we got there early, so Littles could roam around freely. We talked openly about which variants we liked better and why. Which posters showcased the best characters or stories. We both agreed we enjoyed the Arkham Asylum’s booking photo print the most.

There were wonderful OG portraits of Batman, Harlequin, Cat Woman and Joker, which were also a big hit for us. I enjoyed their smaller size. The color and talent had me considering how long they had to take.

I also enjoyed a sweet and delicate, yet vicious print with Poison Ivy ( A.k.a. Pamela Lillian Isley) poised upon a rose. She’s a favorite villain in our home. Bigs instantly gasped when she’d seen our photos.

Mondo had also compiled a set that was nicely laid out. I’m a sucker for post card sized prints and really only wanted the mugshots, but I could see how interesting the rest of box would be.

Finally, I’d like to mention the two records they’d had on display. It was really cool to imagine queuing up “Batman” or “Superman” since they were cut in shape of their emblems! I also would probably have been paranoid that I’d break batman.

There were a lot of previous works, which was nice to see all together. It was a fun gallery that made us smile and stare intently.

Without further ado, here’s their collection.

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