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VOTING NOW LIVE – Help Nerdlocker Determine The Greatest Mondo Print Of All Time!

Voting for the first round of the 2012 bracket is now live. Your votes can be placed HERE.

There can be only one. Keep telling yourself that boys and girls, because as the brackets shrink down, tough decisions will have to be made.

Mondo has put out some legendary prints over the years.

Tyler Stout’s The Thing

Olly Moss’s Evil Dead

Martin Ansin’s Phantom of the Opera

There can be only one…

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Starting Monday April 1st, Nerdlocker will begin a six month process in determining the greatest print Mondo has ever released based on YOUR votes. Polls will run every Monday through Friday, and the prints with the most votes will advance to the next round.

Once the top two prints are determined for each year, those prints will enter one final bracket, the Champions Bracket. They will be joined alongside four wild card prints to be determined based on their overall number of votes. As some of Mondo’s earlier years don’t have as many prints to choose from, those brackets will consist of only 16 teams. Prints from the years 2005-2007 will all face off in a bracket all their own. There will be seven brackets total, and six months from now, only one print will remain standing. There can be only one.

The fans have spoken, and the bracket has been updated to reflect four prints that were not included in the original bracket.

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If you are unfamiliar with any of the prints, you can check them out in our match up preview below. Close up pics for most of the prints can be seen at the Mondo Archive.

Bracket EASTBracket WEST

And for a woman’s perspective on print collecting and the whole Mondo phenom, Check out Andrea Schultz’s bi-weekly article, “Speaking of Boobs”

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