Monday, April 26, 2010

Monster Monday!

If it's Monday, it's time for Monster stuff!

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Check out these monster stickers -- some of those images look awfully familiar, don't they? More of these after the jump!

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Almost looks like if you put these together the right way, you'll make a big poster!

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If you don't look at the cast list, I'll bet you couldn't guess that this is the Italian poster for "Monster Zero," could you?

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Apparently whoever put the lobby cards together for the Italians (they call them "photobustas," as you may recall) apparently did not care whether or not they even featured Toho monsters, much less stuff from "Monster Zero"!

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This Japanese poster for "Monster Zero" is much more to the point, isn't it?

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So is this one!

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Mexican lobby card for "Monster Zero"!

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Spanish poster!

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French lobby card for "Mothra"!

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"Mothra" lobby cards!

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"Mothra" pressbook!

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In case you weren't here two days ago for the "Movie of the Week," here's a few Mummy (Universal) lobby cards you missed!

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I believe "The Mummy's Ghost" will be next week's "Movie of the Week"!

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"The Mysterians" -- stills?!? Looks more like artwork prepared before the movie was made... I wonder why these were what was provided by the studio?

Next week: Monster stuff starting with the letter "N" and "O"!

2 comments:

  1. These are eye candies! Great round ups. I love how they conceptualized Gamerra and I think it would be great to see a remake (live action or anime). Then after seeing Boris Karloff's the Mummy, talk about classics. I prefer Boris and Lon Sr., acting than Bela and Christopher's monster roles. Mr. Lee did well as Count Dooku but that's another story.

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  2. Glad you enjoyed them!

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