If you're prone to collecting movie posters but don't own an original Mondo print, the time to step your game up is extremely long overdue.

Here's a great place to start. Mondo—the collectible art offshoot of the Alamo Drafthouse theater chain—artists Jay Shaw and Tyler Stout have once again designed the hell out of some unique, modernized, and eye-popping posters for a retro film; in this case, the film in question is the 1984 science fiction cult classic Repo Man, in which Emilio Estevez plays a punk rocker who becomes a repossession agent, meets a beautiful girl, and discovers four alien corpses in the trunk of a 1964 Chevrolet Malibu. You know, that old story.

Mondo's pair of excellent posters are being released in conjunction with Repo Man's April 16 re-release via The Criterion Collection—Shaw's artwork serves as the Criterion disc's cover, while Stout's design appears on the inner sleeve.

For those interested in hanging either insane poster on his or her bedroom wall, here are the stats:

REPO MAN by Jay Shaw (on the top left)
Edition of 195
Size: 18x24
Price: $45
Sale date: Tuesday, April 16 @ MondoTees.com

REPO MAN by Tyler Stout (on the top right)
Edition of 510 Regular / 220 Glow in the Dark Variant
Size: 18x24
Price: $45 Regular / $65 Variant
Sale date: Tuesday, April 16 @ MondoTees.com

Follow @MondoNews for further on-sale announcements.

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Written by Matt Barone (@MBarone)