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Type Merchandise manufacturer
Status Active
  • Tim League
  • Kier-La Janisse
  • Lester Smolenski
  • Rob Jones
  • Mitch Putnam
Founded 2004
Austin, Texas, United States
Also known as Alamo Tees (2004-2007)
Parent company
Preceded by Bang-On (2001-2004)
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Mondo is an American company that manufactures collectible merchandise. Founded in 2004 as Mondo Tees, a branch of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema chain, Mondo operated as a t-shirt store before it began acquiring the licenses to popular franchises and creating a wide variety of artwork and merchandise based on them. It has produced various types of merchandise for giant monster properties such as Godzilla, King Kong, Pacific Rim, and more. In 2022, the American toy manufacturer Funko acquired Mondo from Alamo Drafthouse.

Soft vinyl figures


Mondoids are stylized vinyl busts of characters' upper bodies. Mondo produced a Mondoid for each of the two titular characters from Godzilla vs. Kong.



Colossal Giant Monster Maquette

This polystone statue depicts Gloria's unnamed monstrous avatar from Colossal. Jason Wires Productions, Magical Illusion Factory, Paul Hanley, and Ramirez Studios created it with the aid of the CG model from the film.[1]


Godzilla 89 Premium Scale Statue

This statue depicts Godzilla as he appears in Godzilla vs. Biollante, with a Biollante tendril and crashed Super X2 on the base. 15 inches wide and 18 inches tall, it is made from polystone, vinyl, and PVC.[2] Mark Newman and Hector Arce sculpted it, Eric Siebenaler designed it, and Hector Arce painted it.[2] Swappable jaw pieces allow Godzilla to be displayed with an open or closed mouth; a Limited Edition version also includes a swappable battle-damaged arm and atomic breath piece. It was released in March 2021.


Godzilla by Attack Peter

This roto vinyl and PVC small-scale statue stands at 8.25 inches and was designed by artist Attack Peter.



Godzilla - The Animated Series (1970s)

This roto vinyl and PVC statue depicts Godzilla as he appears in the Hanna-Barbera animated TV series. It stands 7.5" tall, or 8.25" with the removable base. Tufan Sezer sculpted it, Hector Arce designed and painted it, and Mike Bonanno designed the packaging.[3]

Gojira (1954)

This roto vinyl and PVC statue depicts Godzilla as he appears in his 1954 debut film, holding a smoking Mitsubishi F-86F Sabre. It stands 7.5" tall, or 8.25" with the removable base. Tufan Sezer and Hilary Arce sculpted it and Damian DeMartino designed the packaging.[4]


Godzilla - Godzilla: Tokyo SOS

This polystone/resin statue depicts Godzilla as he appears in Godzilla: Tokyo SOS, battling the two Mothra Larva with one of Kiryu's railguns lying on the ground in front of them. It has a 15 inch base diameter, with the statue itself being 17 inches wide, 16 inches tall with no attachment, and 20 inches tall with the Larva attached. The figure includes the two larva; swappable Godzilla jaws, including a closed jaw, a jaw with Mothra Imago's leg in it, and a head firing atomic breath; and a swappable tail tip for the attachable larva.

Mothra - Godzilla: Tokyo SOS

This polystone and PVC statue depicts Mothra with her egg as she appears in Godzilla: Tokyo SOS. The statue stands at 16 inches tall and 19 inches wide when accounting for Mothra's wingspan. The rock Mothra is perched on is decorated with designs of both her symbol and the Shobijin, and the statue comes with the egg.



Enamel pins




This is a list of references for Mondo. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. "Colossal Giant Monster Maquette". Mondo. Retrieved 26 December 2021.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Godzilla 89 Premium Scale Statue". Mondo. Retrieved 26 December 2021.
  3. "GODZILLA MUSEUM: Godzilla - The Animated Series (1970s)". Mondo. Retrieved 26 December 2021.
  4. "GODZILLA MUSEUM: Gojira (1954)". Mondo. Retrieved 26 December 2021.


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