Phantasm Ornament

Mondo’s Phantasm Ornament Is A Ball. Madballs Too!

I should absolutely clarify that statement. Mondo is totally offering the Sentinel Sphere as an ornament for your Christmas tree. I ask you, what is more festive than a Phantasm ornament? Who wouldn’t want to hang the deadly flying device of the Tall Man from 1979’s cult classic Phantasm on their bough? How can it get any better than that?

In this case I suppose the answer might be an ornament of the Tall Man himself. Although a strong argument could be made of course for the addition of the deadly Dwarves from the film.
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However, it IS the time of year to be thankful. As always of course Mondo gives plenty of reasons for that.

Phantasm Ornament

All images courtesy of Mondo.


This has been given the blessing of the creator of Phantasm, Don Coscarelli. Of course. Which is why Mondo teamed up with Middle of Beyond to produce the Sentinel Sphere ornament.
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Seriously. How can you not want Phantasm’s Sentinel Sphere on your tree? Now you can hop right on over to Mondo’s Official shop site to order your very own.

Now how do you top the Phantasm ornament? With Madballs of course!

[Via] American Greetings Entertainment

Madballs was created in 1985 by American Greetings – that is totally right. The same company that dreamed up the Care Bears had a hand in this 80’s merchandising property. Why were these goofy balls so popular to kids in the mid-80s? For one thing all sorts of gross-out properties were popular at that time. I give you the Garbage Pail Kids as an prime example!
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Now thanks to Mondo and Middle of Beyond you too can proudly display Horn Head, Slobulus, Dust Brain, and Skull Face on your tree! You can click here to visit Middle of the Beyond’s official site to purchase the Madballs ornaments.
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I can only presume by next year we will be able to purchase Inhumanoids and Beetlejuice ornaments!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle MadBalls

This gruesome piece was done by Retroist regular Christopher Tupa. It is a mashup between the world of TNMT and MadBalls that was done as a commission for a lucky fan of Christopher’s work.

Looking at it, I cannot help but feel that their is a missed opportunity in the MadBall world. I would pay money to own some licensed characters in MadBall form.

Madballs 2nd Commerical!


Thanks to Sean Hartter’s awesome Hornhead illustration yesterday and the awesome Madballs advertisement from our very own Retroist a year ago and let’s not forget Doug’s fantastic unboxing video that you can see below…the time seems ripe for a true Madballs revival!

Thanks to Pepsiman1985 for uploading this video over on YouTube and to Madballs Central for the stickers pictured up top!