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Konami and Mondo team up to bring Silent Hill, Contra and Castlevania music to vinyl

But first, a pair of Mondo's trademark, limited-edition prints

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Japanese publisher Konami is partnering with Mondo — the Austin, Texas-based company known for its limited-edition movie posters — to create a line of prints, soundtracks and collectibles based on the company's video games.

Mondo's first release is a pair of posters based on Konami's Silent Hill and Castlevania. Later this year, Mondo will release a "limited edition premiere vinyl pressing" of the original Castlevania soundtrack and a polystone statue based on Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

More vinyl soundtracks are in the works, as well: Castlevania 2: Simon's Quest, Castlevania 3: Dracula's Curse, Super Castlevania 4 and Symphony Of The Night. Other soundtracks from the Silent Hill and Contra franchises are also mentioned in a press release.

The first prints, from artists Becky Cloonan and Sam Wolfe Connelly, seen below, will be available at this week's Emerald City Comiccon in Seattle. Any remaining posters will be sold through Mondo's website.

Connelly's Silent Hill print will be limited to 200 copies, while Cloonan's Castlevania print is limited to 300. Both posters measure 18 inches by 24 inches.

Mondo's first Castlevania soundtrack and its Symphony of the Night statue will be available at San Diego Comic-Con in July.

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