Viva Chirashi! Japanese Movie Posters 1977 – 2018

Viva Knievel! (1977)

Deadpool 2 (2018) 

Deadpool (2016)

Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 (2015)  

Kinky Boots (2005)

Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters (2017)

Porco Rosso (1992)

Thor / Avengers

Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

Avengers Infinity War (2018)

Batman Ninja (2018)

Sliver (1993)

Cobain: Montage of Heck (2015)

A Chirashi is a printed mini-poster or flyer used to promote film releases in Japan. The size of a typical Chirashi is “B5” (approx 7 x 10 inch /18cm x 26cm). A relatively cheap and space-saving alternative to regular-size industry posters, Chirashis make excellent movie memorabilia collectables. You can find all my Chirashi posts here

6 thoughts on “Viva Chirashi! Japanese Movie Posters 1977 – 2018

  1. For Tyeth

    Again I’m loving seeing these cinema artworks. That Sliver chirashi is really nice. especially the way they made the tower block lock just a little bit like a knife blade using perspective and angle. And is it just me or do Supreme Leader Snoke’s Praetorian Guards in The Last Jedi look suspiciously similar to Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games images? (Both have scarlet red outfits with ribbed detailing and look oriental?) Thanks for sharing.

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    1. The Vintage Toy Advertiser Post author

      Cheers FT. Yes both outfits are very similar and look amazingly cool. Perhaps the sexy red leg in the chirashi for ‘Kinky Boots’ is one of the Praetorian Guards on weekend downtime? Or maybe it’s just Deadpool having some fun 🙂 When I posted up these ads I noticed there was a lot of red and white colour combinations going on, an added theme to the post I think.

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  2. Michael J. Miller

    First, no one does marketing like the team for Deadpool movies. I love their posters, trailers, and ads. They’re the best. Second, THAT ‘BATMAN NINJA’ POSTER IS SO COOL! WOW! I don’t know how I’ve missed hearing much of anything about that but it looks incredible.

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