Here's the Mexican lobby card for Stranger from Venus (1954), Venus Nos Ataca. A little rough in its transition from left to right, the card's illustration elements are a bit confusing as to what this movie is about. The movie is also known as Immediate Disaster.
A big spider, rock guys, and moon maidens in distress. Must be the 1950s. Not the rip-off done with the illustration in the top right corner. I like the addition of the bubble helmet though. I recall the Flash Gordon model kit came with a bubble helmet. The kit didn't come with a fair maiden clinging to his side, though. Now that would have been some model kit.
One of my favorite serials as well as lobby cards. This Mexican lobby card version for Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars (1938), Un Viaje a Marte, is exciting. Great illustration and the movie scene matches the illustration in the top right corner. Perfect.
Kinetic illustration with heavily shadowed combatants contrasted against a bright color make this Mexican lobby card for Patrulla Koreana a romanticized art piece for the ugly actions of war. (See an alternate version, Los Tigres De Korea.)