We’ve still got a few weeks to go before Comic Con International: San Diego happens and while a couple of press releases have hit our Media Command HQ email, I feel the dam is about to burst. We’ve just received some coolness regarding Factory Entertainment and you can check that out down below. Also, you might want to check out THIS LINK as it will keep a running list of any of the other San Diego Comic Con posts that I do. Let’s read on shall we?
The Press Release:
Factory Entertainment, Inc., has revealed its limited edition San Diego Comic-Con exclusive offerings for 2019, and it’s the company’s most ambitious with a total of 20 different collectibles from a wide range of pop-culture movies and TV shows.
Each limited edition convention exclusive is available to pre-order on Factory Entertainment’s website (http://www.factoryent.com) now through Tuesday, July 9th, to either pick up at the company’s booth (#2743) or to ship directly to a collector’s address after San Diego Comic-Con.
Coming ‘atcha with a double dose of companies in this Toy Fair 2016 installment as I give a quick bunch of visuals from two other fine vendors with Dark Horse and Factory Entertainment.
You already know of Dark Horse from their incredible comics line but some folks didn’t know that they also had toys and statues and other assorted collectible. Can you imagine that? Fortunately my wanderings through Toy Fair let me put that stuff right in front of you so have your wallets ready. These first statues are from the game “Witcher”. I didn’t know much about it coming in but shall be looking more into it to be with the program.
Good morning my friends and welcome back to yet another chapter in our extensive coverage of the 2015 NY Comic Con. You’ve successfully arrived at the first chapter of the Day Three adventuring and this will most likely be a doozy based on the Saturday session being the most populated in terms of the masses that make their way into the Jacob Javits Center. I think last year’s full convention tally was something like 151,000 attendees and for anyone who has walked in on the Saturday it feels like the number was from that day alone. It’s time for Mister Miracle to fire up one of the Boom Tubes because the Metal Maestro is heading into Apokolips (that’s a DC Comics “New Gods” reference for those who have no idea what I am talking about). I’ll start off with this pair of Twisted Fairy Tale cosplayers of Alice and a Wicked Queen. Nice work ladies.
Hello again my toy and collectible loving readers. Welcome back to my in-depth exploration of the 2014 Toy Fair. I’m going to be featuring a LOT of awesome Anime statues in this posting and going to pick up where I left off with some of the Good Smile Company things.