Here’s a look at Hal Jordan sporting the costumes and rings of the other Lantern Corps.Â The action figures were exclusive only to the San Diego Comic Con, and attendees could only buy two per day, which means they’re up on eBay now, with very high asking prices.Â Right now, one complete autographed set is going for $450. Thanks to Gilbert for the tip! via Flickr
Dr. Peter Coogan sent an e-mail letting us know that the Comics Arts Conference will have a T-Shirt available at the show for attendees to pick up.Â Fans who want to support scholarly activity regarding comics and pop culture, should stop by the Comic-Con Boutique or the Graphitti booth, and pick up a couple. If you want to find out more about the Comics Arts Conference at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con, check out our recent discussion with Dr. Coogan.
This year at the San Diego Comic-Con, Dark Horse Comics is giving attendees a chance to snatch up an exclusive Domo “Qee” transparent variant.Â The only place to get your hands on the NHK television mascot is to attend the convention (or just wait until it appears on eBay the week after). The Domo Qee program, to be launched nationwide in August, is Dark Horseâ€™s first try at the popular â€œblind boxâ€ or â€œmystery boxâ€ format. Individual figures are packed in small boxes; the only way to know which particular figure is inside a particular box is to purchase and
Those heading up to the Emerald City ComiCon this weekend in Seattle, Washington, should stop by the Boom! Studios booth, say “Hi” to everyone working, and get some autographs from the creators on hand.Â Boom! sent Major Spoilers the breakdown of the show exclusives, and word on the panel it is hosting Saturday afternoon.
Calling the Spoiler Legion!Â Â If you are in Los Angeles this Friday (December 19, 2008), head down to Meltdown Comics and meet Paul Dini.Â The man behind Batman: The Animated Series, and more recently Detective Comics,Â will be signing Top Cow’s Jungle Belle: Santa Claus Vs. Frankenstein, and copies of Madame Mirage trades. Dini will be on hand from 7:00 – 10:00 PM at Meltdown Comics, 7522 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles CA for a Q&A with fans.Â Cookies and eggnog will be provided for attendees.Â WOOT! Take your Major Spoilers mini-poster with you, get a picture with you and Dini
File this in the rumor file, but those attending the San Diego Comic Con next month might get a double dose of Watchmen goodness. First is the rumor attendees might be seeing some of the very first footage from the film during the Dark Knight panel. The second is Nite Owl’s ship might be on the show floor. When asked whether Nite Owl’s ship would land at Comic Con, Zack once again tripped over his words and let out that revealing smile as he discussed how expensive it would be to do so. Expensive, but so very sweet. I can
Press Release Today, Midway announced they’ll be hosting a Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe panel with MK co-creator Ed Boon and comic scribe Jimmy Palmiotti on Friday, July 25 at Comic-Con 2008. Worlds Collide: The Making of Midway’s Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe – Ed Boon (Mortal Kombat) and Jimmy Palmiotti (Painkiller Jane) discuss how two billion-dollar entertainment franchises collide as Mortal Kombat warriors battle DC superheroes for the first time ever in this highly anticipated video game. Join Ed Boon and Jimmy Palmiotti for an exclusive look at never-before-seen gameplay, the unveiling of key characters on the game’s roster,
Zenescope has a whole lotta things going on at Wizard World Philadelphia taking place May 30 – June 1, 2008. Not only will the company have several convention exclusives, but the company is also hosting a Wizard School panel, creator signings, and an after party bash. â€œPhilly Wizard World is in our backyard and weâ€™re extremely excited about this one.â€ said Zenescope President Joe Brusha. â€œWe debuted our very first issue at the Philly con back in â€™05 and the fans who showed up supported us right out of the gate and weâ€™re so appreciative of that. Weâ€™re looking forward
The Josh Medors Benefit Auction has grown to such huge proportions, it’s hard to keep up with the items on the auction block at the upcoming Emerald City ComiCon. The latest piece attendees can bid on is an original work from Frank Frazetta. “Having Frank Frazetta donate a sketch is a feather in the cap to an already amazing outpouring of support for Josh that has been shown by the comics community,” said ECCC Organizer Jim Demonakos. “We’ve hardly had time to take pictures and catalog the overwhelming amount of items donated!” The silent auction is active now, and you
Okay, so it is more like the Kara clone Galatea from the Justice League Unlimited, but it is probably the closest thing we’re going to get to a JLU figure based on the busty heroine. There are a lot more photos of the new JLU figures (including Captain Atom and a well done Giganta) over at Action Figure Insider. All of the photos were taken by con attendees, which reminds me; Did anyone go to the show and want to share their photos? Contact Stephen Schleicher and we’ll get them up for all to see. via Action Figure Insider
Hopefully the alphabet headline hasn’t thrown you into a tizzy, but the good news is NECA, the company that has recently acquired the licensing rights to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, will offer a show exclusive at the New York Comic Con. Peter Laird, co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, will be appearing at the NECA booth on Saturday, April 19th, from 1PM-3PM, signing a New York Comic Con Exclusive Edition Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Box Set. This set contains all four Ninja Turtle action figures, plus additional accessories and diorama bases. This exclusive, limited to just 500 pieces,
Otaku USA has a great article on how to review manga titles the correct way. This could really catch on, and I’m thinking to help the movement, Major Spoilers should set up our own comic book tasting marathons. Of course we’d turn it into a drinking game with the following rules: Take a drink when: Batman is a dick Superman strikes a pose to instill fear in the enemy Wolverine appears in a title someone in the room shouts “I’m not a Skrull, I swear!” there is a reference to Tom Welling or Tom Welling Prime someone complains that we