At every convention I attend, I do these fun 3″ x 4″ tiny watercolors… and, of course, Star Wars is a popular subject matter! Click through to see more.
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At San Diego Comic-Con, I got to host a pair of panels this Star Wars Day that looked ahead into some of the publishing projects for the remainder of 2012 and into 2013. They revealed, among other things, that the chronicles of Vader’s fatherhood will continue, a pop-up acklay is a real showstopper, the classic heroes return to comics in all new adventures with an old school feel, and the Big Three return to a landmark novel that could perhaps be called postapocalyptic (see what I did there?) …
Collectors of Hasbro’s Star Wars toy lines got a sneak peek of what new characters, vehicles, exclusives and more are coming soon to a toy shelf near you! The update includes a preview of the expanding series of Fighter Pods as well as the return of the “Build a Droid” pack-in promotion for 2013, allowing collectors to piece together droids from unique parts included with each action figure. The final slide in the presentation also reveals Hasbro’s 2012 San Diego Comic-Con International exclusive!
Check out the entire slideshow, just beneath the fold…
Star Wars Day kicked off this morning at San Diego Comic-Con International with a Star Wars Collectibles Update panel showcasing new and upcoming releases by eFX, Gentle Giant Studios, Kotobukiya, and Sideshow Collectibles.
Moderated by Lucas Licensing’s Chris Spitale, the previews include sneak peeks at eFX’s new Darth Maul lightsaber and biker scout helmet, Kotobukiya’s new light-up lightsaber chopsticks and Star Wars Bishoujo statue line, and Sideshow’s upcoming sixth-scale figures and new Mythos series!
Below the fold, check out the slideshow presentations to get a first look at what’s coming from eFX, Kotobukiya, and Sideshow!
San Diego Comic-Con 2012 is now under way, and plenty of the our newest bloggers are on hand! Check back from now until the end of the weekend for updates from Pablo Hidalgo, Katie Cook, Jennifer Landa and the StarWars.com team, and perhaps a few more surprises. Or, if you’d rather see it for yourself, our Flickr slideshow above will update throughout the weekend with photos of all things Star Wars at Comic-Con! (And if you’ve got your own Star Wars photos from the floor, be sure to share them in the Star Wars @ ComicCon Flickr group!)
San Diego Comic-Con International begins today, and I’ll be moderating a trio of panels this weekend. As I rush to make sure that we’re all clear on what we’ll be talking about, and all the video and visuals are good to go, I’m thinking back to my first Comic-Con, back in the summer of 2001. It was a very different animal back then.
On the final mile of the journey from Santa Monica to San Diego Comic-Con, co-hosts Alex Albrecht and Alison Haislip recap their Course of the Force experiences.
That’s a wrap, folks! Course of the Force has completed its epic journey from Santa Monica to San Diego Comic-Con! Check out our photos from the final day of the event and come back for our recap video and more fun from the final day!