Without further ado, here’s the index for the entries for CustomCon 40.
Thanks to all who participated!
SPACEBALLS – THE (custom) ACTION FIGURE SERIES
5″ tall statue figures of DARK HELMET, LONE STARR, BARFF, PRINCESS VESPA, and DOT MATRIX. Inspired by the 1987 Mel Brooks film.
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As has been their tradition for the last few year, Hasbro kicked off NYCC 2015 with their ‘Twas the Night Before… Party, revealing new items from their action figure brands. We took a look at their Marvel and Star Wars lines, with a focus on their 6-inch figures in Marvel Legends and the Black Series from Star Wars. And we got to chat with our long-time friend, Jesse Falcon, from the Marvel licensing team.
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LEGO has been busy revealing images of their seven (!) new sets for The Force Awakens over the course of the day, but didn’t release details on each until we officially hit Force Friday. I’m still trying to avoid spoilers, so I haven’t paid much attention to what’s actually been announced – but it’s nice to see that a lot of the iconic vehicles from the Original Trilogy are still represented.
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One booth stop I must make every year at Comic-Con is Sideshow Collectibles, to see the Hot Toys they’ve got on display. But it’s a bit of an odd licensing vs. distribution conundrum this year, for all parties involved. Hot Toys has started cranking out the Star Wars figures, and Sideshow is their distributor in the States. But Sideshow has also held their own Star Wars license for longer than Hot Toys has. Coopetition?
Let’s see what Hot Toys has done in the short time they’ve held their Star Wars license, and see what else they’re up to.
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