Posted by Chris on July 14, 2011 at 11:15 PM CST
Star Wars Legend Peter Mayhew who brought the mighty Chewbacca to life throughout the Star Wars Saga will be signing autographs at this year's San Diego Comic Con in two different areas during the convention.

Peter will be signing autographs downstairs on the main floor at Booth #5620 with Space Debris, Inc./ Times Forgotten along the back wall between the cafe & the escalators during normal show hours starting Wednesday for preview night.

This year is very special because Peter & Angie have not one but two books being launched at Comic Con: Growing Up Giant & My Favorite Giant.

There will also be a book signing in Sails Pavilion Autograph Area upstairs with My Favorite Giant artist Terry Naughton who also worked as a Disney illustrator for 17 years. Autographs on the books are included in the book price.

Thursday: 4:30pm to 6:30pm AA (501st escort)
Friday: 4:30pm to 6:30pm AA
Saturday: 4:30pm to 6:30pm AA (501st escort)

You will be able to purchase signed Chewbacca photos from Peter at this time as well.

Growing Up Giant - $20.00
My Favorite Giant - $25.00
Or purchase both books for $40.00
Autographed 8x10 photos are $30.00

They will be accepting cash and credit cards.

Check out www.PeterMayhew.com for more merchandise not available at this event and future appearance information.
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