Posted by Philip on July 23, 2014 at 06:00 PM CST
COMIC IMAGES UNVEILS NEW PRODUCTS AT COMIC CON

Marking its 25th year at Comic Con, Comic Images will introduce over 30 new items at the July 23rd-27th convention.

“Long the destination of Comic Book and Pop-Culture fans from around the world, Comic Con is the ideal venue to give our fans the first-ever look at great new product based on the Star Wars, Turtles, Masters of the Universe, Marvel and DC Comics properties,” said Alan Gordon, president of Comic Images. "We have worked very closely with our Licensors to develop the best possible adaptations of these characters and accessories and believe that fans will be very pleased with the overall look and attention to detail.”

Of the 30 new items, included are:

Star Wars:
Jabba and Dewback Creatures, Y-Wing and Star Destroyer Vehicles, Chewbacca and C-3PO Back Pals

Turtles:
Leonardo and Rafael Back Buddies

Masters of the Universe:
She-Ra and Orko Figures; Skeletor's Staff

Marvel:
Hulk, Iron Man and Spider-Man Golf Covers

DC Comics:
Batman, Superman, Robin, Joker, Wonder Woman, and Harley Quinn Super Deformed Plush Batman, Superman, and Harley Quinn Back Buddies

Comic Images will also introduce a highly anticipated Star Wars Rebels Plush line. Supported by the all new animated series airing on Disney XD this Fall, the Rebels Plush line consists of six figures – Ezra, Inquisitor, Zeb, Stormtrooper, Kanan and Chopper—and additions such as the Chopper Back Buddy and Ghost Ship Vehicle.

For those fans not attending Comic Con, all of these products will be shown on the Comic Images website (comicimages.com) and will be available at comic and hobby retailers mid-summer.
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