Posted by D_Martin on June 6, 2013 at 12:41 PM CST
COMIC IMAGES DEBUTS 2013 NEW PRODUCT AT COMIC-CON

Responding to fan demand to expand plush into all corners of the STAR WARS universe, Comic Images brings three NEW plush lines to Comic-Con and delivers them into the waiting embrace of the fans: STAR WARS CREATURES, RAG DOLLS and STAR WARS BACK PALS.

The iconic 10” plush STAR WARS CREATURES include the beast-of-burden Bantha, carnivorous Rancor, snow lizard Tauntaun and icey Wampa. Each is made from soft, huggable materials, lending comfort (but watch your fingers and toes!) to each owner. They make terrific gifts. Give or collect all four!

Comic introduces 9” plush STAR WARS RAG DOLLS, a unique interpretation of the traditional rag dolls with these famous STAR WARS characters. They are made of safe, all-new materials and feature tremendous attention to detail. The line includes Darth Vader, Chewbacca, Boba Fett, Stormtrooper and Wicket.

But wait, there’s more! Strap on your passion with two new STAR WARS BACK PALS featuring Darth Vader and Yoda. Each is plush, squared and fully padded to protect tablets, phones and other electronics as well as books, wallets and more. Crafted to show fully formed features, and with adjustable straps making them suitable for all ages, the Back Pals are sure to stop people in their tracks to ask, “Where did you get that backpack?!” Both will be available at Comic-Con.

Also available, and continuing the tradition of introducing Star Wars characters as Back Buddies is the new 24” long WAMPA BACK BUDDY, the newest member of the line.

See all the new products and all the fan faves at the Comic Images display at Comic-Con, Booth 2913B in the LUCAS PAVILION. Or, visit online at www.ComicImages.com.

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