Posted by Philip on June 26, 2013 at 07:45 PM CST
Comic Images returns to the Lucas Pavilion at Comic-Con for a seventh year with a complete STAR WARS plush display that includes three brand NEW lines that are launching this summer: STAR WARS Creatures, STAR WARS Rag Dolls and STAR WARS Back Pals.

"Comic-Con is unique because it allows our fans to see, touch and feel our products first-hand, often just at the point they are being shipped for retail sale," said Alan Gordon, president of Comic Images. "We are particularly excited to see how fans take to our new Creatures, a line we developed at their request, and the new Back Pals, a brand new take on our wildly popular Back Buddies series."

Fans will also have the first opportunity to purchase the new line of STAR WARS Rag Dolls - a unique interpretation of the traditional rag dolls featuring Darth Vader, Chewbacca, Yoda and Stormtrooper.

NEW this year: while all the new products will be available to fans throughout the event, each day Comic Images will feature a "Daily Special" that offers one of the new lines at a reduced price.

According to Gordon, "We come back to Comic-Con to see old friends and to meet new attendees, and we thought the Daily Special would be a nice way to acknowledge our fan support over the years."

Each Daily Special is specific to the day on which it is scheduled, and available on a first-come/first-served basis. For a schedule of the specials, Gordon encourages attendees to stop by the booth (2913B in the Lucas Pavilion) and pick up flyer, or to visit beginning on or about July 8, 2013.
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