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SDCC 2018: Stargirl is Coming to DC Universe, Plus Shazam, and Three Jokers

Geoff Johns had some reveals at his Spotlight panel Thursday at San Diego Comic-Con 2018 with the news that he is writing and executive producing Stargirl for the DC Universe digital subscription service. Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter will also executive produce. The original series is the sixth for the brand-new service and focuses on the character that started Johns’ career as a comic book writer when he created her in 1999, lovingly inspired by his late sister who was killed in a 1996 plane explosion.

Stargirl follows High School sophomore Courtney Whitmore who inspires an unlikely group of young heroes to stop the villains of the past. This new DC Universe series reimagines Stargirl and the very first superhero team, the Justice Society of America, in a fun, exciting and unpredictable series premiering in 2019, produced by Warner Bros. Television, Mad Ghost Productions and Berlanti Productions.

Before the crowd could settle down, Johns revealed he will return to Shazam! with an ongoing comic book series, reuniting with artist Dale Eaglesham. Shazam! #1 will debut on November 21, the same Wednesday before Thanksgiving that Johns debuted Doomsday Clock #1 in 2017.

Speaking of Doomsday Clock, Johns revealed new art by Gary Frank from issue #6, out July 25. Johns shared that the new issue will provide fans with Mime and Marionette’s origin stories.

Finally, Johns revealed a first look at Batman: Three Jokers by artist Jason Fabok and announced that the series will be published under the DC Black Label imprint, which promises a provocative and daring storytelling.

SDCC 2918: Star Wars: The Clone Wars Returns with New Episodes on Disney’s Streaming Service

Continue, The Clone Wars will.

Some extremely exciting news landed at The Clone Wars anniversary panel at San Diego Comic-Con International where fans were the first to learn that the beloved Clone Wars animated series, which ran for six seasons between 2008 and 2013, will be returning with twelve all-new episodes on Disney’s direct-to-consumer streaming service.

The news was met by ecstatic cheers and raised lightsabers that reverberated throughout the entire pop culture event.

Since its debut, The Clone Wars has become one of the most critically-acclaimed entries in the Star Wars saga, earning multiple Emmy awards and praise from fans of all ages around the globe. Since 2013, an effort to resurrect the series (#SaveTheCloneWars) was launched by fans, resulting in tens of thousands of emails/letters sent to Disney and Lucasfilm.

Dave Filoni, who helmed the show as Supervising Director during its original run, resumes his role on The Clone Wars continuation.

The new Clone Wars episodes will continue the storylines introduced in the original series, which explored the events leading up to Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. The series will see the return of classic characters Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi as well as fan-favorites Ahsoka Tano and Captain Rex. The new episodes will debut on Disney’s direct-to-consumer streaming service.

SDCC 2018: Calexit: All Systems San Diego Raises Money for Immigrant Families

As the lines between fictional dystopias and our actual reality continue to blur, critically acclaimed comic book Calexit is making a difference for real families at the Mexican border. Profits from the brand new Calexit: All Systems San Diego #1 will be donated to San Diego Rapid Response Network, an organization dedicated to aiding immigrants and their families in the San Diego border region. Writer Matteo Pizzolo teamed with artist Carlos Granda, colorist Lauren Affe, and cover artists Ben Templesmith and Tyler Boss to create the new Calexit story, which goes on sale this week at San Diego Comic Con. The comic book, a story within the Calexit world, features all new characters in a San Diego-based adventure.

Blerd City 2.0 Beams Back to New York

The first thing you need to know about Blerd City is that it isn’t a convention, it’s a conference. What’s the difference you ask, Blerd City was created by founder Clairesa Clay as a crossroads of geekdom and social issues that enhance or impact Black culture.

IMG_3285Blerd City 2.0 was aptly named as the conference had new dates July 13-14, a new home, St. Francis College in Brooklyn, New York, and with the panels and events in a more centralized location moving from one to another was easier then last years. In addition to the main events there were more vendors, a free arts and station for kids, and for the grown folk excursions to local bars for a brief talk on Bourbon or cosplay meetup.

Day One

Saturdays highlights started with A Black Space Odyssey: 21st Century Sci-Fi Adventure, a discussion on the influence of sci-fi and media with people of color presented by Darlena Mari of the Starbase Centaur 42-10 fan group. Members of the group have a passion for Trek and it’s message of being less hung up on race theory or as Darlena put it “At least on Star Trek you died because of the color of your shirt not your skin.”

Code, Write & Sip moderated by Nicole Franklin and Mekesia Brown teamed up to tackle social problems with technology. Using writing techniques to craft a narrative for the coding, this crash course was best for folks who have a background in coding.

As a fan of Star Trek, I was looking forward to the Son of Mogh panel, an indepth look at everyones favorite Klingon, Worf. Presented by the energetic and funtastic Kennedy aka Storm Tribble of the Black Tribbles. She covered everything, from his hairstyles over the years, to the politics on screen and behind the lens.

Day Two

Normally I hate walking in on a movie that that’s already started, but for day two 2015’s Battledream Chronicle, an animated French film, was the exception with its digital animation and stylish character designs. In a world were most of the citizens are kept in a virtual universe, I was sucked into this mashup of The Hunger Games, the Matrix and Yu-Gi-Oh.

We love to talk about cosplay, unfortunately we don’t talk about mental illness, but thankfully Surviving as Womyn and NonBinary People of Color with Mental Illness in Cosplay did. Moderated by Mel Pellerano, panelist talked about how cosplay/geekdom helps with their various illnesses by giving them focus and momentum to move through the day. Adversely, it could also enhance their depression or lower their self-esteem, if costumes don’t come out as planned or people just being unnecessarily mean. My biggest takeaway was the obvious mental health has to be worked on, not so obvious, the work/selfcare that goes into it. These women should be commended for getting in front of strangers to open up and tell their stories.

An educator in her own right Deirdre Hollman’s Teens in Comics panel was a showcase of teens and their roles in educational comic workshops, being shown how to create structure for their stories. Also, part of this talk was the short film See You Yesterday by Stefon Bristol, a powerful sci-fi film about a young girl who keeps going back in time to save her brother from being killed by the cops.

As it did last year, the conference ended with citations being awarded, to deserving recipients who were acknowledged for their positive contributions to the culture. This years recipients were comic book artist Khary Randolph, Kyesha Ruffin, owner of Science in the City a NY based STEM program, educator and Black Comics Collective founder Deirdre Hollman and FUBU co-founder Keith Perrin Jr.

This was its sophomore year and like most conferences Blerd City Conference had some growing pains, but keeping the tech analogy going, things were updated on the fly and patches were put in place. The most important thing to take away is that this gathering of people geeking out, having fun, learning and sharing, is a worthy mid-season event for folks who like to shake things up. I look forward to Blerd City 3.0!

George Carmona3rd is an Artist/Writer, former Milestone Media Intern, former DC Comics paper pusher, current book lover, and lifelong comic geek. You can find his work at FistFullofArt.com or follow him on twitter at GCarmona3.

SDCC 2018: Photos from Thursday

Another day of San Diego Comic-Con is behind us and we’ve got even more photos. Check out new Transformers, Marvel figures, and more added to our album from the convention.

Photos from Comic-Con International taking place July 18 to 22 in San Diego.

Posted by Graphic Policy on Wednesday, July 18, 2018

San Diego Comic-Con 2018: Photos from Wednesday

San Diego Comic-Con has begun and we’ve got photos from the convention floor and around the city! Check out these photos from our Facebook page!

Photos from Comic-Con International taking place July 18 to 22 in San Diego.

Posted by Graphic Policy on Wednesday, July 18, 2018

SDCC 2018: DC Collectibles Reveals New Statues and Action Figures

DC Collectibles at San Diego Comic-Con has revealed exciting new statue and action figures, headlined by a stunning statue series based on Warner Bros. Pictures’ highly anticipated Aquaman film, hitting theaters December 21, 2018. DC Collectibles will also expand its bestselling Batman: The Animated Series action figure line and add new artists to the company’s cutting-edge DC Artists Alley designer vinyl collection. New character additions are also planned for several of DC Collectibles’ most popular action figure and statue lines, including DC Bombshells, Batman: Black & White, DC Essentials and more.

Making waves just in time for the King of Atlantis’ big-screen debut, DC Collectibles will release three new statues based on the character appearances in the upcoming Aquaman film. Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, Amber Heard’s Mera and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II’s Black Manta will be re-imagined with impeccable attention to detail as individual 12” sculptures. The statues will come aboard store shelves beginning November 2018.

DC Collectibles will also add new characters to its fan-favorite Batman: The Animated Series (BTAS) action figure line and debut the company’s first-ever Batcycle, as seen in the award-winning TV series. Scaled for 6 action figures, the Batcycle measures 9.25 long and includes a variety of light-up features and two free-spinning wheels that enable the bike to turn. The double-sided display base allows fans to “park” the Batcycle in the Batcave or on the streets of Gotham City. The Batcyle set will also include one BTAS Batman action figure that features two interchangeable helmet heads, new articulation points that allow the character to “ride” the Batcycle and a poseable cape. DC Collectibles will also release new individual BTAS action figures in 2019, including Two-Face, Gray Ghost, H.A.R.D.A.C. and Scarecrow. Each character will feature unique accessories based on their appearance in the animated series.

In addition to new Batman: The Animated Series action figures, DC Collectibles will also debut 6 action figures based on the Justice League animated series that aired from 2001 to 2004. The Justice League animated figures will be available exclusively for members of the DC Universe digital subscription service beginning in fall 2018.

Also in 2019, DC Collectibles will welcome two new popular artists—Joe Ledbetter and Chrissie Zullo— to the DC Artists Alley line. Both artists will bring their unique art style to the DC Universe, re-imagining some of DC’s most iconic characters as 7 designer vinyl figures. Ledbetter, known for his distinct bold lines and vibrant palette, will put his signature spin on Batman, Penguin, Catwoman and Robin. Zullo will debut her dreamy and whimsical transformations of Batgirl, Hawkgirl, Supergirl and Wonder Woman.

Ledbetter and Zullo’s DC Artists Alley figures will follow the 2018 designer vinyls illustrated by Chris Uminga, HaiNaNu “Nooligan” Saulque and Sho Murase. Fans attending San Diego Comic-Con can pick up the convention exclusive of Uminga’s DC Artists Alley Batman figure in three different variant editions at the Entertainment Earth Booth #2343 or pre-order the figures online here.

On tap for 2019, DC Collectibles will release a new Bat-Family Multi-Part Statue featuring Batman, Batgirl, Robin, Nightwing and Red Hood. The statue set is designed by the award-winning DC Collectibles design team and includes the same versatile bases as the New Teen Titans Multi-Part Statue set that debuts in August 2018. Fans can display one or a few of their favorite Bat-Family characters independently, or for those wanting to own the whole set, the bases fit perfectly together to create one cohesive image. Batman is the first character to hit shelves in March 2019 and the remaining characters will be released throughout the year.

Additional 2019 releases include a Batman: Black & White Batman statue based on the acclaimed Batman: White Knight artwork by Sean Murphy, new DC Essentials action figures and new character additions to the DC Bombshells and DC Cover Girls statue lines.

See below for the complete list of DC Collectibles’ new lineup:

Aquaman Movie statues:

  • Aquaman
  • Black Manta
  • Mera

DC Artists Alley Designer Vinyls:

  • Joe Ledbetter: Batman, Penguin, Catwoman, Robin
  • Chrissie Zullo: Batgirl, Hawkgirl, Supergirl, Wonder Woman

Animated Lines:

  • Batman: The Animated Series action figures: Two-Face, Gray Ghost, H.A.R.D.A.C., Scarecrow, Batcycle & AF set
  • Justice League animated series action figures: Batman, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern John Stewart, Hawkgirl, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, Superman

 

Bat-Family Multi-Part Statue Set:

  • Batman
  • Batgirl
  • Robin
  • Nightwing
  • Red Hood

Batman: Black & White Statues:

  • Batman by Sean Murphy
  • Batman by Klaus Janson

DC Essentials Action Figures:

  • Batgirl
  • The Joker
  • Nightwing
  • Harley Quinn

 

DC Bombshells Statues:

  • Big Barda

DC Cover Girls by Joëlle Jones:

  • Mera

DC Designer Series Statues:

  • Green Lantern statue by Ivan Reis

SDCC 2018: comiXology Reveals a New Wave of Originals

If you missed our Twitter coverage, comiXology has announced the creative teams and titles for the next wave of comiXology Originals creator-owned comic books and graphic novels, during a press event today at Comic-Con International San Diego 2018.

The comiXology Originals debuting today include: Goliath Girls by writer Sam Humphries and artist Alti Firmansyah, Grave Danger by writer Tim Seeley and Mike Norton, Hit Reblog: Comics That Caught Fire by writer and artist Megan Kearney, along with over a dozen webcomics superstars and editor, Hope Nicholson, and Teenage Wasteland by writer Magdalene Visaggio and artist Jen Vaughn. Readers can dive in immediately: the books are free to read for members of Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited, and comiXology Unlimited and are also available for purchase on Kindle and comiXology.

Also unveiled at Comic-Con International were future comiXology Original titles to be released in the coming months including: The Dark by writer Mark Sable and artist Kristian Donaldson, Delver by co-writers C. Spike Trotman and MK Reed with art by Tish Doolin, and The Stone King by writer Kel McDonald and artist Tyler Crook.

Alongside today’s content announcements comiXology debuted a convention exclusive comiXology Originals 2018 Preview Book, featuring story pages, creator bios and behind the scenes process sketches from current and upcoming comiXology Originals creator-owned series. The comiXology Originals 2018 Preview Book will be given away at comiXology’s panels and during creator signings at booth #2547 throughout Comic-Con International, which takes place at the San Diego Convention Center July 18-22 in San Diego, CA. At the booth fans can also receive a limited edition comiXology Originals enamel pin, free – small quantities of the pin will be available at the start of each day, first-come-first-served. ComiXology will also be hosting 10 panels at this year’s convention and during every panel limited quantities of signed Savage Game Print-on-Demand books along with other giveaways to be given out to attendees. For the full panel and signing schedule check out comiXology’s social media and Tumblr.

More about the comiXology Originals titles available now can be found below:

Goliath Girls 
Written by Sam Humphries with art by Alti Firmansyah
Monsters will rise, cities will fall…but best friends are forever! Zelda, Eunice, and Juliet are three best friends: orphans of the Kaiju Generation, and adoptive mothers to their own baby Goliath! For years they’ve searched for the elusive King of All Goliaths, the one fabled to bring the Forever War to an end. But they’re not the only ones on his trail.

  • 5-issue miniseries – available monthly – $2.99 per issue on Kindle and comiXology
  • An industry first: simultaneously available in Japanese same day in Japan through Amazon.jp, and worldwide
  • Free to read for members of Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited and comiXology Unlimited
  • Print collected edition will be available via Print-on-Demand exclusively on Amazon.com

Grave Danger 
Written by Tim Seeley with art by Mike Norton
She is Grave Danger, agent of Headstone, a joint clandestine espionage organization that handles all unspeakable crime! [Unspeakable Crime- Illegal acts committed by paranormal entities such as vampires, witches, demons, and Frankensteins.] Agent Danger leaps into action from the suborbital Mourning Angel base, afraid of nothing! [Except getting her sneakers dirty. And heights.] [Also, her past.]. The first release from Daniel Alter and Jeff Forsyth’s new company Comix AF.

  • 5-issue miniseries – available monthly – $2.99 per issue on Kindle and comiXology
  • Free to read for members of Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited and comiXology Unlimited
  • Print collected edition will be available via Print-on-Demand exclusively on Amazon.com

 

Hit Reblog: Comics That Caught Fire
Written and illustrated by Megan Kearney, edited by Hope Nicholson 
Hit Reblog: Comics That Caught Fire showcases the viral sensations of the webcomics world and the true stories behind their creators. Follow the ups and downs of internet fame, from IP theft to book deals, and all the trials of becoming an overnight sensation after gaining 10,000 reblogs in a single night. Learn about the origins behind the hit comic strips “This is Fine”, “All Houses Matter”, “No Take, Only Throw”, and frequently-viral webcomics such as Owlturd, Cyanide and Happiness, False Knees, and Poorly Drawn Lines. Each of the twenty artists featured includes a biographical intro by award-winning comic artist Megan Kearney (Disney Princess, The Secret Loves of Geek Girls).

Hit Reblog: Comics That Caught Fire includes comics by webcomic superstars: Anelien, Joshua Barkman, Rob Denbleyker, Adam Ellis, Reza Farazmand, Nick Franco, Craig Froehle, KC Green, Ryan Harby, Maya Kern, Fran Krause, Dami Lee, David Malki!, Dave Mcelfatrick, Alex Norris, Branson Reese, Nick Seluk, Katie Shanahan, Brandon Sheffield, Shen, Kris Straub, and Zach Weinersmith, Kris Wilson. Edited by Hope Nicholson of the multi Eisner-award nominated publisher Bedside Press.

  • Collection 120pg – $6.99 on Kindle and comiXology
  • Free to read for members of Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited and comiXology Unlimited
  • Available for pre-order in print for $9.99 as a Print-on-Demand graphic novel exclusively on Amazon.com

Teenage Wasteland 
Written by Magdalene Visaggio with art by Jen Vaughn
Smart-mouthed Ellie Tweed is the jerkhole new girl in school who falls in with the wrong crowd, who happen to have an explosive secret: they aren’t just jerkhole teenage girls with attitude, they are the Earth’s secret defenders! And Ellie’s their newest recruit. From the creative duo of Magdalene Visaggio (Kim & Kim) and Jen Vaughn (Betty & Veronica: Vixens) comes this action-packed series where after school activities include transforming into superheroes and fighting monsters!

  • 5-issue miniseries – available monthly – $2.99 per issue will be available on Kindle and comiXology
  • Free to read for members of Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited and comiXology Unlimited
  • Print collected edition will be available via Print-on-Demand exclusively on Amazon.com

Titles arriving in the coming months:

The Dark 
Written by Mark Sable with art by Kristian Donaldson
After a worldwide cyberwar ends technology as we know it, a former super-soldier teams up with a biopunk to fight the rise of a biological internet forcing humanity to connect to it—whether they want to or not.

  • Original Graphic Novel will be available on Kindle and comiXology
  • Free to read for members of Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited and comiXology Unlimited
  • A print edition will be available soon via Print-on-Demand exclusively on Amazon.com

Delver 
Written by C. Spike Trotman and MK Reed with art by Tish Doolin
When the door to a living dungeon surfaces in the tiny hamlet of Oddgoat, village girl Temerity Aster has two choices: abandon the only home she’s ever known to carpet baggers and sellswords, or carve out a place for herself and her family in the new and dangerous world of delving.

  • 5-issue miniseries will be available on Kindle and comiXology
  • Free to read for members of Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited and comiXology Unlimited
  • Print collected edition will be available via Print-on-Demand exclusively on Amazon.com

The Stone King 
Written by Kel McDonald with art by Tyler Crook
A young adult fantasy adventure about finding who you are through taking responsibility for your mistakes, The Stone King explores the life of a teen girl thief, working to determine her future path but instead provokes a giant.

  • 4-issue miniseries will be available on Kindle and comiXology
  • Free to read for members of Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited and comiXology Unlimited
  • Print collected edition will be available via Print-on-Demand exclusively on Amazon.com

These titles join Savage Game an original graphic novelcreated byNFL player Ryan Kalil, written by Shawn Kittelsen, with art by Chris B. Murray, Elephantmen 2261: The Death of Shorty issues #1-2from writer Richard Starkings, and artists Axel Medellin and Boo Cook; and Ask For Mercy issues #1-2from writer Starkings and newcomer artist Abigail Jill Harding.

In addition, Superfreaks, a debut seriesfromcowritersElsa Charretier and Pierrick Colinet, and newcomer artist Margaux Saltel with all5 issues released at once for bingeable reading, is available today as a digital collected edition.

Customers can enjoy comiXology Originals releases on a variety of Amazon’s membership services. Prime Reading offers Amazon Prime members a rotating selection of over a thousand top Kindle books, magazines, short works, comic books, children’s books, and more – all at no additional cost. Kindle Unlimited offers over 1 million titles, thousands of audiobooks, and select current issues of popular magazines for just $9.99 a month with a 30-day free trial. ComiXology Unlimited now offers over 15,000 comics, graphic novels and manga for just $5.99 a month with a 30-day free trial. All titles are also available as individual purchases on Kindle and comiXology.

SDCC 2018: Bluefin’s Storm Collectibles Exclusives

Bluefin, the leading North American distributor of toys, collectibles, and hobby merchandise from Japan and Asia, details a variety of new action figures releases from Storm Collectibles that will be offered as Limited Edition show exclusives for Comic-Con International 2018.

This year, Storm Collectibles’ show exclusives will include special variants for Shin Akuma and Alex from Street Fighter V and the ninja, Ermac, from Mortal Kombat. Bluefin also will unveil a special Comic-Con exclusive for Storm Collectibles’ Heihachi Mishima from the hit video game Tekken 7. This is the first release for Storm Collectibles new license with Bandai Namco Entertainment. These products will be available for purchase exclusively at Bluefin’s Booth #401. Bluefin is the official North American master distributor for Storm Collectibles.

Comic-Con attendees are also invited to catch a comprehensive display of other products available from Storm Collectibles at its Booth #301. (directly adjacent to the Bluefin booth) During Comic Con, Storm Collectibles will welcome SFV Character Designer / Storm Collectibles supervisor, Kiki, for a special appearance and autograph session at the booth.

Kiki Booth Event Details

Location: Storm Collectibles Booth #301

July 20 – 11:00AM – 12:00PM & 3PM – 4PM

July 21 – 11:00AM – 12:00PM & 3PM – 4PM

Comic-Con attendees will receive a free poster that Kiki will sign in addition to autographs of any of the exclusive Storm Collectibles Street Fighter figures available for purchase at the adjacent Bluefin Booth #301. (available while supplies last and on a first-come-first-served basis).

Comic-Con International is one of the nation’s largest comic book, science fiction, and pop culture events, and will take place July 19th–22nd at the San Diego Convention Center, in San Diego, CA. Bluefin will be located in Booth #401.

Storm Collectibles is the premiere manufacturer of video game collectible action figures.  Storm creates unmatched quality figures from the likes of Street FighterMortal KombatTekken and more! Its founders are collectors themselves and their passion translates directly into their products as they feature authentic likenesses, fully sculpted, articulated bodies and a multitude of accessories!

Storm Collectibles Comic-Con 2018 Exclusives from Bluefin

Shin Akuma “Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition” Comic-Con 2018 Exclusive Edition Action Figure · MSRP $70.00

Storm Collectibles is pleased to introduce Akuma in his most powerful form…Shin Akuma! This is the form Akuma takes when he becomes almost one with the Satsui no Hado. This San Diego Comic Con exclusive is newly developed with all new torso articulation in the lower body and features a new design for the upper chest. He also can shrug off the gi top of his costume and go shirtless. Set includes interchangeable head sculpt and hand accessories, a display stand, and Gohadoken and V-Trigger effects.  Available exclusively at Bluefin Booth #401; only 1,500 units produced.

Alex Special Edition “Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition” Comic-Con 2018 Exclusive Edition Action Figure

MSRP $85.00

Storm Collectibles presents its next release in the popular Street Fighter V action figure line – Alex! This fighter hails from New York and is one of the best wrestlers in the pro-wrestling league. He made his first appearance in Street Fighter III: New Generation as a main character. Differing from the classic appearance of his “Nostalgia” costume in Street Fighter V, the San Diego Comic-Con variant features Alex in an alternative grey and black outfit. The Figure Set includes multiple interchangeable head sculpts and hands, as well as Flash Chop and Flash Elbow effects and a display stand with Street Fighter V. Available exclusively at Bluefin Booth #401; only 500 units produced.

Ermac Mortal Kombat Comic-Con 2018 Exclusive Edition Action Figure

MSRP $55.00

Ermac first appeared in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 as a red palette swap of Scorpion before receiving a redesign in future games. His telekinetic and levitating maneuvers have made him a fan favorite and allow him to perform some truly gruesome attacks! Ermac comes with multiple interchangeable hands and interchangeable masks accessories as well as effect parts and severed arms to recreate his fatalities! Available exclusively at Bluefin Booth #401; only 3,000 units produced.

Comic-Con attendees purchasing Shin Akuma Comic-Con Exclusive + Alex Comic-Con Exclusive + Akuma Nostalgic Costume Standard Edition will receive a special ticket to receive an original, hand-drawn art piece by Storm Collectibles designer Kiki. Simply get a ticket with your purchase and come to booth Storm Collectibles Booth #301 on July 21st and 22nd to receive your premium.

Heihachi Mishima TEKKEN 7 2018 Exclusive Edition Action Figure with Exclusive Gift

MSRP $65.00

Storm Collectibles proudly teams its new licensing partner Bandai Namco Entertainment to release a new figure based on Bandai Namco’s popular TEKKEN 7 video game. Heihachi Mishima is the first character to be released and debuts at San Diego Comic-Con in a special edition. Heihachi Mishima appears his alternate color costume with an exclusive special gift accessory available nowhere else! Mishima is one of the most recognized characters in the Tekken game series. The figure set includes interchangeable head sculpt and multiple hand accessories as well as Electric Wind God Fist effect and other parts. Don’t miss this exclusive special gift accessory! Available exclusively at Bluefin Booth #401; only 1,000 units produced.

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