Monthly Archives: July, 2010

SDCC 2010 Exclusive #73: Hallmark Cards Mr. Burns’ Christmas “Bonus” – The Simpsons Ornament

Price: $20.00
Production Run: 500

This ornament depicts the boss you love to hate from televisions “The Simpsons” offering his idea of a generous holiday gift, 100 per day.

SDCC 2010 Exclusive #72: Hallmark Cards K-3PO and R-3PO Star Wars Ornaments

Price: $30.00
Production Run: 1,000

This two-pack of protocol droids appeared in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Bacl. These are repaints of the C-3PO keepsake ornament offered in 2003.

SDCC 2010 Exclusive #71: Hallmark Cards 75 Years of Comics – DC Comics Ornament

Price: $40.00
Production Run: 750

This ornament features three of the most iconic heroes bursting into action from the very comics in which they made their first cover appearances. 150 a day!

San Diego Comic Con 2010 Costumes – Day 3

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SDCC 2010 Costume Photos #5 – Day 2 (More RottenTomatoes)

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SDCC 2010 Costume Photos #4 – Day 2 (RottenTomatoes)

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SDCC 2010 Costume Photos #3 – Day 1 (Girls of Comic Con and one Boy Wonder)

Christine Dennis of San Diego came to the Comic-Con as a Night Elf from World of Warcraft. “It took about an hour to put together,” Christine said. Photo by David Brooks.

Roy Garcia of Redlands, CA is Robin the boy wonder waiting to cross the street to attend Comic-Con.  Photo by David Brooks.

In the Gaslamp Quarter, Spider-Man-clad Geoffrey Kristiansen and his father, Glenn Kristiansen, enjoy lunch Thursday as they watch the Comic-Con crowds pass by. Photo by Nelvin C. Cepeda

Actress Angelina Jolie arrives at panel for the movie “Salt” at Comic-Con International Thursday, July 22, 2010 in San Diego. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

He’s 6′ 8”, without the pyramid head. Gary Robbins/Union Tribune

Brian, Lara and Mathias Wong of Moreno Valley. Don’t mess with them. Gary Robbins/Union Tribune

Girls of Comic-Con Photo Source: The Baltimore Sun

SDCC 2010 Costume Photos #2 – Preview Night

At the Comicon Convention held at the San Diego Convention center, thousands of vendors, and ticketholders went to the opening night of the convention. Crossing Harbor Drive at 5th Avenue is Alexis Cameron who is dressed up as Adeptus Mechanics from the board game Warhammer 40K.

At the Comic-Con Convention held at the San Diego Convention center, thousands of vendors, and ticketholders went to the opening night of the convention. Shortly after the doors opened at 6 pm, the throngs of people poured around the convention floor.

Frank Howley, 19, Matthew Adams, 16, April Deleon, 24, and Matthew Bruce, 17, tried to dance in unison as they played the Nintendo Wii game Just Dance 2 on Preview Night at Comic Con. Photo by David Brooks.

Source: San Diego Union-Tribune
July 21, 2010 | Photos by Sean M. Haffey unless noted.

SDCC 2010 Costume Photos #1 – A Day at the Beach

Felixx Iver wearing his Darth Vader costume at the Imperial Beach Pier.

 

Photographed at Torrey Pines Beach with surfers, Josh Dudzik (left) and Andrew Kunmann, Ben Townend portrays a Sand Trooper from the Star Wars movie.

At San Diego’s Balboa Park, Caitlin Findley in her Grell Sutcliff costume from Kuroshitsuji.

Photographed in Coronado near the Hotel del Coronado, Kyle Lauritch-Kullas portrays Harry Potter complete with a magical wand that he designed and fabricated.

Paul Punla wearing his War Machine costume at the America Plaza Trolley Station in downtown San Diego.

Photographed in San Diego’s Balboa Park Danielle Bradford in her Undertaker costume from Kuroshitsuji.

Photos Source: The San Diego Union-Tribune, Photos by Nelvin C. Cepeda