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San Diego Comic Con 2012 Exclusive #52: Monogram Thor Resin Bust Bank

Top 108 San Diego Comic Con Exclusives (SDCC) for 2011 with Photos (I am done!)

So, I stopped the list this year at 108 items. I probably could have added another 25+ items, but I am tired. I started the list back in April, so I spent 4 months on it. I am already thinking of a different way to format it for next year (perhaps even offering a PDF you can print with photos).

So, as of today, we have 108 San Diego Comic Con 2011 Exclusives listed with Photos.

Thanks to all of you who visited our site during Comic Con.

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Top 100 San Diego Comic Con Exclusives (SDCC) 2011 with Photos

We finally did it!

As of today, we have 100 San Diego Comic Con 2011 Exclusives listed with Photos.

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80+ San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) Exclusives 2011 You Would Sell a Kidney For!

As of today, we have 80+ items in our 2011 San Diego Comic Con Exclusives List.

Each year, we blog about all of the exclusive products that will be at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) this year. Last year we blogged about 73 exclusives and have now surpassed that number for this year. The Con is all sold out and is scheduled for July 21st through the 24th. So are goal now is to hit 100 exclusives in this year’s list. Check back every few days to see what has been added. If you are a manufacturer, please let us know what cool things you are going to offer and we will post it on our blog.

At the end of each blog will be a little exclusive button which will take your right back here for easy navigation.

So stay tuned and we will keep you up-to-date on all thing San Diego Comic-Con.

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SDCC 2011 Exclusive #78: IDW Publishing Walter Simonson’s The Mighty Thor: Artist’s Edition

 

Walter Simonson’s The Mighty Thor: Artist’s Edition

 

• This collection presents Thor 337-340 and 360-362—Simonson’s first story, followed by one of his favorite story arcs. A variant cover edition will also be made available and is limited to 250 copies.

 

• Pre-order at http://bit.ly/mightythor.

 

Walter Simonson will be signing daily at the IDW booth #2643.

 

WALTER SIMONSON’S THE MIGHTY THOR: Artist’s Edition (Comic-Con Edition, $75.00, 176 pages, black and white, hardcover) will be available at the IDW booth #2643 during Comic-Con, while supplies last.

 

WALTER SIMONSON’S THE MIGHTY THOR: Artist’s Edition ($75.00, 176 pages, black and white, hardcover) is available for pre-order through IDW Publishing, for pick up at San Diego Comic-Con or delivery after August 1

Wondercon 2011 Costume Photos (Part II)

Source: Rottentomatoes.com

Thor Movie Casting News

ThorKenneth Branagh’s Thor has picked up a couple more cast members. Colm Feore and Jaimie Alexander are the latest additions to the cast which already features Chris Hemsworth,recently seen in JJ Abrams’ Star Trek reboot as George Kirk, in the title role of the Norse god of thunder banished to Earth to live among humans, Tom Hiddleston as the movie’s villain, Loki, the god of mischief, and Natalie Portman as Thor’s mortal love interest, Jane Foster, all according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Alexander, best known for the TV show Kyle XY, will be playing Sif, an Asgardian warrior who “can hold her own against any man.” Before working on Thor, she will be joining Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway in Love and Other Drugs.Feore’s part, apparently a villain, is shrouded in mystery. The studio has not sent the actors scripts yet. Colm Feore has recently been seen on the TV shows 24 and The Listener, and has appeared in the movies Paycheck, The Chronicles of Riddick, The Exorcism of Emily Rose and Changeling.

Kenneth Branagh is signed to direct, and is “deep in preproduction.” Branagh’s involvement came after a “lot of meetings and a lot of phone calls,” according to President of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige recently told Examiner.com.  Feige said that the well-known Shakespearean (and Prof. Gilderoy Lockhart in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets) was “intrigued by the material and really connected to it.” Feige had been initially impressed with Branagh’s ability to make the classics accessible to the masses, as with Much Ado About Nothing and Henry V, which he expects will also bring toThor.

“People who expect Thor to be speaking in ‘thees’ and ‘thous’ will be surprised,” Feige says.

Source: Capital District Movies Examiner, Jim Dixon