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.
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.
ALICE ULTIMATE DETAIL FIGURE CHESS PIECE 2010 SDCC VERSION
MAD HATTER ULTIMATE DETAIL FIGURE CHESS PIECE 2010 SDCC VERSION
A Japanese import! Fans turned out in droves for the release of Disney’s Alice in Wonderland directed by Tim Burton. Now collectors have two more reasons to come to San Diego Comic-Con, as Medicom releases a pair of variants from their widely successful Alice UDF release! This “chess set” variant re-imagines Johnny Depp’s Mad Hatter and Mia Wasikowska’s Alice as chess pieces.
By Carolyn Giardina
The Hollywood Report (THR)
Other big Annie winners were “Coraline” and “The Princess and the Frog,” with three awards each.
Disney/Pixar’s “Up” earned a total of two Annie trophies — best animated feature and Pete Docter for direction — extending its string of prior awards including last month’s Golden Globe. In all, awards were presented in 23 Annie categories in features, TV and commercials.
The Annie for best animated feature has matched the eventual Oscar winner each year since the Academy Awards first awarded the category in 2002, except for twice. A year ago, the Annie Awards came under some scrutiny after DreamWorks’ “Kung Fu Panda” dominated the Annies and won the top prize, shutting out eventual Oscar winner “Wall-E” from Pixar.
William Shatner hosted this year’s Annie ceremony, which is presented annually by ASIFA-Hollywood, the Los Angeles chapter of the International Animated Film Society.
During the ceremony, Winsor McCay Awards went to Tim Burton, Bruce Timm and Jeffrey Katzenberg, but only Katzenberg was in attendance. Tom Sito earned the June Foray honor. The Ub Iwerks Award went to William T. Reeves. Special Achievement Awards were presented to Martin Meunier and Brian McLean. Myles Mikulic, Danny Young and Michael Woodside received certificates of merit.
Pixar Animation Studio’s was named best animated feature at the 37th annual Annie (animation) Awards, Saturday at UCLA’s Royce Hall.Nominated for five Academy Awards, “Up” is the odds-on favorite to win the Oscar for animated feature, and is only the second animated film to earn a nomination in the best picture category. It is also nominated for best screenplay, music and sound editing Oscars.
|By Sophie Eager
Jan 20, 2010
|Tim Burton Tells Sleeping Beauty Villain Maleficent’s Story?|
According to reports, Burton is looking to develop the movie as a type of live-action flick.
Storylines that could be explored in the film include why the witch hates the three fairies and what she has against Aurora’s parents.