These Star Trek “limited edition” prints may well number roughly 25,000 since enough product has to be printed and shipped to all the participating theaters across North America.
The IMAX premiere of Star Trek: Into Darkness was a crowd pleaser. Not only were fans treated to a well done movie, mixing some rebel rousing high brow action with a familiar story, but they were treated to a memento, a glow-in-the-dark poster of the Enterprise orbiting the Earth, with a rising sun to signify the final frontier. The painting of a sun and a starry background by artist Mark Englert will glow when the lights go out.
This item may seem gimmicky, but for the people who love merchandise, this collectible will no doubt be numerous and will last until stocks run out. Technically, they were available for people attending the Wednesday night show, and only select theaters are eligible to receive this box of posters to distribute. For the IMAX company, it’s their way of saying thank you for coming out and of introducing IMAX FANFIX™ to the masses. It’s not quite a rewards program, but it is a gesture with good intentions behind it.
These Star Trek “limited edition” prints may well number roughly 25,000 since enough product has to be printed and shipped to all the participating theaters across North America. Now if they were individually numbered, that would make a difference.
Gone is the IMAX 12:01 program, which saw a distribution of smaller 13.5×19.5 posters last year.
These new Star Trek toys are hot and highly posable…
Take a look at Diamond Select’s newest figures from their Star Trek license. Classic series Kirk and Spock come with interchangeable parts and cool-looking dioramas. The engine room diorama that comes with the Kirk/Khan pack has a cardboard back that can be turn around to represent a different part of engineering.
Free Comic Book Day and Star Wars Day are an annual event to get readers to visit Victoria, BC’s Nerd Row.
May the Fourth Be With You, because two pop culture events collided together to provide the public with a gaze at what it’s like to be a Star Wars fan and comic book aficionado. While people walked the streets in costume, the children may well be enjoying the sun in a park, reading the latest antics from popular brands like Spongebob Squarepants, Sesame Street or Strawberry Shortcake. An older crowd may have been going for regular favourites like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Wars or X-men.
But as for whether the latter events was intentionally planned to coincide this year or not, the late morning had downtown Victoria, B.C. slowly being occupied by fans from all walks of life — and curiosity seekers with their young ones — walking along the corner of where Johnston Street and Broad meet.
With the Legends of Chima series, long time fans of animated products may well wonder about this property’s resemblance to Thundercats.
Some LEGO animated properties are downright hilarious and others do not know where to fit in. With the Legends of Chima series, long time fans of animated products may well wonder about this property’s resemblance to Thundercats. In this series, several animal factions that were once at peace are now at war. Friends become enemies and sometimes the truces are not easy. The Lions, Crocodiles, Eagles, Wolves and Ravens make up some of these groups.
The first two episodes made its premiere in March, and this program shows plenty of potential of unseating LEGO’s own Ninjago. But as for when the series will go into full swing, that will not be until September ’13 in Canada at least. The LEGO representative at Fan Expo Vancouver ’13 confirmed this detail.