Focus Features at Comic-Con 2011

Posted by administrator | July 25, 2011
Comic-Con 2011
Comic-Con’s famous eye.
The Crowd at San Diego Comic-Con
In San Diego waiting to get to Comic-Con.
San Diego Comic-Con Crowds

Happy fans flock to San Diego’s Comic-Con.

Booth Babes

More superheroes, but what's their special power?

Dragon Cart

Why walk when you can rent a dragon for a few hours?

Elijah Wood

While Elijah Wood was at Comic-Con for the TV show “Wilfred,” we remember him for being the voice of 9.

Gladiator Women

What more can you say? Women with big swords.

Hoops & Yoyo
Hallmark’s inflatable ambassadors Hoops and Yoyo.
My Little Pony

My Little Pony. Of course.

Pink Battle Bear
It may look cute, but this pink Battle Bear (from the mobile game) is armed and dangerous.
Princess Leia
Is that Princess Leia? Or just another metallic heroine?
Sasha Grey
The star of Steven Soderbergh's The Girlfriend Experience joins Hulk Hogan as one of the voices in the video game Saint's Row: The Third.
A hero for the web generation.
R2-D2 and C-3PO
Long-term Comic-Con veterans R2-D2 and C-3PO are back for another year.
Star Wars Car
By day, a simple VW, but after being used as a canvas by comic book artist Ken Lashley, this Passat is transformed into the Star Wars Car.
Superman and the Green Lantern
One comes from the planet Oa and the other from Krypton, but at Comic-Con they're just pals hanging out.
Simon Legno and Adios
The Italian artist Simon Legno (creator of the Toki Doki brand) hanging out with a fan (our own Interactive VP, Nicole Butte) and his Adios doll.
Wonder Women
What’s wonderful about Wonder Woman is there’s a size for every woman.
The Ladies of Star Trek
Green, white, blonde, brunette: everyone loves Star Trek.
Santa Yodas
Every Christmas, in a galaxy far away, Yoda makes a list and he checks it twice.

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