(BALTIMORE, MD) – ()-Make sure your bounty to Jabba the Hutt is secure with a PREVIEWS exclusive Carbonite Han Solo back buddy by Comic Images. The exclusive backpack is available to pre-order from the September PREVIEWS catalog and will be available to purchase from comic book specialty shops in late October.
Secure your things in carbonite with this zip-up plush backpack, which features the likeness of Han Solo pushing against his prison. The backpack also features side panels reminiscent of the gauges and meters on the side of Han’s carbonite block in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Keep your keys, wallet, books and other valuables in perfect hibernation in the single zip-up pouch, and keep your bounty close to you using the adjustable straps.
This unique book bag can be purchased for $44.95 using item code SEP152514 at your local comic book shop. Find a comic shop near you at www.comicshoplocator.com to get a Han of your own!
Geek art gallery, Geekenheim officially launched at this years New York Comic Con. A mixture of comic book fandom and high end design, Geekenheim strives to offer accessible gallery level art to geeks of all genres. From heroes you know to the subjects that you love, Geekenheim covers everything from anime to sci fi and beyond. Their New York Comic Con success was ensured with beautifully rendered body paint costumes on fashion models at the show. Photos of the costumes can be found at http://www.geekenheim.com/2012/10/nycc-2012/. Video footage of the body paint sessions can be found at http://www.geekenheim.com/2012/10/701/
Founder James Kenna explains their origin. “I wanted something nice for my living room and looked everywhere. Modern art is great but I wanted a mix of modern and fun. I wanted art with a hint of geek nostalgia. Couldn’t find it anywhere, so I created it! Our quality is above and beyond the standard print. Each piece is hand selected. We select the best of the best so the end consumer doesn’t have to!”
The production process at Geekenheim completes the level of quality in their prints. Soy inks and a full gallery wrap opposed to the typical museum wrap. Each print is wrapped on thick 1.5″ wood frame, with protective, satin finish coating.
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Geekenheim is the online marketplace for the geek. Discover art and design products, connect with artists, and share your inspirations. If you are a geek artist, we would like to showcase and sell your artwork! Its your opportunity to reach a global audience without losing your creative rights.
Rob Base rips open the Sith Lord, Darth Maul. Is this figure a part of the force or will it break under the darkside?