Well hello there my friends and welcome to the closing narratives from the 2021 New York Comic Con. The event itself has been over for days but in our standard fashion its overall coverage is parsed out to make it easier to digest and also find stuff. If you’ve only just arrived you’ll want to click HERE first to see everything that’s come before in a new tab. This post shines the spotlight on the amazing statues of the XM Studios creatives and I’ll begin with their DC Entertainment themed ones. There is no better hero to start with than Superman.
The Press Release:
Singapore-based global design house, XM Studios, continues its trailblazing spirit and storytelling through its globally recognized pop culture luxury art pieces with its latest Godzilla collectibles. As XM Studios continues its global moves with the addition of new properties, expansion of its product portfolio and growth of its collector bases, the award-wining company announced today that it is unveiling four new pieces based on iconic Godzilla movies during New York Comic Con (Booth #1337) at Javits Center in New York City October 7-10.
“As pop-culture fans ourselves, we are excited to expand our global licenses to bring our fans the world’s best collectible luxury art based on iconic intellectual properties,” said Ben Ang, chief executive officer, XM Studios. “Movie aficionados and fans of Godzilla will be instantly drawn to the craftmanship, authenticity, and the visual storytelling of these statues. Every piece will catapult them into the storylines conceptualized and interpreted by XM Studios, together with acclaimed illustrator and sculptor Tanaka Kenichi, who is the 2D and 3D artist for this first XM release,” added Ang.
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Hails and Horns my geek-minded readers, you have arrived at the penultimate posting from my adventures at the 2019 New York Comic Con. If you’ve stuck with us from the beginning until now, you are Vikings in my heart and if you are just joining us now then I say “Welcome”. The convention and special features posts that have come before can all be examined by clicking HERE. It will launch a new tab for you to peruse and believe me there is a lot to peruse. My final special feature is a brief one and focused on the XM Studios stuff. Let’s begin with this AMAZING Samurai Eddie. That’s the Official Mascot of Iron Maiden in case you’ve been under a rock all this time.
I’ve a lot of love for this statue of The Joker and I guess you don’t need me to name all these characters.
Hello again my friends and welcome back. For those following along, you know we are winding down with the posts from the 2019 New York Comic Con. Since this was my 10th Straight year attending, I decided to do some special side features like this focus on the Star Ace Toys company. Please enjoy this group of images from their booth and also be sure that you’ve seen all of the convention posts that have run before by clicking HERE. I don’t think that I need to name these characters for you do I. Nah.
Hey there my friends, so as you now I’ve been sharing the visuals and notations from the 2019 New York Comic Con and in addition to all of the posts that have been presented from the exploration, I’ve taken some side trips and made some spotlight posts to celebrate our 10th Annual attendance of the convention. Before I get to sharing the Day Four stuff, I wanted to shine that spotlight on the craftsmanship of Kotobukiya who make a lot of things that we enjoy seeing. Make sure you are up to speed on the other NYCC posts first by clicking HERE.