The designs for this year’s Comic-Con bags are here! Plus, check out WB’s plans for their booth. #WBSDCC
I still can’t believe Comic-Con is coming right up next week! In case you haven’t already, make sure to take a look at the full schedule of panels.
For the ninth year in a row, Warner Bros. and Comic-Con have teamed up to provide the official bags of SDCC. For 2018, Warner Bros. is bringing fans 18 different bag designs! And once again, for the second year in a row, each bag will come with a unique collector’s pin with 12 DC character designs for 2018.
For the bags, WBTV series Arrow, Black Lightning, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, Krypton, Supergirl, Supernatural, and the highly anticipated upcoming Chilling Adventures of Sabrina for Netflix and Castle Rock for Hulu; Warner Bros. Animation’s DC Super Hero Girls and Young Justice: Outsiders, along with Warner Bros. Animation/Blue Ribbon Content’s Constantine: City of Demons; Feature films include Aquaman, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, The Meg and Teen Titans GO! to the Movies; DC Entertainment will be featured on two bags, one celebrating 80 years of Superman in DC’s comic pages and another devoted to the upcoming DC UNIVERSE digital service.
In terms of this year’s pins, designs will include: Arrow, Aquaman, Batman, Black Lightning, Catwoman, The Flash, Harley Quinn, Joker, Martian Manhunter, Nightwing, Superman and Wonder Woman.
Take a look at the designs here:
Fans should also plan to make their way to the Warner Bros. booth on the convention floor (#4545)!
Lucifer fans will have a heavenly — and devilish — time with life-sized, photo-friendly wings flown in from the City of Angels as a divine treat for the devoted fans who helped keep Lucifer alive! #LuciferSaved
Parents and kids alike can enjoy LEGO® gaming kiosks. Brave fans can step inside the virtual mouth of the ferocious megalodon ahead of the premiere of The Meg, the upcoming action-horror film featuring the 75-foot-long prehistoric shark that’s been missing for 2.5 million years. Fans having a good hare day can snap a picture with Warner Bros. Television’s “Hop, Hop, and Away!” rabbit statue, which is part of the Rabbitville public art installation which combines the history of San Diego’s Rabbitville district (now the Gaslamp Quarter) with some of the most recognizable heroes from the DC Universe.
Also, keep in mind that Con-goers who hope to participate in autograph signings must visit Comic-Con.org/CCI to submit their interest via the Exclusive Signings Portal. WBTVG follows Comic-Con’s ticket drawing/wristband distribution procedure.
What are you most looking forward to at this year’s SDCC? Share your thoughts with us in comments and make sure to stay tuned to We So Nerdy. We’ll be brining you the latest developments right from the Con!