20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Returns To Comic-Con

Jay Cochran - July 14, 2011
Join a Band of Rebels and Get a First Look at the Star Wars Saga on Blu-ray at Booth #3528


WHAT: Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has something for everyone at San Diego Comic-Con. Along with previously announced signings and panels with numerous fan favorites, Fox will bring additional fun to the downtown area including:

● For the first time, witness some of the exciting features from the more than 40 hours of bonus material on the upcoming Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray and experience one of the Saga’s most iconic moments from a unique, in-universe vantage point. This and additional surprises can be found at booth #3528.

● “Burn Notice” star Bruce Campbell and creator Matt Nix will offer fans an exclusive sneak peak of the July 26 Blu-ray and DVD release of “Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe” featuring a full panel on Thursday, July 21 at 10:00am in Ballroom 20. Campbell will then be signing autographs in Fox booth #4313 shortly after the panel.


Pose for pictures with Frank the Bunny as he hands out exclusive buttons on the streets of San Diego tied to the Donnie Darko: 10th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray, available everywhere July 26. Four limited edition collectible buttons were designed for Comic-Con; find Frank on the streets to get yours!

● Three Finger will make sure convention goers don’t make a “wrong turn” downtown as the iconic character will be stationed at roadblocks all over the city, taking pictures with fans in celebration of the October 25 Blu-ray and DVD release of Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings.

● Fans will have a chance to buy advance copies of anticipated Blu-ray / DVD releases at the Fox booth #4313 including: “Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe,” Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, and Donnie Darko: 10th Anniversary Edition. There will also be an opportunity to pre-order some highly anticipated titles including Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray, Wrong Turn 4, Archer: Season Two and Futurama: Volume Six. After Comic-Con fans can go to foxconnect.com to purchase all titles available at the convention.


WHERE: Booth #4313 – Twentieth Century Fox
Booth #3528 – Star Wars Blu-ray Experience


Comic-Con International at the San Diego Convention Center


WHEN: Wednesday, July 20 – Sunday, July 24, 2011


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AMG - 2008-09-06 @ 1:00 am

I skipped the first run of this mold, and still regret it. I'll be picking this up.

Wheeljack35 - 2008-09-03 @ 8:42 pm
I always thought of Unicron as a powerful being that called apon Primacron to help him turn his prison into his body. That effectively combines the G1 cartoon with the comic.

I also combine the origins of the TFs as well. After locking away the Fallen, the original 13 were enslaved by the Quintessons who mass produced their designs.

In the origion I have almost all the stories exist ecept I refuse to use the quintessons

The Quints were still a big part in Transformers lore so it would only make sense to include them someway. I just don't buy the whole Quints ARE the creators of the TFs. In Five Faces of Darkness part 4 it merely shows the Quints already in charge and the TFs rebelled. I beleive there were TFs before the Quints arrived.

The Quints were just bad guys for season 3

I believe also in that Primus had the origional 13 created

I will not give the Quints any recognition

Wheeljack35 - 2008-09-03 @ 8:38 pm
Like Powerglide would it have killed Hasbro to paint him in G1 colors?

Maybe they would sell more if they had done it when it was rereleased the first time

Huh? He IS in G1 colors...

Takara has it in G1 colors not Hasbro @smilepunch@

Rodimus Primal - 2008-09-03 @ 8:30 pm
I always thought of Unicron as a powerful being that called apon Primacron to help him turn his prison into his body. That effectively combines the G1 cartoon with the comic.

I also combine the origins of the TFs as well. After locking away the Fallen, the original 13 were enslaved by the Quintessons who mass produced their designs.

In the origion I have almost all the stories exist ecept I refuse to use the quintessons

The Quints were still a big part in Transformers lore so it would only make sense to include them someway. I just don't buy the whole Quints ARE the creators of the TFs. In Five Faces of Darkness part 4 it merely shows the Quints already in charge and the TFs rebelled. I beleive there were TFs before the Quints arrived.

Capt.S.G.Wiseman - 2008-09-03 @ 2:40 am

I personally do not care what color scheme he is. I used my Armada version for a custom Megatron. I no longer have that fun custom, however I would like one more crack at buying Unicron and keeping him for my permanent collection.

pesatyel - 2008-09-03 @ 2:04 am
Like Powerglide would it have killed Hasbro to paint him in G1 colors?

Maybe they would sell more if they had done it when it was rereleased the first time

Huh? He IS in G1 colors...

Wheeljack35 - 2008-09-03 @ 1:00 am
I always thought of Unicron as a powerful being that called apon Primacron to help him turn his prison into his body. That effectively combines the G1 cartoon with the comic.

I also combine the origins of the TFs as well. After locking away the Fallen, the original 13 were enslaved by the Quintessons who mass produced their designs.

In the origion I have almost all the stories exist ecept I refuse to use the quintessons

gojira77 - 2008-09-01 @ 5:12 pm

Yeah, I like Unicron as just a big robot-- the very pinancle of science and technology gone bad. He can be used to represent Evil in the abstract metaphorically and definitely has satanic traits, but he's not Satan. Really, before Furman basically ripped off Zoroastrianism, Unicron was still essentially a big robot. I would have prefered that he stayed in the realm of science fiction, which can provide thoughtful and respectful commentary on religion, rather than have toy people play theologian. Even Beast Machines got that much right!

Rodimus Primal - 2008-09-01 @ 4:45 pm

I always thought of Unicron as a powerful being that called apon Primacron to help him turn his prison into his body. That effectively combines the G1 cartoon with the comic.

I also combine the origins of the TFs as well. After locking away the Fallen, the original 13 were enslaved by the Quintessons who mass produced their designs.

gojira77 - 2008-09-01 @ 8:13 am

I kinda hate the high-falutin' bio they have written on the back of his box which seems to incorporate the stories that Furman wrote about him in G1, Armada, and Universe. As much as I liked reading the Marvel Unicron Saga as a kid I'm starting to wish that Unicron was still just a hare-brained scheme cooked up by a mad scientist who was ultimately defeated... by Season 3 Comic-Relief Grimlock!

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