Hallmark will return to the SDCC this summer (July 21-25) with some exclusive DC, Star Wars and Simpsons ornaments. I have been collecting and haning these ornamenst on my Christmas tree since they started back in the early 90's, there still one I don't have but one day I'll find it and maybe be able to afford it. I want that 2-pack of droids from Star Wars:The Empire Strikes Back, check them all out below!
Here's the PR of what you can see from Hallmark at SDCC 2010.
75 Years of DC Comics features the publisher’s three most iconic heroes bursting into action from the very comic books in which they made their first cover appearances—Wonder Woman in Sensation Comics No. 1 (January 1942), Superman in Action Comics No. 1 (June 1938) and Batman in Detective Comics No. 27 (May 1939).
Limited run of 750.K-3PO and R-3PO is a two-pack of protocol droids appearing in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. These are repaints of the C-3PO Keepsake Ornament offered in 2003 and celebrate the 30th anniversary of the film’s release. While the red-plated R-3PO can be seen working within the Rebels’ secret Echo Base on the ice planet Hoth, the white-armored K-3PO is shown as an advisor in the base’s command center during the Imperial attack that ultimately drove the rebels back into space. Limited run of 1,000 sets.
Mr. Burns’ Christmas “Bonus” depicts the boss you love to hate from television’s “The Simpsons” offering his idea of a generous holiday gift. Limited run of 500.
The 'Keepsake Ornaments' of each design will be offered for sale every day of the convention. Visitors to the Hallmark booth at Comic-Con again will receive a series of collectible buttons featuring Star Wars Keepsake Ornaments. The button series will feature five designs, with one design to be given away on each day of the convention. A limited number of buttons with each design will be produced.
Feel free to visit Hallmark.com/keepsakes to see the complete line of Keepsake Ornaments for 2010, which includes designs based on favorite characters from comics, movies and television.