Fox will be offering the following exclusive products inspired by its television and film properties:
Mattel's "The Final Battle" action figures, depicting the penultimate clash between Jake Scully (Sam Worthington) and Colonel Miles Quaritch (Stephen Lang).
"The Simpsons": Kidrobot's 6-inch figure of the donut boy statue Lard Lad and a Hallmark Christmas ornament featuring Mr. Burns.
NECA's Berserker Predator figure in camouflage mode comes with a removable wrist blade.
"Futurama": Toynami's limited-edition plush of Futurama's intergalactic pet Nibbler.
Meanwhile, Disney will showcase its upcoming Epic Mickey video game through a panel, featuring Warren Spector, game designer of Disney Interactive Studios' Junction Point; and Peter David, comic book writer and author of the upcoming Epic Mickey "Tales of Wasteland" series. The discussion will also include gameplay footage and artwork, as well as a sneak peak at the comics.
In addition, Gator Group revealed that Cosmic Debris and Aston-Drake, a division of Bradford Exchange, would release a custom-designed Emily the Strange doll ($69.99). The limited-run doll (only 250 pieces) will be sold at select booths at Comic-Con, as well as online at Emily the Strange's Facebook page. Emily the Strange will be highlighted at a number of
Showtime also plans to announce the launch of Dexter Game On, an interactive promotional game for the iPhone and Android. The title asks players to step into Dexter's mind to unlock exclusive content from the series' upcoming fifth season and offers chances to win Dexter-themed merchandise, including season 4 DVDs.
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