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DC Pop-Up Shop Heads to Washington D.C.

DC Pop-Up Shop Heads to Washington D.C.
NORTH AMERICA–Warner Bros. Television Group has joined forces with DC Entertainment for the DC in D.C. Pop-Up Shop, a limited event that will bring celebrities, politicians and fans to the U.S. capital to explore the story of America through a superhero lens.

The three-day event will feature exclusive merchandise featuring Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and other DC characters.

NORTH AMERICA–Warner Bros. Television Group has joined forces with DC Entertainment for the DC in D.C. Pop-Up Shop, a limited event that will bring celebrities, politicians and fans to the U.S. capital to explore the story of America through a superhero lens.

From Jan. 12-14, comic book enthusiasts will have the opportunity to take photos with two dozen 7-by-4-foot comic book covers, use a branded-“Black Lightening” charging station and purchase the Top 50 Greatest DC graphic novels of all-time including The Death of Superman, V for Vendetta and Watchmen.

In addition, fans will have access to view the costumes worn by the title characters of Warner Bros. “The Flash” and “Supergirl”; participate in meet-and-greet opportunities with the casts of “Gotham” and “Black Lightening”; sip on coffee, which will be handed out at shop Jitters, a replica of the coffee house in the extended “Arrow”-verse; purchase exclusive DC in D.C.-themed shirts with artwork that includes “Superman meets JFK”, “Superman meets Reagan,” “Action Comics #1”, “Detective Comics No. 27” and more; and purchase a curated selection of DC Funko Pop! figures including fan-favorites from the worlds of “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” and Wonder Woman.

The DC in D.C. Pop-Up Shop will be open Friday-Sunday, Jan. 12-14, from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. in front of the Newseum in Washington D.C.

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