Suvudu caught internet rockstar Pablo Hidalgo in-between his official StarWars.com duties at Comic-Con to talk about his book G.I. JOE vs COBRA: The Essential Guide.
Insight is a collection of action figure photographs by Hasbro’s Gianni Lopergolo, who is living with Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Hasbro is selling the collection – which features mainly photographs of their Star Wars, G.I. Joe, and Marvel lines, to help raises funds for his family and others suffering from the disease.
Yesterday, NJOE dug up some details on the marketing plan for the second Fate of the Jedi book, Christie Golden’s Omen. It includes an appearance by Christie Golden at San Diego Comic Con and new content on StarWars.com like a live author chat (a first?) and ‘Ben’s Journal’ – which sounds like something in the same vein as the Outcast postcards.
Not quite sure where they got the info, but it’s similar to what’s in the Random House Summer catalog (not yet available on their website, but you can find a PDF here – or see the relevant page under the jump.) Omen and the related publicity info are on page 72. But as you’ll note by the Abyssesque cover image, the catalog info is not necessarily the most up to date, and these things do have a tendency to change. But with the release date of June 23 bearing down, we’ll have news out of StarWars.com one way or another.
(Speaking of, Pablo Hidalgo’s Essential Guide to G.I. JOE is on page 85.) Continue reading “FOTJ marketing push continues for Omen“
We’re poised to enter blockbuster season Friday with the release of X-Men Origins: Wolverine on Friday, but which big summer movies are you most looking forward to? Vote on the sidebar or under the cut. Continue reading “Poll: Spring/Summer movies race to the finish”
And in an eighties and nineties pop-culture tie-in, he’s considering Mark Wahlberg for the role of Duke. Does this mean Nikki Cox will be Scarlett?