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Monday, August 19, 2013

PRESS RELEASE: STGCC 2013 brings Hot Toys & More!

08.19.2013 – Singapore Toy, Game, and Comic Convention (STGCC) on its sixth year has grown to be the best of East and West that this is the only Pop Culture Event in Asia bringing you the biggest names and the brands that has become a staple for this event.

Last year’s STGCC revealed during Media Preview the upcoming releases as well as highlighted guests who were present.

Hot Toys was one of the event partners who launched three new figures exclusive for STGCC 2012 and definitely everyone lined up on the first day to get their hands on these collectibles.

The Hot Toys booth last year was a mixed of old and new as wells as exclusive vehicles, dioramas and prototypes where on display. For this year Hot Toys pays tribute to one of Marvel’s top grossing films for 2013 and that is Iron Man 3!

With just two more weeks to an explosive action-packed weekend, the Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention (STGCC) unleashes the crowning content from Hot Toys, together with more talented pop culture personalities joining the Walk of Fame.

The Iron Man Experience

Step into Tony Stark aka Iron Man’s Malibu Mansion at this year’s STGCC. The almighty duo – Hot Toys and Action City, will be bringing the Hall of Armor to STGCC. An exact life-size replica from the Iron Man 3 blockbuster, it showcases the full collection of authentic movie armors – the Mark I through the Mark VII, with the Mark XLII as the centerpiece.

Prepare to be awed by the intricate details and fine finish of each of Tony Stark’s armors. Fans who have always wanted a taste of what it is like inside Tony Stark’s underground lab will receive a special treat this year. Hot Toys and Action City pay homage to this billionaire wisecracking tech genius with two holographic display showcases, featuring Hot Toys’ 1/6th scale Mark VII and Tony Stark collectible figures. Witness the figures come alive with the 3D holographic animations.

For the complete Iron Man experience, fans can now take home the Iron Man 3: 1/6th scale Midas (Mark XXI) collectible figure from Tony Stark’s “House Party Protocol” in the memorable scene when his army of suits was activated to aid him in his final battle with Aldrich Killian. This high-altitude suit features multitude layers and shades of metallic gold, giving the collectible figure a brilliant finish. 800 sets will be available for purchase only at STGCC, together with limited edition figurines of Captain America (Star Spangled Man Version) [The First Avenger], Joe Colton [G.I. Joe Retaliation] and Superman (Evil Version) [Superman III].

For retail prices and purchase details, check the info HERE!

More talented artists at STGCC

And here are the talents from the West and the East joining the Walk of Fame to meet and greet fans of Southeast Asia!

Nathan Hamill, son of Mark Hamill, was born during the filming of Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980). Growing up on a healthy diet of cartoons, comics, movies and toys, Nathan is a talented self-taught artist who draws Bart Simpson from The Simpsons. He has an affinity for large-eyed creatures, which he has proudly displayed in his works, ranging from illustrations to sculptures. He makes what he likes, and he truly lives by that.

An architecture graduate turned illustrator, Dexter Soy is Marvel Comics’ newest rising star, having caught the attention of Senior Vice President Marvel Studios/Disney, C.B. Cebulski, with his Thor fan art. His works to date include the relaunch of Captain Marvel. He also worked on Superior Spider-man, Gambit and Uncanny X-force. He also did works for DC: Legends of the Dark knight and currently working on Masters of the Universe vs. DC Universe.

Singapore Toy, Game, and Comic Convention (STGCC) is at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Center happening this weekend (August 31 to September 1, 2013). For more updates and details LIKE the Official Facebook Page and follow them on Twitter: @SingaporeTGCC

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