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San Diego Comic Con is nearly here and get ready

Complete with pictures of Barb at a variety of different ages, candles, and a rose-covered wreath with a sash saying “Gone but not forgotten” the whole thing is absolutely adorable and tacky and we are certain there’s few other ways to honour the sweetest angel of Hawkins herself.The film also features Mark Hamill, so it’s pretty perfectly prepped for Comic-Con audiences; the panel is teasing some exclusive footage, but fully expect a full trailer will follow up on the film’s initial teaser.Any year in which Marvel Studios comes to Comic-Con is a year in which Marvel Studios is a major highlight of Comic-Con. They’re already promising looks at Steven Spielberg’s “Ready Player One”, “Blade Runner 2049″, “Justice League” and “Aquaman”. Whether they’ll change that for Avengers: Infinity War is unclear, although we’re sure to get new images regardless. But they’ve found an even better way to make the panel worthwhile: they’ll be trotting out Harrison Ford to promote the movie in front of the Hall H crowd on Saturday.Xbox Booth: Hall A, Booth #100: Play Middle-earth: Shadow of War in the Xbox booth and check out the new Xbox One X. In this highly anticipated sequel to Middle-earth Shadow of Mordor, go behind enemy lines to forge your army, conquer fortresses and dominate Mordor form within. Hamill himself isn’t actually scheduled to appear, mind you – but bigger surprises have happened at Comic-Con. The Mattel booth boasted a life-size replica of the new Batmobile from “Justice League“, which looks like a tank crossed with a sports vehicle. The company also hosted its own D23 convention just last week. At their panel, exec producers and co-creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland will be joined by writer/producer Ryan Ridley and voice actor Sarah Chalke (Beth) and there’s likely to be more footage released from the upcoming season – or possibly a new trailer.Russell Bobbitt is one of the top Feature Film Property Masters with more than 30 years of feature films to his name. But if the studio has plans, they’re keeping ‘em close to the vest for now.My Little Pony: The Movie was originally set to hit theaters in November of 2017, but thankfully for the Pony fans and bronies across the world, the movie has been pushed up to a release date of October 6th, 2017.