Friday, July 16, 2010 at 2:38AM
The following is an email received from the media contact for Disney Consumer Products:
TRON Comic-Con 2010 Exhibit #3712
Disney will showcase an interactive TRON exhibit on the Comic Con convention floor (#3712), giving fans a first look at all-new “TRON: Legacy” inspired merchandise launching this fall. Capturing the action, light, and cool aesthetic style of the film, the display will include toys, electronics, videogames, Comic Con exclusives and more. Here's a sampling:
- Spinmaster’s zero gravity cycles drive on walls or ceilings with remote control
- Impulse projection TRON action figure line - an action figure "first," they project digital images of key TRON film characters from within the helmet, speaking lines from the TRON: Legacy film
- High-end lifestyle/gaming headphones line from Monster
- PC peripherals from Razer and PDP
-Apparel including a men’s assortment by Oakley, Adidas, New Era, replica TRON motorcycle racing suits for him and her by Universal Designs LTD, and accessories for him and her by Han Cholo
The gaming portion of the booth will engage fans with a showcase of the all new “TRON: Evolution” video game from Disney Interactive Studios and will feature TRON-inspired game controllers from PDP, plus a TRON-inspired gaming chair by Comfort Research decked out with high performance speakers, multi player capabilities and connection options to MP3, CD, DVD players, home theatres and all gaming devices.
Two Comic-Con exclusive products will be on sale from Spinmaster: the die-cast replica of Sam Flynn’s Light Cycle (3000 pieces, $5/each) and a special edition vintage figure inspired by the original TRON movie with light-up feature on the base that can be activated in or out of the arcade-style packaging made to look like the iconic TRON arcade game (1,500 pieces, $40/each).
See the official press release HERE!
Your chances of getting these uber cool TRON con exclusives may be slim. The 1:50th scale model TRON Legacy die-cast light cycle is limited to 3000 pieces, 200 on Wednesday and 700 a day Thursday-Sunday. And the static light-up figure packed in a vintage TRON arcade cabinet is limited to 1,500 pieces, 100 Wednesday and 350 a day Thursday-Sunday.