EL SEGUNDO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wizard World, Inc. (OTCBB:WIZD) today announced the launch of Wizard World Store (www.shopwizardworld.com), a marketplace for Comic Con fans, collectors and general geekdom. The site offers exclusive limited run signed comic books that Wizard World has co-produced for its pop culture festivals over the years.
Wizard World Store features signed and graded copies of a select number of the popular limited edition exclusive variant cover issues of "The Walking Dead #1" and Marvel titles from Wizard World events from the past few years, as well as collectibles and merchandise generally available only at the shows.
"Now there is a single destination for the ultimate collector," said John Macaluso, Wizard World CEO. "Wizard World Store is the place for fans who didn't make it to a show or want to complete a set of Wizard World-themed comic books, collectibles and merchandise that they can only find at our events across the country."
Some of the featured products already available at the launch of the site include the 100th Anniversary "X-Men Special #1" Exclusive Variant Cover by Jorge Molina; "The Walking Dead #1" Exclusive Variant Cover by Mike Zeck and Wizard World Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Limited Edition GLOW-IN-THE-DARK Tokyo Vinyl Green Ranger.
Wizard World branded merchandise such as beanies, hats, hoodies and T-shirts are also offered, with more exclusive products being added.
About Wizard World Store
Wizard World Store (www.shopwizardworld.com) is a marketplace for Comic Con fans, collectors and general geekdom. We offer exclusive limited run signed comic books that Wizard World has co-produced for its pop culture festivals over the years. Now there is a single destination for the ultimate collector. Search it. Find it. Buy it.
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