Warner Bros provides Comic-Con bags again this year

Last year I left San Diego Comic-Con International happy with my Batman Gotham City oversized bag. I still use it today to store items. When you have a bag that awesome, how can you not?

Today Warner Bros. Entertainment announced that for the third year, they will be handling the bags.  The oversized bags are 24”x29”, meaning they can fit quite a bit of stuff. So if you’re planning on buying a lot of merchandise or receiving a lot of swag, this bag will definitely come in handy. Gone is the ability to carry the bag like a backpack, since it’ll be a messenger-style bag.

The WB bags feature TV shows like Arrow, The Big Bang Theory, Fringe, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries, along with motion pictures Man of Steel and Pacific Rim. The one I hope to get is the DC Nation bag featuring Young Justice and Teen Titans.

Comic-Con is already off to a great start.

 

  • Over 130,000 of the oversized 24”x29” bags — which have been called Comic-Con’s “ubiquitous accessory” by Entertainment Weekly and “a must have” by Deadline Hollywood have been produced and will be provided to Comic-Con attendees as they check in to the convention.
  • To download images of the TV series bags, as well as the official Comic-Con 2012 artwork side, click here: http://bit.ly/R7azfk
  • The 2012 edition will be a messenger-style bag with shoulder strap and, of course, a poster-protecting pocket.
  • Designed by Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Marketing, the bags feature double-sided artwork. Each will have the all-new Comic-Con 2012 official design on one side, with the other highlighting Warner Bros. titles, including TV series — live-action and animated — from Warner Bros. Television and Warner Bros. Animation, and upcoming theatrical features from Warner Bros. Pictures.

Can you collect all the Warner Bros. bags?

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Growing up Chris watched a lot of the original Saturday morning cartoons and developed a love for arts and animation. Growing up he tried his hand at animation and eventually script writing, but even more his love of video games, anime and technology grew.