Comic Con 2010: Fox has a poster tube for you!

Grabbing some good swag is (almost) as important as snagging a choice spot inside the Marvel and JJ Abrams/Joss Whedon panels at this week’s Comic Con. Fortunately, 20th Century Fox TV is happy to oblige: It plans to distribute tens of thousands of poster tubes from its booth over the convention’s four-day span in San Diego. The studio will also distribute thousands of mini posters for each of its shows, some of which were created exclusively for Comic Con.

The TV studio has scheduled panel discussions for 10 of its shows at Comic Con: Glee, The Simpsons, Family Guy, Bones, The Cleveland Show, Futurama, American Dad, Sons of Anarchy, Bob’s Burgers, and Neighbors From Hell.

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  • Mike

    Poster tubes remind me of that Brady Bunch episode where Mike’s architect plans get swapped with the kids’ poster at the amusement park.

  • WatchesEverything

    Futurama is no longer a Fox show. You had your chance, guys.

    • MARC

      Um, it’s still produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television…

  • Effue

    Futurama is 20th Century Fox, dip-poo

  • John

    Protip: Futurama sucks regardless of what network it is on.

    • yep

      u suck

  • Mr. Williams

    I wish I was attending this year. The con is so much FUN!!! A great way to network and preview upcoming releases. I’m sure the major buzz will be about the Green Lantern Movie Costume – Hollywood messed it up. Question is, why did DC Comics approve of this???

  • corey haim

    Wish I was there. Being dead sucks worse than being called Feldman by mistake

  • Kath

    Shame, Comic con has turned into lets promote our shows and movies, even if they are not SciFi or Comic in origin!!

  • Chelsea

    You forgot Human Target, which has a screening and Q&A on Saturday with its stars.

    • KT

      Yay!!! Although it’s actually produced by Warner Bros. and I believe it’s part of their promo. But glad Fox is bringing it back!

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