Ghoulsville Invades San Diego Comic-Con 2017!

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For the 7th consecutive year, Retro-a-go-go! brings retro inspired robots, zombies and monsters back to the San Diego Comic-Con. This year, Ghoulsville is taking over the Retro-a-go-go Comic-Con Booth.  You'll find all of our creeps and be able to touch and feel the Series 2 VAC-TASTIC PLASTIC horror decor featuring Space Invader, Underwater Terror, Deep Space Astro Zombie, Radio Activ Astro Zombie, Mummy and Fishface.  

Ghoulsville wouldn't be complete without Ghouleena.  Stop by our booth to meet, greet and get your selfies with Retro-a-go-go! spokesmodel Ghouleena. She'll be bringing the creep and introducing our new product lines which includes the Series 3 Wall Decor Masks.  Rumor has it a Martian spacecraft may also be landing in Ghoulsville.

Don't miss out on Comic-Con Product Specials, free giveaways and a chance to get an Exclusive Kreep Kit Trick or Treat Goodie Bag.  The Retro-a-go-go! booth is #5251 and is located around the corner from Funko.  (click here for an exhibit hall map). If you can't make it in person, we'll also be running an exclusive online promotion to celebrate the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con.  

017 Comic-Con International: San Diego
July 20-23 2017
San Diego Convention Center
111 W. Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92101

About Comic-Con

Comic-Con International: San Diego began in 1970 when a group of comics, movie, and science fiction fans put on the first comic book convention in southern California.  The show set out to celebrate and promote comic book and other aspects of popular arts the including films and science fiction/fantasy literature.  There are over 700 Exhibitors which include classic comic book publishers Marvel and D.C., toy manufacturers Lego and Hasbro, movie studios Lucasfilm, Warner Brothers and 20th Century Fox, video game makers Nintendo, Capcom and Xbox.  You can also see independent artists, local comic, toy and gaming retailers, as well as licensed and original collectible manufacturers like Retro-a-go-go!  Over 130,000 people attend the four-day event. 

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