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Tom scheduled to appear at Long Beach Comic Con

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ere's a link to the press release:

 

"LONG BEACH COMIC CON OCTOBER 29-31, 2010 WELCOMES BRUCE BOXLEITNER

 

Tron: Legacy & Babylon 5 Star To Headline LBCC

 

Joined By Thomas Jane & Corin Nemec"

 

 

http://www.lw-concepts.com/lw/?p=5156

 

...and the official site link:

 

http://longbeachcomiccon.com/

 

and Guest List:

 

http://longbeachcomiccon.com/comic-con-guests.php

 

 

Jen

 

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Thanks for that link. A really cool special event. I wonder if anyone here will be one of the lucky 15 or 20 people. :D

 

Jen

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Show organizers plan to kick off the event's first day Friday with artist Tim Bradstreet and actor-director Thomas Jane from "Dark Country" and the HBO series "Hung."

 

On Saturday, Bradstreet and Jane will present a live commentary during a 3-D screening of "Dark Country."

 

http://crazy4comiccon.wordpress.com/2010/1...each-comic-con/

 

Jen

 

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RAW will be screening Dark Country on Friday night too.

 

Nice, went last year and sat right behind Mr. Jane during The Mist screening. Anybody check out the show this weekend? A running commentary would have been sweet but already had plans for Hollywood pub crawl and midnight show of Bloodsport!

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Yeah I went to there last night. Managed to get a copy of Bad Planet and Punisher DVD signed by Thomas Jane. The Dark Country commentary was awesome. Lots of laughs. They also recorded it so if Dark Country ever gets the Blu-Ray treatment, it might make an appearance in there.

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Yeah I went to there last night. Managed to get a copy of Bad Planet and Punisher DVD signed by Thomas Jane. The Dark Country commentary was awesome. Lots of laughs. They also recorded it so if Dark Country ever gets the Blu-Ray treatment, it might make an appearance in there.

 

Cool, did you walk around the floor at all? Was it crowded? Seems like they built upon last year in terms of programming so hopefully the exhibition space grew as well.

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