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Shout! Factory at Comic-Con 2018

Shout! Factory returns to San Diego Comic-Con International in 2018 with signings with cast and creators of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and new official Mystery Science Theater 3000 merchandise. The Shout! Factory booth (#4118) on the main convention floor.

At 7 p.m. on Friday, July 20, in Room 32AB, join Brian Ward (Sr. Director of Blu-ray and DVD Production) and Jeff Nelson (Sr. Marketing Director) as they make special announcements and unveil exclusive sneak peeks of Shout! and Scream Factory’s upcoming releases. A fan-driven insider’s event filled with lively discussion and a few surprises, this panel discussion and Q&A will be moderated by Bill Hunt of The Digital Bits.

For continuing updates on Shout! Factory’s Comic-Con activities and news, please follow us on Twitter @ShoutFactory, on Instagram @shoutfactory, and on the studio’s official Facebook page

Event Highlights at Comic-Con 2018 Include:
Thursday, July 19, 2-3 p.m. Signing with Felicia Day and Steve Vance at the Sails Pavilion at AA18. This is a wristbanded event.

A shirt with the above image will be sold, along with this beauty:

If you’re going, have fun and when you get in the main hall, try not to breathe. Just kidding.

5 Replies to “Shout! Factory at Comic-Con 2018”

  1. goalieboy82 says:

    as they make special announcements

    i hope its related to future DVD’s (Hart or Williams or Toho).


  2. Ray Dunakin says:

    Wonderful artwork, as always!


  3. TheAngryBanjo says:

    I hope one of those announcements is at least that rereleases of Vol. 8 and up are on the way. I refuse to indulge the scalpers charging 100 bucks for somebody’s used copy.

    And Gypsy dressed as Jonah cracks me up way more than it should.


  4. touches no one's life, then leaves says:

    That’s the best image of what Cambot now looks like that I’ve seen so far.

    Seriously, they can’t have an occasional sequence where Cambot is filming himself, or when Crow & Servo are filming Cambot (thus demonstrating how much worse they are at filming than Cambot is), or something like that?

    “Tonight on Biography: Cambot, Elusive No More!”

    Incidental to an incidental comment, in, uh, The One Where Gypsy Riffed About Steam-Cleaning The Horses (yes, I suppose I *could* look the title up…), Servo says to Joel, “You should’ve have stopped at two [bots]” meaning that if Joel had done so, whether or not Gypsy got to riff in the theater with the others wouldn’t be an issue.

    If Gypsy was Joel’s third robot creation, after Servo and Crow, that implies that Joel didn’t create CAMBOT at all, that he was already on the ship when Joel arrived. Which makes perfect sense, because isn’t that how Joel and the Mads communicate with each other, through Cambot? So he’s the most integral character in the show yet almost constantly ignored. Not enough bell towers in the world for Cambot…


  5. touches no one's life, then leaves says:

    BTW, are the characters in the background supposed to be who they seem to be or are they also characters dressed up as other characters? I’m guessing the former.


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