LOS ANGELES, April 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- FBC Holdings (OTCQB: FBCD), soon to be Super Rad Industries is ecstatic to announce its plans for the upcoming 2011 San Diego Comic-Con. Super Rad Toy's Plastic City division will be releasing at least four new collectible figures and other limited edition items at the upcoming Comic-Con. Plastic City will host signings at its booth by Tristan Eaton, Jermaine Rogers, Matt Albanese aka MCA, and Josh Taylor.
"Comic-Con is a very important show for us and we are thrilled to have the caliber of artists and products to present to the press, the general public, and to toy industry tastemakers," said Christopher LeClerc, CEO of Super Rad Industries. LeClerc continues, "People will be very surprised by our new products and new licenses we have recently signed."
Super Rad will kick-off Comic-Con with a signing by Tristan Eaton, one of the most respected artists and toy creators of his generation, for his new line called B-Bot. This revolutionary figure will change the way the mass market looks at Vinyl Toys all the while keeping the figures super collectible. Super Rad will have Jermaine Rogers signing his Allepin Sane Rabbit Figure on Day two. This release will be the first by Jermaine in a long time and is already getting some big buzz. On day three, Super Rad is looking forward to having Matt Albanese aka MCA sign his Rainbow Man figure. This will be Super Rad's first release from Matt's WZRD Crew series. Last but not least, on day four Josh Taylor will be center stage at the Super Rad booth signing his Mary figure. Mary is one of Josh's key characters in his artwork and will be an exciting edition to the bland world of collectible "Bratz-like" dolls.
Super Rad Toys is also planning to release its first figure from Paul Frank. It will be a six-inch figure of "Julius" the monkey. "We have signed some great licenses lately and Paul Frank is definitely a feather in our cap." LeClerc continues, "We are also putting together an eclectic group of artists together to collaborate on a line of artist inspired Paul Frank Figures. Comic-Con is just the beginning, given our licenses and artists we are extremely confident in our company's ability to hit revenue marks and ultimately profitability."
Comic-Con International is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to creating awareness of, and appreciation for, comics and related popular art forms, primarily through the presentation of conventions and events that celebrate the historic and ongoing contribution of comics to art and culture. Comic-Con has seen a steady growth in attendance every year of its 42-year run, but has absolutely exploded in popularity over the last 5 years, even reaching a new milestone in 2011: all attendance badges for the July event have sold out in one day (100,000 +).
About Super Rad Industries
Since 2006, Super Rad Toys has been at the forefront of the collectible art world, by producing innovative and high-quality vinyl collectibles that have gained an excellent reputation with collectors on a global basis. The founders aspired to create original and inspired vinyl collectibles to be acquired and cherished in the same way traditional art collectors do fine art. They specialize in translating licensing, branding concepts and turning intellectual property into tangible products including toys, figures, house wares, apparel, and collectibles. As a result, the company has secured a portfolio of intellectual property and through various acquisitions of licenses, properties, and rights to utilize highly visible product brands.
Today, Super Rad Industries' team of professionals are continuing the success of identifying valuable intellectual property and trends, securing licensing and solidifying business relationships to insure the intellectual property rights, and designing products, in order to provides the highest quality of products and collectibles to consumers and fans.
For more information about Super Rad Industries products, contact Super Rad Industries at (310) 8365990. Visit the Super Rad Industries Website at http://www.superradindustries.com.
SOURCE FBC Holdings Inc.