Special Attractions

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2019 Special Attractions

501st Legion
The 501st Legion is a world-wide all volunteer Star Wars costuming group with more than 13,000 members around the globe of which, over 500 are members are within Star Garrison alone. Their mission is to share the love of Star Wars, encourage the love of costuming, and to contribute to their communities of a local, national, and international level through charity work and volunteerism. Representing the Imperial side of the Star Wars story, the 501st Legion is "The Bad Guys doing Good." We would love for you to join us, come see us at www.501st.com

Battlefield Houston
Battlefield Houston brings the newest style of laser tag. With laser tag guns modeled after the latest Sci-Fi movies and video games, you can engage in battle with your fellow Sci-Fi fans. In team matches, players are engaged in missions like Deathmatch and Domination. Providing tactical style laser tag to the Greater Houston area since 2008, Battlefield Houston knows how to bring fun games to any location.

The Comicpalooza Podcast Program
The Comicpalooza Podcast program is going strong in its fifth year at Comicpalooza as over 50 different podcasts come together to get their geek on. The podcast program hosts panels throughout the weekend including educational panels, game shows, live podcasts and special panels. Learn more at www.comicpalooza.com/media/podcasts

GeeksterInk Legends
GeeksterInk Legends is comprised of the leading pop culture tattoo artists in the world. The tour debuted in November 2014 with the goal of bringing together comic conventions and the tattoo industry. With five years of service under their belts, the Legends have been seen at shows around the world, including England, Germany, and Australia.

Haunted House by 916 Productions
916 Productions is a production company operating mainly in the haunted house and horror industry. We also operate and run Houston’s number 1 haunted house The Kingwood Asylum located in Kingwood, TX. The Kingwood Asylum along with our booth will showcase a sampling of what we are capable to do as a production company which is to build haunted houses and props. We can build 2000-3000 square ft. attractions and set up for parties, company events or even build full permanent haunted houses. We build props and Hollywood quality sets with techniques we’ve learned through the years.

What to expect:
We will charge a small fee for each guest to walk through a 700 square ft. miniature haunted house using our techniques to showcase detailed set work and scary good props and actors. This will give the customers a small taste of our ability. We will then poll guest and determine if they would like to see this become a larger more permanent part of the show in the years to come. Very affordable packages will also give guest the ability to take photos on our two photo op sets we are building and take a ride on our interactive last ride coffin ride. Our booth will also be like with very colorful characters to meet and take pictures with.

The Houston Zombie Walk
The Houston Zombie Walk is a 501(c)3 charity that has been rocking Houston since 2011. Raising money for the Too Ghoul for School Education Fund, they throw some of the wildest and fun events in the city from the Carpocalypse Car and Motorcycle Show, to the Houston Halloween Festival, and Christmas with Krampus Wrestling Spectacular. HZW is made up with a 100% volunteer base to maximize giving back and is essentially the coolest way ever to support your community!

Iron Throne by KM Replica Props
Here at KM Replica Props We Make commissioned fan art and props from your favorite tv shows and movies. At our booth you can take a picture on our custom-made Iron throne Replica. Just use your smart phone. It’s only $5.00 and you can also use any prop you want. Including cosplay swords, crowns, dragon eggs, and cloaks.

Jakku Temple- Saber Guild
SABER GUILD is the largest not-for-profit, recognized Star Wars lightsaber performance group in the world and LFL's preferred costumed lightsaber performance club. Jakku Temple is the Central Texas based branch with members throughout the Austin and Houston area. We enhance event experiences through the use of costumed lightsaber choreography to conduct our Interactive Jedi Experience, full stage performances, and photo opportunities, at charity and local community events, as well as, pop culture conventions. We raise awareness and donations for local charities, such as, but not limited to, The Texas Lions Camp and Make-a-Wish. Our mission is to raise and support Texas charities throughout Texas area through our love of Star Wars. If you are interested in learning more you can message the group on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SGJak... or email us at JakkuTemple@saberguild.org You can also follow us on Instagram at @Jakku_Temple

John Marks- BrazenMonkey
John Mark's has been a professional artist for over 25 years, specializing in special effects, costume design, and sculpting. In the last five years, John has turned his attention to building larger than life props. Most notably, he has built popular characters such as the Hult, The Iron Giant and most recently the dragons, Toothless and Light Fury. He continues to try and bring his imagination to life for the young and young at heart. The information on the dragons are: Based on the two main characters that appear in the latest, "How to Train Your Dragon" movie, "Toothless" and "Light Fury", the prop building company, "BrazenMonkey" has made these highly realistic, full-scale, "rideable" dragons. These creatures, along with an assortment of Viking props, are available for photo ops in a fully immerse experience to delight of the young and young at heart. All are welcome to take pictures, and every dragon "rider" will receive a special commemorative dragon rider coin (while supplies last) (Partial proceeds goes go to Make-A-Wish foundation.)

Jurassic Park Experience
Straight from the jungles of Isla Nublar, this Jurassic Park Jeep Wrangler is custom built by local Houstonian @JurassicVic to bring the Jurassic Experience to Comicpalooza. JP12 was the jeep Dennis Nedry used to try and escape the islands with the stolen dinosaur DNA hidden in a Barbasol can. Come relieve the adventure at this Jurassic Park experience! Keep your windows up and hold on to your butts!

Tim the Dalek and Friends
Are you a Whovian?? Well get excited to be EXTERMINATED at Comicpalooza 2019! Tim the Dalek and Friends will be invading to exterminate you and your friends! Take photos inside the Doctors TARDIS, be forced to OBEY Tim Dalek and Tom Dalek as they roam the con floor for a selfie! So come “Allonsy” and don’t miss this “fantastic” prop collection including Davros and the moment! Visit us at (Exhibit Space 2941)