Following last year's display of Batmobiles, Warner Bros. Entertainment. has returned to San Diego's Hilton San Diego Bayfront hotel park for "Lawn Con," a family-friendly event space featuring music, eating areas and prominent DC Comics, LEGO and Warner Bros. Animation displays. Set to run through the duration of Comic-Con on July 18-21, Lawn Con showcases 2-3 story-tall Teen Titans Go! balloons, approximately 1:1 scale LEGO builds of Batman, Scooby-Doo's Mystery Machine and even a life-size LEGO Bag End bringing the Hobbit Lego set to life. Down the street, Cartoon Network's also blown up Regular Show's Mordecai and Rigby with a big balloon display.
Comic book fans are typically attuned to loving an often under-appreciated medium, which is why when I scoped the balloon sculptures of Balloon Guy Entertainment over at Joystiq yesterday, I knew CA had to share the company's relevant comic book and pop culture works. We'
Clowns are good for a lot of things: Making brave children laugh, speaking on behalf of hamburger empires, saving bull riders -- all kinds of jazz. Still, given their varying codes of pantomimage, it never occurred to me that a clown could ever share my love of comic books.That's where the balloon-sculpting Ronzo comes in. The professional clown's been making Internet magic happen since at least 2008, teaching Marvel movie enthusiasts the magic of the Avengers in anticipation of the franchise's pending 2012 cinematic team up.
Ronzo's kept things classic, sculpting iconic Avengers like Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America and Thor, sometimes dressed as a cigar-chomping clown Nick Fury. And even though I have a history of coulrophobia these balloon versions of Earth's Mightiest Heroes help to ease my impression of the entertainers.
Now that Wolverine's a movie star and all, lots of people are attempting to imitate the just so-so CGI of his trademark claws by making their own with spring-loaded arm sheaths, bladed brass knuckles, and even a wearable version made out of balloons,
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