Comic-Con Exclusive #1 – Scout Trooper Character Key + Speeder Bike Sketchplate Preview

Comic-Con Exclusive #1 – Scout Trooper Character Key + Speeder Bike Sketchplate Preview

We will be announcing our Comic-Con 2012 exclusives and debuting art (Star Wars, Disney, Pixar, Halo 4 & Prometheus) throughout the next 2 weeks.  

Acme’s SDCC Attendee Pre-Order for Pickup will begin on on June 25th and end July 4th.  Attendee Pre-Orders are for Attendees only and will not be shipped.  When picking up from our booth, please make sure to bring your order receipt with you (friends can pick up for friends).  Our booth number is #5629.

SDCC Non-Attendee Ordering will begin on on July 11th and end July 15th (or until sold out).  We will be making limited quantities of exclusives available for Non-Attendee ordering.  

“Scout Trooper Character Key”

1000 piece edition
limit 2 per customer
(exclusive to Comic-Con and Star Wars Celebration 6) 
 An old-time traditional animator’s term, a “Key” is a thumbnail of a character or a background element with color reference.
 Acme’s Character Keys are composed of a cel layer floated over a lithographic background.  
The cel features a color rendition of the character while the background features sketches and color reference.  
Each character key comes matted with a title tag and a certificate of authenticity.  
Matted measurements are 8 inches by 6 inches.

Also debuting at Comic-Con (non-exclusive)

“Speeder Bike Sketchplate”

1000 piece edition
(will be available at Comic-Con and our website beginning July 11th) 
This sketchplate features original Joe Johnston sketches of the Zoom II Speeder Bike photo-etched on aircraft-grade aluminum. 
The sketchplate gives insight into the development of iconic Lucasfilm creations as well as providing historic details.
The full piece measures approximately 8 inches by 5 inches.
The sketchplate itself measures 7 inches by 3.35 inches and is mounted on a foam core spacer to “float” on the black acrylic backer.

Click the thumbnails below for closer looks:


 *please note that the final products may vary slightly