SDCC12: The Force is Strong with Museum Replicas
New "Become Your Own Jedi" Custom Costume Project Debuts...
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Having already established themselves as a respected maker of licensed weapons and costumes, Museum Replicas is taking their offerings one step further by letting the fans take control. Debuting at San Diego Comic-Con was "Become Your Own Jedi," an exciting new project that lets inspiring Padawans tap the power of the Force by picking and choosing their very own personalized Jedi outfit. The program, which can be accessed HERE, gives full access to Museum Replicas' authentic replica costume pieces from the Star Wars films. By using the interactive design lab, fans will be able to mix-and-match the apparel, forming hundreds of possibilities, while seeing their final Jedi creation take shape before their eyes. Aside from creating a unique Jedi outfit, the overall cost of purchasing an entire Jedi ensemble is cheaper than if you purchased all the parts separately. If successful (which I have no doubt it will be), Museum Replicas plans on introducing the Dark Side of the Force, "Become Your Own Sith". Now that's what I'm talking about...
While they do not have the license for the upcoming Assassin's Creed III (I haven't heard of one company that does yet), Museum Replicas will be continuing their popular Assassin's Creed line of weapons and costumes with "Become Your Own Assassin". Just like the Jedi (and soon to be Sith) projects, "Become Your Own Assassin" will allow fans to form their own secret identity from a wide variety of replica costume pieces based on the hit video game series. Move over Ezio, there's soon to be much cooler assassins on the loose!
And now for something completely different... While not on display, Museum Replicas has recently introduced HERE a full line of licensed outfits based on Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Costumes include King Arthur and his knights (royal tunics and select helmets), as well as The French Tauter's outfit and my favorite, The Black Knight ("It's just a flesh wound!"). Check out our Museum Replicas' SDCC Photo Gallery HERE.
Last edited by JeffSaylor; 07-17-2012 at 03:21 PM.