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The 2009 New York Comic Con is fully underway in the big apple and news from the event is surfacing across the web. Fans of movies, comic book, genre television, toys and vidoe games are attending panels, hearing announcements, seeing previews and getting to be a part of pop culture alongside its creators.
If you're looking to find out what's been seen, we've made a list of where you can find some of the best images and content online covering NYCC 09:
- images of Go Hero's upcoming Clash of the Titans and Sinbad 12-inch action figures.
- Warner Bros' panel for Watchmen, Friday the 13th and Terminator Salvation.
- a photo of a 12-inch figure of 2001: A Spce Odyssey's Dave Bowman with a Discovery pod.
- a variety of collectibles and action figures based on the Watchmen movie.
- a preview of the upcoming Spore expansion pack, Galactic Adventures.
- Mattel's Wolverine and the X-Men and X-Men Origins: Wolverine action figures.
- Brian Michael Bendis announces that a TV series based on his acclaimed Powers comic book series is in development.
- more details about the Star Trek Online MMORPG.
- more Hasbro Mighty Marvel Muggs are coming.
- a new Joker action figure based on Heath Ledger's portrayal from The Dark Knight.
- the writers and designers of the DC Universe game talk about what they're doing.
- here's a 12-inch figure based on Neil Gaiman's Sandman.
- lots of new busts for DC heroes.
- Iron Man and Spider-Man Transformers crossovers.
- there will be a T2 Arnold 12-inch action figure.
- new figures based on characters from the DC Comics universe as well as the animated Justice League series.
- ReelArt's busts and figures for Red Sonja, Tarzan, Zorra, Doc Savage and The Spirit.
- figures from Marvel Universe characters including lesser-known characters like Union Jack, the Hobgoblin, Red Hulk, Nick Fury and Blade.
- and...the first photos of Mattel's upcoming Ghostbusters action figures line.
Watch for more updates including a report from the Disney movie panel where 50 minutes of Pixar's newest film Up will be screened to the audience.