Comicave to unveil exclusive collectibles at MEFCC ‘15


April 9, 2015 | By RetailME Bureau

Comicave – subsidiary of Al Ahli Holding Group (AAHG), a multi-diversified international conglomerate – is all set to showcase exclusive collectibles at the Middle East Film & Comic Con (MEFCC) 2015, where newly designed collectibles for the Middle East region will be unveiled over the next three days.

At MEFCC, Comicave will unveil the regional exclusive edition figure of Spider Man and an exclusive Ryuko figure from the anime series Killakill manufactured for the region by Medicom Toy, in addition to an exclusive Naruto statue manufactured by Gecco. The list of exclusive releases also includes merchandise, t-shirts, bags as well as soft toys by Marvel. Comicave is also showcasing new and upcoming products and prototypes from all its partners.

Comicave will also make exciting announcements, including its recent successful partnership with over five top international collectible brands, announcing its licensed products by DC, Disney, Marvel, Transformers, Star Wars and even a TV show ‘Sons of Anarchy.’  For the first time, Comicave will also house pop-culture accessories that will be officially launched at the MEFCC exhibition. That’s not all, it will also feature limited edition art prints, original artwork and autographed prints at the show.

“Since its recent launch, Comicave has continued to wow audiences not only from the Middle East region, but it has drawn international eyeballs too for its unique concept and design, offering an immersive pop-culture experience through comics, movies, collectibles, toys, gaming and animation. In fact, the Comicave store at the Dubai Outlet Mall draws a lot of tourists visiting Dubai in addition to residents. Through our participation in the MEFCC ’15 we will be highlighting the Comicave brand, while unveiling exclusive collectibles designed for the Middle East market,” says Mohammed Khammas, CEO, AAHG.

On the sidelines of the event, Comicave also plans to announce its e-commerce portal that will initially help fans from MENA and India buy their favourite products online.

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