Dynamic Forces have announced that they’ll be offering a unique collection of signed comics through an appearance on The Shopping Channel, also coinciding with the company’s 25th anniversary.
The ‘Perfect Ten Pack’ includes Fantastic Four #600 signed by Stan Lee, plus nine more collectibles featuring creators Mark Waid, Greg Pak, Humberto Ramos, Steve Epting and more, exclusively premiering at the TSC Dynamic Forces Show on Tuesday, March 6th at 11pm EST.
There will also be other packs available, including the ‘Black Panther Five Pack’ with books signed by Francesco Francavilla, Jonathan Hickman, David Marquez, Mike Mayhew and Mark Waid. There will also be a Black Panther #2 variant signed by John Romita and a Black Panther #1 sketch cover drawn and signed by Ken Haesser.
Hosting the show is Dynamic Forces’ founder and CEO Nick Barrucci:
We are celebrating 25 years of providing quality and innovative collectible comic book product for fans worldwide. The TV Shopping audience is large, and I’ve found over the years of creating shows through TV Shopping events that we expose great comics from publishers to a new audience and grow the comics audience a few fans at a time which is our primary goal with the shows. It’s an opportunity to grow the audience by showing the source material that created the tapestry for all of the wonderful mediums that characters have come from and have grown to.
The greatest joy we get from appearing on TV shopping is the ability to be in millions of homes promoting comic books. To us, this is a great responsibility, as we feel that we are one of the ambassadors of the comics themselves to the larger world. During our on-air appearances, we have the opportunity to promote comics, story arcs and comic retailers to grow the audience for the medium we love so much.
Additional signed comics featured on the show are the World Premier TCS exclusive Batman DK III – Bruce Tim Variant signed by Frank Miller, John Wick #1 signed by writer Greg Pak and KISS signed comics by rock legends Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. Plus, the deal that no video game fan will want to miss, signed copies of the Art of Atari by writer Tim Lapetino.
Also featured on the show will be comic book collections that include Spider-Man: Web-Warriors, Classic Cosmic Heroes of the 60s and many other DC Comics and Marvel.