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Saturday, July 26
 

11:30am

Mattel: Monster High 2014. We Are Monster High!
UPDATED: Mon, Jul 14, 02:04PM
Don't stop rockin' your right to fright-we are Monster High! Rally with the coolest ghouls and mansters of Monster High to get a freak peek at exclusive scenes from the newest Monster High DVD, Freaky Fusion (this Fall from Universal Studios Home Entertainment), a never-before-seen webisode, and more! But that's not all...our Monster High team is just DYING to share more secrets! Garrett Sander, Rebecca Shipman, Natalie Villegas, Glenda Chiu, Ivy Bleser, and Scott Wilger (Monster High Toy Designers) and Eric Hardie (Monster High Copywriter) will reveal uhhh-mazing new Monster High ghouls and how they came to un-life! Moderated by Emmy-Award winning Executive Producer of Monster High, Audu Paden.

Saturday July 26, 2014 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 5AB

1:30pm

Minimates Mini-Figures: From Marvel to Clerks to TMNT
Diamond Select Toys' Chuck Terceira (president), Jason Wires (prototype painter), and Zach Oat (marketing supervisor) discuss what's coming up for the popular 2-inch mini-figure line, including new series based on X-Men: Days of Future Past, Guardians of the Galaxy, Sin City, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Saturday July 26, 2014 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Room 8

4:00pm

Hasbro: Marvel
Adam Biehl (vice president, Global Marvel Line at Hasbro), Jesse Falcon (director of hardlines, Marvel), Dwight Stall (senior Marvel product design manager, Hasbro), Bobby Vala (Marvel product designer, Hasbro), and Laura Guilbault (senior manager, Global Marvel Line at Hasbro) discuss Hasbro's popular Marvel action figure lines. Attendees will also get a sneak peek at upcoming action figures. Adam, Jesse, Dwight, Bobby, and Laura will also host a Q&A for your burning Marvel action figure questions!

Saturday July 26, 2014 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 25ABC

7:30pm

Toy Collecting In the Modern Age: The High Price of Having Fun
Are mass-market collector toys dying? The price of raw materials and the production process continue to skyrocket. Action figures that were $7.99 five years ago are now in stores for over $20. At that price can you still be a "completist"? And will there even be a next generation of collectors if parents can't afford more than one or two figures? How have collectors' habits changed along with the economy and are toy companies doing anything to counteract price hikes and hold on to the collectors market? Moderator Daniel Pickett (ActionFigureInsider.com, Geek Shall Inherit Podcast) discusses these issues with toy industry experts Jerry Macaluso (Pop Culture Shock Collectibles), Eric "Cornboy" Mayse (The Four Horsemen Design, Mattel MOTUC), Eric Treadaway (The Four Horsemen Design, Mattel MOTUC), and Jean St. Jean (Jean St. Jean Studios, DST).

Saturday July 26, 2014 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Room 8