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Topic - Rich Collins
"Comic-Con has become the place, really the only place, where you can go to get these limited-edition, first-edition products," said Rich Collins, chief of Big Tent Entertainment, which makes toys and products for Domo, Dark Horse Comics and other brands. "If you're a fan of this genre, this is THE show, not just in the U.S., but globally."
"Chances are you probably know someone like Dilbert or have had a crazy boss, so it seemed only natural to enable fans to personalize their favorite comic strips and put themselves into one of the many hilarious Dilbert scenarios that they often recognize from their own workday experiences," he said.