2018 Props & Sets

See all the amazing props & sets from Comic Con Liverpool 2018 below. 2019 props & sets to be announced soon.

Batwing

A great opportunity here for Batman and Justice League cosplayers to pose for photos with a full size Batwing! The Batwing was Batman's custom-built air combat vehicle and has had several different designs throughout the many years of the franchise. This version is based on the iconic design seen in the 1989 movie by Tim Burton, with Michael Keaton in the starring role. Bruce Wayne's immense wealth allowed him to kit out the vehicle with an impressive arsenal of mini-guns, guided missiles and armour - but alas, (spoiler alert) it was no match against The Joker (Jack Nicholson) who effortlessly shoots it down with his huge gun in a stand off during the films final act.

 

Batman fans are going to love this!

Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with Warner Brothers in any way.

Tie Fighter

Last seen spinning out of control at the end of Star Wars A New Hope when knocked off course by another TIE fighter, the Dark Lord of the Siths' TIE Advanced X1 is a most impressive vessel. Most kids who grew up in the 70's, 80's and 90's will fondly remember the Kenner and Hasbro toy versions of this ship but they won't be remotely prepared for how menacing this vehicle is at full size. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get up close to this iconic vehicle. The nostalgia will be very strong in Liverpool!

Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with Lucasfilm or Disney in any way.

A-Team Van

The 1983 black and metallic grey GMC Vandura van used by the A-Team, with its characteristic red stripe, black and red turbine mag wheels, and rooftop spoiler, has become an enduring pop culture icon. Early examples of the van had a red GMC logo on the front grille, and an additional GMC logo on the rear left door. Early in the second season, these logos were blacked out, although GMC continued to supply vans and receive a credit on the closing credits of each episode. A number of devices were seen in the back of the van in different episodes, including a mini printing press ("Pros and Cons"), an audio surveillance recording device ("A Small and Deadly War"), and Hannibal's disguise kits in various episodes. 

Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with NBC or Universal in any way. 

Colonial Viper

As flown by Starbuck and Apollo in the original Battlestar Galactica television series, this is a full size, screen accurate, Colonial Viper, created in memory of the late Richard Hatch. This first of it's kind and a one-off replica features cockpit screen controls, rumbling engine sound effects, battle damage, engine smoke effects and flashing landing lights. The Viper is one massive prop, dwarfing anyone in proximity. Expect to see Colonial Pilots and Cylon's abound this year at Liverpool Comic Con with this amazing prop and Dirk Benedict (Starbuck) himself attending.

Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with Universal in any way.

Powerloader

Used by Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) in Aliens to protect Newt and fight the Alien Queen, the stark yellow Caterpillar P-5000 Work Loader or 'Power Loader' as it's more commonly known was an exoskeleton suit designed to lift heavy objects and materials.
The prop builders researched every archive document and footage from the original movie version, to re-create the most accurate and realistic looking Power Loader to date.
This Loader prop sits inside a three dimensional Sulaco hangar set and features moving parts such as a pull-down locking cage, moving loader arms & claws plus flashing warning lights and hydraulic sound effects for a truly immersive experience and a great photo opportunity.

Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with 20th Century Fox in any way.

KITT

KITT is the short name of two fictional characters from the Sci-Fi action TV series Knight Rider. While having the same acronym, the KITTs are two different entities: one known as the Knight Industries Two Thousand, which appeared in the original TV series Knight Rider, and the other as the Knight Industries Three Thousand, which appeared first in the two-hour 2008 pilot film for a new Knight Rider TV series and then the new series itself. In both instances, KITT is an artificially intelligent electronic computer module in the body of a highly advanced, very mobile, robotic automobile: the original KITT as a 1982 Pontiac Trans Am, and the second KITT as a 2008/2009 Ford Shelby GT500KR. KITT was voiced by William Daniels in the original series, and by Val Kilmer in the 2008 series. The version you will see at Liverpool Comic Con is based on the original and iconic Pontiac and is David Hasselhoff's Official car when he is visiting the UK, how else could Michael Knight get around the isle?

Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with NBC or Universal in any way.

Tardis

The TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space) is one of the, if not the most iconic prop in TV & movie history, never mind science fiction. It has been used by the Doctor to traverse time and space on screen since 1963 and has changed appearance inside many times. Other TARDISes allow the machine to blend into whichever surroundings it appears in however the chameleon circuit in the one used by our Doctor means it always appear as the striking blue box we've come to know and love. This prop recreation, fondly named 'Old Girl' will be taking charity donations for Dementia UK at the event so please keep some spare change handy for a great cause.

Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with the BBC in any way. 

Optimus Prime

Optimus Prime (formerly Orion Pax) is a character from the Transformers franchise and leader of the Autobots, who is consistently depicted as having strong moral character, excellent leadership, and sound decision-makingskills, and possesses brilliant military tactics, powerful martial arts, and advanced alien weaponry. Originally designed as a toy by Hiroyuki Obara & Shoji Kawamori for the Takara toy company and their Diaclone transforming vehicle range, many of the original design features of Prime including his head shape and truck cab as the torso have been re-used to this day but the truck model has changed a few times in different media.The version you will see at Liverpool Comic Con is based on the truck mode you see in the first few Michael Bay films - a Peterbilt 379. A classic American style truck with its long boxy shape, high exhaust pipes and striking red flames on a blue body. 

Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with Paramount or Hasbro in any way.

Bumblebee

Bumblebee - Autobot & car disguise modes. Bumblebee is a fan favourite from the Transformers franchise and the second character to appear on screen in the original animated series. In most appearances, Bumblebee is a small, yellow and black striped Autobot with most of his alternative vehicle modes inspired by several generations of the Chevrolet American muscle cars. The Michael Bay live-action film versions were Camaros but the original vehicle mode was based on a classic European Type 1 Volkswagen Beetle.

Due to a battle injury, Bumblebee loses his voice so he uses playback of radio and television sounds to communicate with other autobots and humans.

Please note that these are fan built props, they are not endorsed by or associated with Paramount or Hasbro in any way.

Pontiac trans Am

The Pontiac Trans Am is one of the most iconic cars in American movie history, driven by Bo "Bandit" Darville (Burt Reynolds) in Smokey & the Bandit - which is said to have directly inspired the Fast & Furious movie series. Director Hal Needham saw an advertisement for the 1977 Pontiac Trans Am and knew right away that would be the Bandit's car, or, as Needham referred to it, a character in the movie. He contacted Pontiac and an agreement was made that four 1977 Trans Ams and two Pontiac LeMans 4-door sedans would be provided for the movie. The tasteful black and gold paint job and removable T-top were optional extras, added to celebrate Pontiac’s 50th anniversary but they are now more synonymous with the car character in the film thanks to its international fame. In late 2017, Universal Pictures commissioned Shaun of the Dead writer - Edgar Wright to direct a reboot of the first film, due to be released in 2019.

Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with Universal in any way. 

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