Comic-Con: Warner Bros. ‘Keys’ Up to Promote Arrow, Revolution and 666 Park Avenue

Like in previous years, Warner Bros. is providing specialized, branded hotel keys for Comic-Con 2012 guests. The San Diego convention, taking place July 12 to 15, will include previews and panels of several new Warner Bros. shows, including Arrow, Revolution, 666 Park Avenue, Cult and The Following.

Three of those shows – Arrow, Revolution and 666 Park Avenue – will be featured on the hotel keycards (view the photos below).

For more details about WB panels at Comic-Con, including the final Fringe panel and the return of Supernatural to Hall H, click here.

Arrow Comic-Con Keycard

Revolution

666 Park Avenue Comic-Con Keycard

 

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