Grand Rapids Comic-Con Car Show
The following vehicles will be displayed at the Grand Rapids Comic-Con in the vending area of the DeVos Place on October 20-22. Patrons may pose with each car and have a professional photographer shoot their picture with it for only $5. Pictures will be downloaded daily to Facebook where you may obtain the photo and use as you see fit. All proceeds will go the charities mention by each car:
Every superhero gets his bumps and bruises when they start fighting crime, but only one trashes a vintage sports car while doing so. This is the 1965 Shelby Cobra that Robert Downey Jr. landed on while testing out his initial suit in the 2008 film Iron Man. This is the original car from the film, left in its damaged condition. It still has Iron Man’s butt print in the hood! Auto donated to museum by Fast n’ Loud. Photo proceeds will go to the Hall Of Heroes Museum in Elkhart, Indiana.
The Hall of Heroes Super Hero Museum will be bringing their newest Marvel Movie Vehicle to The Grand Rapids Comic-Con: The Ghost Rider Hell Cycle from the first Ghost Rider film ridden by actor Nicholas Cage! This custom 11 foot long chopper that is literally Hell on Wheels was used for the green screen scenes starring Ghost Rider!!! This amazing Marvel Movie Vehicle will be at The Grand Rapids Comic-Con and available for pictures to help The Hall of Heroes Super Hero Museum raise donations to expand to a larger facility and to help preserve Comic Book History!!!
Na na na na na na na na…Batmobile! Holy cool ride Batman, this is a wonderful replica of the iconic 1966 Batmobile driven by Adam West and Burt Ward in the classic TV show “Batman” and the film of the same name. You’ll want to cruise down the streets of Gotham City in these groovy wheels, fighting crime and taking names in the process. The Batmobile is on loan from Steve Anderson, a car collector and all-around unique guy from Indianapolis, Indiana. You may get your picture with this gem for a charitable contribution to Cosplay Crusaders.
Patrolling the rough and tumble streets of Coldwater, Michigan, is The Dark Knight of Michigan, a cosplayer with a secret identity (seriously, we can’t divulge!) dedicated to serving his community and putting a smile on the faces of the good citizens. The Dark Knight of Michigan will have on display his awesome three-wheeler trike that looks like it walked off the set of a major film. Bruce Wayne would be proud of driving this! Get a picture with the trike and its owner for a charitable contribution to Cosplay Crusaders.
If there’s something strange in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? Well, the Ghostbusters of course! Specifically, the Great Lakes Ghostbusters Coalition who will arrive in their version of an Ecto-1. Built by Eric Libdow, this vehicle serves our local spectre chasing heroes in their quest to capture all malevolent spirits as well as an awesome photo op.
First comes the oooing and the awwing, then the running and the screaming…well maybe just the admiring noises directed at this marvelous rendition of a Jeep from the dinosaur classic Jurassic Park. Built by Matthew Scheltema, this is the perfect vehicle to use to escape a herd of Velociraptors or pose with a group of buddies for an amazing photo op. Make sure to check out the Jurassic Park Jeep at the Grand Rapids Comic-Con! All proceeds to go to Kitchen Sage.
Photography work at the car show is courtesy of M-Buck Studio. M-Buck Studio, owned by Michael Buck, is a freelance commercial, architectual, portrait, product and catalog, and wedding and family photographer. We are located in the heart of downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan and our clients come from all over Michigan as well as many other states. For more information on his studio please check out www.mbuckstudio.com.