The boys. The Lord of the Rings. Jack Ryan. All at PAX AUS 2022.
A special Prime Video PAX AUS 2022 booth will put fans right in the middle of three major franchises: The Boys, Lord of the Rings and Jack Ryan.
Available October 7-9 inside the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, the special stand features three separate halls with unique experiences.
“The theme of the first room will be The The Lord of the Rings The Rings of Powerallowing fans of the series to explore Middle-earth and marvel at the epic costumes, which are on display for the first time in Australia,” Amazon said of the experience. “The costumes will be taken from characters from the first season of the series and will include costumes worn by ‘Arondir’, a wood elf played by Ismael Cruz Cordoba‘Galadriel’, a legendary elf commander played by Morfydd Clarkand ‘Sadoc Burrows’, a wise Harfoot community leader played by Mr Lenny Henry.”
The second room is all about The boys“Inviting attendees to the Seven Tower Vought meeting room where they will work as a small team to solve clues to find and retrieve the vials of Compound V before time runs out!”
Finally, the third room is devoted to Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryanin which fans “will be able to enter an interrogation room where they will have to find the hidden entrance to the shooting gallery where they will have to hit targets, compete for bragging rights, try to get their name at the top of the leaderboard .”
At the end of a room, attendees will be able to collect limited-edition franchise-themed pins. You can check out some of these very pin up designs above.
The Lord of the Rings The Rings of Power Currently streaming new episodes weekly on Prime Video. The boys Seasons 1 & 2 and Jack Ryan Seasons 1 & 2 are available in full on the service.
PAX AUS 2022 will take place October 7-9 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
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