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Comic-Con BiH Wrap: it's a slow start

Dustin Burg
July 26, 2007
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Today is the day we kick off Comic-Con 2007, the start of another Bringing it Home campaign and celebrate some new Marketplace content. Though, things are starting off a little slower than expected with only a Looney Tunes trailer, Superman theme, and a Comic-Con 2007 gamer picture. But then again, the Comic-Con gamer pic is totally free and totally cool, so we're (oddly enough) somewhat satisfied. Make your way to the break to see a complete list of all the new Bringing it Home content available on the XBLM and enjoy the first days' somewhat lackluster offerings.



Gamer Pictures and Themes
Comic-Con 2007 Gamer Picture (FREE)
Superman Theme (150)


Game Videos and Trailers
Looney Tunes ACME Arsenal Trailer (14MB/55MB, SD/HD)
Looney Tunes ACME Arsenal Trailer 2 (38MB/151MB, SD/HD)



(New Marketplace content since our last update is bolded.)



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