Warner Bros Consumer Products and DC Comics will be hosting a special exhibition at London Film and Comic Con this weekend.
The partnership is part of a year-long activity push around the world to celebrate the 75th anniversary of DC Comics. It will include an exhibition of cover art, original prop display - from films including Batman from 1989 and Superman from 1978 - and the Tumbler Batmobile from Batman Begins and The Dark Knight.
"DC Comics super heroes are timeless icons," said Paul Bufton, general manager at WBCP UK. "We are delighted to be celebrating their enduring heritage and consumer appeal with London Film and Comic Con, the destination event for all comic book enthusiasts.
"By combining our collective expertise and assets we will provide fans with a fascinating insight into the impact that DC has made to popular culture over its 75-year history."
The exhibition takes place at Earls Court 2 on July 17th and 18th. Entry is free and all visitors will receive a free Green Lantern poster by comic book artist Alex Ross and entered into a prize draw to win a collection of three DC Comic book collections signed by the artist.
The first 2,500 visitors each day will also be given a goodie bag.