This Year’s SDCC Hotel Keys from WB Features Revolution & Arrow

With only a few weeks until the big show, I’ve been wondering what my hotel key would look like. I see that look you’re giving me and I swear I’m not insane! For the past five years, Warner Brothers has created limited-edition collectable hotel keycards for top hotels hosting SDCC attendees.

I still have the limited-edition Smallville and Supernatural keys from a few years back but this year is all new featuring Revolution, Arrow and 666 Park Avenue. Wonder which one I’ll get this year (hoping for Arrow or Revolution)!  Check out larger photos behind the cut:

  • The 666 Park Avenue keycard grants access to anything you desire — as long as it’s inside your room
  • The Arrow keycard features star Stephen Amell as the Arrow in an all-new in-character photo
  • The Revolution keycard opens hotel doors every time — no blackout here!

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A short description of each show, just in case you’re curious!

  • 666 Park Avenue: Anything you desire can be yours … for a price. Lost’s Terry O’Quinn and Desperate Housewives’ Vanessa Williams headline this scary, seductive drama as the owners of a Manhattan apartment building who recruit an idealistic young couple to manage the historic site with a dark history. It will air Sundays at 10/9c on ABC this fall.
  • Arrow: From executive producers Greg Berlanti (Green Lantern), Marc Guggenheim (Green Lantern), Andrew Kreisberg (Fringe) and David Nutter (Smallville), hard-hitting action series Arrow reinvents the DC Comics hero. After being marooned for five years on a remote island, billionaire Oliver Queen returns home with a mysterious agenda and a very lethal new set of skills that he uses in a war on crime. It will air Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW this fall.
  • Revolution: What would you do without it all? In Revolution, an epic adventure thriller from Supernatural’s Eric Kripke, J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions and Iron Man’s Jon Favreau, a family struggles to reunite in a post-apocalyptic landscape of empty cities, local militias and heroic freedom fighters where every single piece of technology — phones, computers, cars, even lights — has mysteriously blacked out … forever. Revolution will air Mondays at 10/9c on NBC this fall.
Source: Warner Brothers Entertainment
Reporter: Sharlene Mousfar

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