Comic Con is here! And if you’re one of the lucky few (well, lucky few hundred thousand) who managed to snag a badge then you are going to want to make sure you have something super cool to show for it. Luckily, we’ve got you covered with a list of some of this year’s exclusives.
I, for one, am a Funko fanatic. My shelves are slowly filling up with Wacky Wobblers and Pop Figures alike. Based on their popularity, it isn’t surprising that Funko will have a slew of exclusive Pop!s, action figures, and t-shirts available at their booth this year. They are limiting purchases to one of each figure, so if you’re buying for a friend make sure they’re a friend you really, really care about. Especially since the above pictured Bryan Fuller Pop! will only be available at his booth signing on Friday, July 10th @ 2pm. Be sure to continuously check in with the unofficial SDCC blog and Funko’s official blog for a comprehensive updated list of all of Funko’s exclusives.
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Another must-stop-by booth is the BBC Shop where they will be vending all of your Doctor Who, Sherlock, and Orphan Black related needs. There will be a series of t-shirts, jewelry, and figurines available to purchase at their booth – #4129.
Quantum Mechanix Inc. is one of my favorite booths to visit at any con because of their awesome miniatures — my particular favorite being their highly detailed Serenity. This year they will have a ton of awesome exclusives, including tons of Firefly gear, like the classic official licensed Jayne hat replica, and even a Batman luggage tag for your trip home. Not to mention the above shown exclusive Firefly online print to go with their 10 minute sneak peak of the highly anticipated game.
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Super 7 will have their own set of figurines, including this recently announced ghoulishly green Skeletor and marbled xenomorph. Skeletor can exclusively be found at the Skeletor’s Lair Pop-Up Shop (and of course there’s a limit, one per), while the Marbled Massacre Alien and his friends can be found at booth #4945
Fox & MGM
Twentieth Century Home Entertainment is selling special blu-ray packaging of some of your favorite classics, including X-Men, Aliens, Spaceballs, Super Troopers, Commando, Batman ’66, Terminator, Mad Max, and Big Trouble in Little China. And if you can’t make it to SDCC, there will even be limited quantities available on Bestbuy.com or Blu-ray.com. Look how pretty they are! You can also pick up a copy of the “Rogue Cut” of X-Men Days of Future Past either at the Fox booth (#4229) or at the Nerd HQ/IGN off-site to receive a limited edition lithograph and a complimentary SDCC screening of the film.
But of course, this list doesn’t cover all of this year’s SDCC exclusives. What are some goodies you’re looking to snag? Let us know in the comments below!