Yes, dear friends, July has arrived, and we draw ever closer to the ultimate comic book convention in the US, and quite possibly the world, San Diego Comic-Con. While many will venture the halls in hopes of seeing the first footage from the current crop of highly-anticipated blockbuster features, or to catch a fleeting glimpse of the hottest stars appearing in iconic roles, the real challenge of SDCC is reserved for the collectors. Yes, once a year, nearly every major toy, statue, replica and plush manufacturer releases a limited edition piece that can only be found on the floor of the San Diego Convention Center.
Devoted fans, aficionados and (unfortunately) re-sellers have been eagerly awaiting the chance to be one of the fortunate few who are able to obtain some of the rarest and most-coveted collectibles to release in a calendar year. Now, with just one week to go, we've gotten almost every last company to reveal its biggest secrets. Collected here for you is a comprehensive list of not just what will be available, but where it will be available, and how much it will cost you (should prices have been provided). This is every comic book toy and collectible exclusive for San Diego Comic-Con 2015.
If there was one takeaway from Toy Fair 2015, it's that you can never have too many Batman collectibles. So it's a good thing that Diamond Select is breaking out the big guns, and bringing a variety of Batman busts and collectibles based on the 1966 television series and the beloved animated series.
Good news for those of you who like standing in lines! Diamond has announced its exclusives for next month's San Diego Comic-Con International, with variant covers for comics like Adventure Time and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, as well as toys like plastic bank limited to 1500 pieces with the somewhat dubious description of being "a fan-favorite repair droid from Naboo."
Movies: In the proud tradition of Transmorphers and Transmorphers: Fall of Man, The Asylum is planning on an... Atlantic Rim release. Will the main difference from Pacific Rim be that the kaiju will prefer yachting to surfing? Toys: Diamond Select Toys and Ar
Animation: If you didn't catch it on Reddit awhile back, there's never a bad time to scope out this awesome King of the Hill animator's guide of "Do's and Dont's." Toys: S.H. Figuarts Iron Man Mark VI and War Machine pack a lot of firepower appeal, even if Iron Man 3 toys are already arriving in store
When Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum released artwork for the upcoming 50th Marvel Minimates series a few months back, I think I sprayed a mouthful of coffee on my laptop and shouted "Cyborg Spider-Man!" with stupid grin on my face. I've been working on impulse control since then, so this week's release of proper images of the line's seven figures only made me dance around a
Diamond Select Toys has revealed its lineup of exclusive toys and collectibles for San Diego Comic-Con International 2012 and it packs some serious plastic appeal for collectors of Minimates, busts and statues. Come July 12, The Amazing Spider
If you haven't picked up Diamond Select and Art Asylum's 44th line of Marvel Minimates, MarvelStore.com's exclusive box sets may give you reason to consider waiting another week or so. Timed to drop right aro
If Marvel's upcoming Age of X storyline has you nostalgic for a kinder, simpler dystopian future where mutants wore studded collars like they were going out of style, then Art Asylum/Diamond Select's upcoming Toys "R" Us line of Marvel Minimates is totally for you. Sure, i
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