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Diamond Select Toys Announces More SDCC Exclusives

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Comic-Con International is approaching, and from July 19-22 Diamond Select Toys will be in San Diego, showing off their upcoming products and of course offering exclusive items! With three new Marvel Gallery PVC dioramas, one new DC Vinimates vinyl figure box set, one limited-edition DC Statue and a limited-edition Star Trek ship, there’s something for everyone at the DST booth! Read on for details!

DC Comics Vinimates 80th Anniversary Superman Vinyl Figures Box Set
It’s Superman’s 80th birthday, and in the wake of his landmark 1000th issue, Diamond Select Toys is offering this commemorative two-pack of DC Vinimates vinyl figures! Based on his first appearance and modern-day look, these two 4-inch vinyl figures are sculpted in the block-figure style and strike trademark Superman poses. Limited to only 1,500 pieces, this exclusive two-pack comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Barry Bradfield! $20 at booth #2607, also at other booths on the show floor.

SDCC 2018 DC COMICS 80TH ANN SUPERMAN VINIMATE

SDCC 2018 DC COMICS 80TH ANN SUPERMAN VINIMATE

DC Premier Collection Batman The Animated Series Catwoman Gem Edition Statue
Gems gone missing? Search Catwoman! This highly limited statue of Catwoman adds real diamonds to our iconic Catwoman statue, for a special edition that is worth its weight in precious stones! With diamond studs on her collar, this approximately 12” statue qualifies as an engagement ring for marriage-minded fans, and is the perfect keepsake to remember the Batman/Catwoman nuptials! Sculpted by Clayburn Moore, this special production run is limited to only 100 pieces. Exclusively at booth #2607 for $200.

 

About San Diego Comic-Con:

Over the years, Comic-Con has become the focal point for the world of comics conventions. The event continues to offer the complete convention experience: a giant Exhibit Hall (topping over 460,000 square feet in its current incarnation); a massive programming schedule (close to 700 separate events in 2014), featuring comics and all aspects of the popular arts, including hands-on workshops and educational and academic programming such as the Comics Arts Conference; anime and film screenings (including a separate film festival); games; the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, the “Oscars” of the comics industry; a Masquerade costume competition with prizes and trophies; an Autograph Area; an Art Show; and Portfolio Reviews, bringing together aspiring artists with major companies.

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SDCC: The Mego Booth

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I think some of us were taken by surprise when Mego announced a return to business last week. It seems like things have been in motion for quite some time for the company.If you recall, the brand will be available exclusively at Target soon! Mego showed up for San Diego Comic-Con 2018 with a look at what’s to come from the company.

Mego debuted a new Wonder Woman figure, General Zod figure, and Batman figure. Oddly enough, Harley Quinn wasn’t seen, even though she was shown in the original announcement. Hopefully Mego will showcase more throughout the weekend.

Here is a look at the DC Comics themed items on display at their booth. If you want to check out even more of their pop culture themed offerings, then click the source link at the bottom of this article.

Mego Wonder Woman

Mego Wonder Woman

Mego General Zod

Mego General Zod

Mego Batman

Mego Batman

About Mego Corporation:

Mego Corporation was founded in 1954 and became the first company to make action figures of TV and comics superheroes. Led by Marty Abrams, Chairman of the Original Mego Corporation and the godfather of the modern-day action figure, the company continues to successfully build on its history as an innovative leader in licensed Action Figure Toys and Toy Products for the United States andInternational Markets. Mego Corporation has established its headquarter in Great Neck, NY, with manufacturing facilities in China and Mexico.

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SDCC: The Beast Kingdom Booth

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The Flash (photo by ToyArk)

Our next look at the new toys and collectibles at San Diego Comic-Con 2018, is at the Beast Kingdom booth. The company has a massive display of their upcoming DC Comics Dynamic 8ction Heroes figures. Justice League has a heavy presence at this booth along with a Wonder Woman that looks to be based on her appearance in the direct-to-video animated line of DC movies. Check out the images below!

As always, use the source link at the bottom of the article for even more photos from the Beast Kingdom booth!

About Beast Kingdom:

Beast Kingdom was established in 2009. The company’s licenses include The Avengers, Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Star Wars, and others.

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SDCC: The LEGO Booth

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LEGO’s booth at San Diego Comic-Con 2018 contained four brand new LEGO DC Comics sets! The four new sets are the LEGO App Controlled Batmobile, LEGO Aquaman: Black Manta Strike, LEGO Batman: Attack of the Talons, and LEGO Batman: Brother Eye Takedown. We already have official LEGO photos and details for both the App Controlled Batmobile, and the Black Manta Strike sets. Hopefully we will have more information on the other two soon.

Check out the photos of the four new sets below, and visit the source link at the bottom of the page for even more photos!

LEGO App Controlled Batmobile

LEGO App Controlled Batmobile

Aquaman: Black Manta Strike

Aquaman: Black Manta Strike

Batman: Attack of the Talons

Batman: Attack of the Talons

Batman: Brother Eye Takedown

Batman: Brother Eye Takedown

About LEGO:

LEGO is a line of building toys manufactured by the Lego Group, a privately held company based in Denmark. The company’s flagship product, commonly referred to as “LEGO bricks,” consists of colorful interlocking plastic bricks and an accompanying array of gears, mini-figures, and various other parts. There are other LEGO pieces that can be assembled and connected in many ways to construct such objects as vehicles, buildings, and even working robots.

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