Bandai’s San Diego Comic-Con 2017 Exclusives

Bandai, the Japanese toy making company which owns some very large licenses (namely, Power Rangers), will be bringing exclusives to Comic-Con again this year. You can find them at Booth #3535.

New this year – rather than obtaining a ticket to purchase products, you’ll actually be heading straight to Bandai’s booth in the morning. Thursday-Sunday, you can score a ticket from 9:30AM-10:30AM, which will have a date and time slot on it, which specifies when to return to the booth to purchase your product. Each product ticket is related to a specific product

Attendees can obtain up to five (5) product tickets, one (1) per exclusive, per day.

Here’s a look at this year’s offerings:

Dragon Stars Super Saiyan Goku – Ultimate Deco Edition ($35): I am the Super Saiyan, Son Goku! This highly detailed figure is a limited edition piece from the Dragon Stars series of poseable action figures. It includes precise and thorough paint detail, a second set of hands for additional posing options, and premium packaging lined with gold foil. This is the figure you’ve heard of in legends, pure of heart, and awakened by fury. Available exclusively at the Bandai America booth. Limited quantities available each day.

Limited Edition: Legacy Communicator Zeo Gold Ranger Edition ($100): Wear a piece of Power Rangers history with the Zeo Gold Ranger Communicator. Part of Bandai’s Legacy Collection, this beautiful collectible features sleek black and gold accents, sounds from the show, and is 100% show-accurate. The Zeo Gold Ranger Edition Communicator is only available at the Bandai America booth at San Diego Comic-Con. Limited quantities available each day.

Limited Edition: Legacy Movie Megazord ($40): With the release of the new Power Rangers movie, a new megazord is assembled! Expertly detailed with multiple points of articulation, we’ve brought the quality and poseability of our legacy line to this new iconic megazord. Relive the epic battle scenes from the film with this must-have collector’s item. This exclusive figure is only available at the Bandai America booth at San Diego Comic-Con. Limited quantities available each day.

Limited Edition: Tokyo Vinyl® Black and Gold Mighty Morphin Megazord ($60): The Black and Gold Mighty Morphin Megazord is a striking new take on a pop-culture icon. Designed by acclaimed Japanese Vinyl artist TOUMA, this figure’s sharp angular features and oversized forearms and hands make this limited edition figure a statement in Tokyo pop art. Produced in very limited quantity, this collectible figure is an essential addition to any Power Rangers collection! Available exclusively at the Bandai America booth at San Diego Comic-Con. Limited quantities available each day.

Ultra Deluxe Scouter – Ultimate Deco Edition ($25): It’s over 9000! What…9000? There’s no way that can be right! Be astonished yourself when you lay your hands on the Ultra Deluxe Scouter, a faithful reproduction of the scouter worn in Dragon Ball Super. With multiple SFX, exclusive lens markings, and an adjustable headset that fits on children and adults, this is the rare item sure to be treasured by any Dragon Ball Super fan. Available exclusively at the Bandai America booth. Limited quantities available each day.

Which Bandai San Diego Comic-Con exclusives will you be picking up this year?

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  • maxhdrm

    Ummm Zeo rangers never used the watch communicators. They stopped using those on set after Power Rangers Turbo so Epic Fail Bandai

  • Cory Rice

    I loved the way bandai did it last couple of years up in Sails Pavillion, this is now another thing to do in morning which takes away from something else, and you have to fight with damn exhibitors doing the badge swap, very disappointing!!

  • The Value Life

    agreed, really dumb and lame why they changed it all of a sudden.

  • Akiba4tN8

    Yup, why in the world would they want to move to a much SMALLER, more CROWDED area?? I can already see the riot and security/attendee scuffles erupting on this one….

  • Jimmy Chew

    How tough will these be to get on preview night?

  • Akiba4tN8

    Bandai doesn’t sell on Preview Night

  • Jimmy Chew

    Well, then that makes it really tough to get 🙂

  • Cory Rice

    really upsetting, I sucks to have to try to compete with 50 exhibitors doing a badge swap…..,good job Bandai, your set up last two years was actually really good, at least there was a chance if you were willing to wait in line, now….nada

  • Akiba4tN8

    Yeah, they haven’t sold on P-night for quite awhile, at least for the last few years. Unfortunately w/ the big names like Bandai, Hasbro, and Funko… basically if you’re not camped out the night before then there’s a good chance you’ll get shut out of most, if not all, of your exclusives. I wish these companies would just do online pre-orders like Mattel does (they are not perfect either, but it’s a good start), would make things a hell of a lot easier. Heck, if there’s a lottery system like Funko, just do that online as well.

  • David Vasquez

    terrible idea trying to line up in the main hall to pass out tickets – last couple years was perfect now this miss

  • Akiba4tN8

    Yeah, Bandai should at least check ID’s then… Or do you mean Exhibitors are buying attendee badges w/ their own names on them? That would be heinous and SDCC should crack down on that if true.

  • Not only do they change their booth procedures for the worse, but their offerings this year are complete and utter rubbish. This is a fail of epic proportions, Bandai…