Monogram International SDCC 2017 Exclusives [UPDATE June 26]

Monogram International always brings some exciting licenses to San Diego Comic-Con, including DC, Marvel, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and more. What will the company bring in 2017?

You can find all of Monogram’s exclusives at Booth #3645 – and inventory won’t be held back each day, so once something is gone, it’s gone. Plan ahead!

Let’s take a look at this year’s exclusives:

[UPDATE June 26]

New and a bit alarming, who’d have ever thought that this could be… You’ll find something that wasn’t there before with Monogram’s latest San Diego Comic-Con exclusive a 2-piece set of Beauty and the Beast 3D magnets. The set, which features adorable renditions of Belle in her classic yellow gown and The Beast, is limited to only 500 sets and retails for $10.

[UPDATE June 22]

It just wouldn’t be San Diego Comic-Con without Monogram’s annual Disney’s Kingdom Hearts Key Blade Set. This year’s pewter key rings set features Fenrir and Circle of Life swords in pearl, a silver and gold Key Blade, and a black Wait the Dawn sword, and each has a lobster style clasp for easy attachment. It’s limited to 500 pieces, and will retail for $40.

[UPDATE June 19]

Monogram’s next San Diego Comic-Con exclusive is a must for any Kingdom Hearts fan: a Disney’s Kingdom Hearts 6 Piece Pin Set. The collection includes Mickey’s head, Sora’s head, two Key Blades, Heartless, and a Kingdom Hearts logo. It’s limited to 500 pieces, and retails for $30.

[UPDATE June 16]

Whether you’re getting your butter beer on or just drinking your morning coffee, Monogram’s San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts 2-Mug Set is sure to do just the trick. The set comes with a white Hedwig Owl mug and a silver embossed Newt Scamander Mug, and is limited to just 500 pieces. It will retail for $30.

[UPDATE June 13]

Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice!

And with that, Monogram has conjured up this San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Beetlejuice 3-Piece Horror Key Ring Set, which features a translucent Sand Worm, Beetle Juice himself, and Lydia. The set is limited to 300 pieces, and will retail for $25.

[UPDATE June 9]

If you liked Cinequest’s Supernatural exclusive from this morning, then you’re definitely going to like Monogram’s next San Diego Comic-Con exclusive: a Supernatural 6-Piece Pewter Collector’s Pin Set, which features the Devil’s Trap, the Supernatural logo, Men of Letters Aquarium Star, EMF Reader, Anti-Possession Tatto, and the Mark of Cain. The set is limited to 400 sets, and will retail for $30.

[UPDATE June 7]

Be our guest, be our guest, put our service to the test… Monogram is dishing up an adorable San Diego Comic-Con exclusive in the form of their Beauty & The Beast 5-Piece 3D Foam Key Ring Set, which includes Chip, Mrs. Potts, Belle, the Beast, and a translucent Lumiere. The set is limited to 300 sets, and will retail for $40.

[UPDATE June 5]

It’s Morphin’ Time in the latest Monogram San Diego Comic-Con exclusive: a 5-piece set of Power Rangers Foam Key Rings. The set includes the original five Rangers: Black, Blue, Red, Yellow, and Pink Rangers – with the Blue and Red rangers featuring a metallic finish. The Power Rangers SDCC exclusive set is limited to 500 sets, and will retail for $40.

[UPDATE June 1] Monogram’s first San Diego Comic-Con exclusive features some of your favorite Marvel characters in a Marvel 5-Piece Pewter Pin Collector’s set. The set, which retails for $25, includes a Spider-Man head, a Black Panther head, Thor’s hammer, Captain America’s shield, and an exclusive Marvel lapel pin. The set is limited to 300.

Will you be picking up Monogram’s San Diego Comic-Con exclusives? Let us know in the comments.

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  • maxhdrm

    If a company’s knee jerk reaction isn’t to make things equally fair for all attendees including those who have single day passes because that’s all that was available then once everything is sold out, I have no interest in their booth and they instantly become forgettable. That is after all the point of exclusives right? to have people come by your booth to discover who you are, what you’re about and purchase in the future from you? Lets think about what a poor marketing decision that is.

  • For what it’s worth, Monogram’s exclusives rarely sell out.

  • Investigatin Detective

    To be fair this is how most booths handle exclusives. Some hold inventory for each day but it usually leads to crazy lines and pissed off people who waited in line and are told to come back the next day.

    I wouldn’t worry too much about this one, as Monogram is usually pretty well stocked. I usually go for their stuff once the line dies down and and have yet to miss out on anything I was looking for.

  • maxhdrm

    Cool. Thanks all for the information guys. I’m not tripping too much as these are just meh. Pewter is very soft and doesn’t hold up well. I more or less just dislike the attitude. I understand the craziness but I also think it’s unfair to single day ticket holders to give everything out day one. Pre-order in general just solves all those problems. I got my mega one city T-shirt, Factory E. flash ID badges and Harley Q statue from Diamond previews (sold only through retail at a later date) thus far. I’m still waiting for GentleGiant to release the jumbo trash monster for pre-sale again for SDCC like Celebration. They still have that “servers are being upgraded” disclaimer on their site for their exclusives