YESTERDAYS San Diego Comic-Con 2018 Exclusive Pins Available At Munky King [UPDATE: July 9]

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Stick a pin in it. Yesterdays will have several great exclusives and collaboration pins again this year at San Diego Comic-Con, which you can pick up at Munky King Booth #4851.

Here’s a look at this year’s exclusives, which we’ll update with more information as we get it:

[UPDATE July 9]

Judge Death Enamel Pin by YESTERDAYS
1.25″ Soft Enamel Pin
$10
Available at Booth 4851

[UPDATE July 02]

“Tim21” Antiqued Silver Enamel Pin by YESTERDAYS
1.25″
Die Struck Plated Pin
Artwork by Dustin Nguyen
Available at Booth 4851
Priced at $10
This “Tim21” enamel pin is being made in collaboration with Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen for their comic book, Descender.
Judge Dredd 1:2 Scale Antique-Gold-Plated Badge by YESTERDAYS
3″
Die Struck Plated Pin
Officially Licensed by 2000 AD
Available at Booth 4851
Priced at $20
This half scale replica of the Judge Dredd Badge is the first ever made at this size! Based on the original designs from the 2000 AD comic book, this is a must for any Judge Dredd fan!
Madrid Skateboards McFly Enamel Pin by YESTERDAYS
1.75″
Polished Silver Plated Hard Enamel

Official Collaboration with Madrid Skateboard (Est. 1976)

Available at Booth 4851
Priced at $10
We’re going BACK! This enamel pin is being made in collaboration with Madrid Skateboards, the California based skate brand well known for their appearances in Back to the Future and Stranger Things! This pin is in commemoration of the skateboard used by Michael J Fox in the 1985 film, Back to the Future! You can watch the classic scene from the film here: https://youtu.be/IPP_ RTP7tdE?t=13s

[UPDATE June 20]

Misfits “Comic Fiend” SDCC Exclusive Enamel Pin by Yesterdays – $10
Inspired by the vintage comic book corner graphics of the past, this new Misfits design features the “138” and “Oct 31” beneath the classic fiend image. This 1.5″ Soft Enamel Pin is a Misfits Officially Licensed San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive.
What do you think of this years YESTERDAYS Comic-Con exclusives? Let us know in the comments.