Butts on Things San Diego Comic-Con 2024 Exclusives & Debuts [Update July 19]

Do you like big butts and you cannot lie? Well, brother, you can’t deny that Butts on Things brings the goods.

Artist Brian Cook, creator of Butts on Things, is back for another cheeky appearance at the con. Stop by Booth #4417 (the same spot as last year) to say hi and giggle over his delightful derrière designs, including pins, luggage tags, and more.

[UPDATE July 19]

Do you love butts? Well, the more butts you buy, the more butts you receive! You’ll receive an I <3 Butts bag free with any purchase over $15 at Booth #4417, while supplies last.

[UPDATE July 17]

For fans of intergalactic antics and playful collectibles, Butts on Things’ final San Diego Comic-Con exclusive features one of the most feared butts in the galaxy. You can add this Jabba the Butt and Crumb Bum Pin Set to your collection for $20. The set is limited to 400 pieces, with a limit of 2 per person. A daily allotment of 100 per day Wednesday – Saturday of the con.

Additionally, he will be offering badge ribbons — ask about them at the booth.

[UPDATE July 16]

Some things just go together. Peanut butter and jelly. Milk and cereal. Wolverine’s butt and Deadpool’s butt…

Luckily, Butts on Things is here for you with their Deadpool Minifig Butt Pin, to go along with yesterday’s Wolvie reveal. This LE 400 pin will be available for $14 at Booth #4417, with a limit of two per customer. The pin will be split into daily allotments of 100 pins per day, Wednesday-Thursday of the con.

[UPDATE July 15]

The day that we find out that we get Hugh Jackman’s butt (and the rest of Hugh Jackman) in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con sure seems like a fitting day for Butts on Things’ Wolvie Minifig Butt Pin to be revealed. This LE 400 pin is available for $14 each, with a limit of two per customer — and will be available with 100/day allotments for Wednesday-Saturday of the con. 

[UPDATE July 10]

Turtle butts! Butts on Things is shell-eberating some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Butts with a Mystery Pin. These first edition debut pins come in a sealed mystery bag, and each blind bag includes one of six possible different designs (including four turtles, as well as a rare and ultra rare pin design). There’s a limit of three per customer.

This butt is bigger on the inside. You can also pick up their Tardass debut pin for $12.

[UPDATE July 9]

Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble…BUTT! Another Butts on Things pin has been revealed and this one is bewitching. The Cauldron Butt Pin is fit for your favorite witch or warlock with glow-in-the-dark potion details. Tell your coven it’s time to get over to booth #4417 for this SDCC debut.

[UPDATE July 5]

You can never have too many butts on things, we always say. Brian Cook has found even more inanimate objects to add some extra behind to, including a VW Bug Butt Pin and a Buttley Cup Pin. Both will be making their debut at San Diego Comic-Con, at Booth #4417 for $12 each.

[UPDATE June 28]

Show off your “booty-ful” taste with Butts on Things Shoe Charm 4-Pack. It comes with four charms (shoes not included) to attach to your Crocs or other favorite footwear, including a pineapple butt, a taco but, a donut butt, and a shooting star butt. Pick it up for $14 when it makes its debut at the con.

Looking to add some fruity flair to your travel accessories? Pick up his Pineapple Butt Luggage Tag, which will be debuting at the convention. You can make your bag the butt of every joke at the airport by picking it up for $10.


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