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Jada Toys San Diego Comic-Con 2018 Exclusives

In General News by Kerry DixonLeave a Comment

Holy San Diego Comic-Con exclusives! Jada Toys are hitting the road for San Diego Comic-Con 2018, where you can stop by Booth ##3746 to snap up an awesome retro Batman The Classic TV Series exclusive. Jada is bringing a 1:24 scale die-cast 1966 Batman The Classic TV Series Batmobile, which is finished in black chrome. The set includes not only the Batmobile, but … Read More

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Toddland Returns to San Diego Comic-Con 2018 for More ‘Bob’s Burgers’, ‘Family Guy’ Goodness

In Exclusives by Kerry DixonLeave a Comment

After last week, Comic-Con attendees might be feeling the need for some good SDCC news – and our friends at toddland are here to deliver. You’ll be able to find them in their usual spot at Booth #4429, next to the FOX Fanfare booth. The merchandise-chefs over at toddland have been busy cooking up some Comic-Con exclusives for you, and while … Read More

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JAKKS Pacific Unveils San Diego Comic-Con 2018 Exclusives

In Exclusives by Kerry Dixon1 Comment

Toymakers JAKKS Pacific are returning to San Diego Comic-Con – and you can catch them at Booth #3349, where they’ll be part of ThinkGeek’s booth. Traditionally, they break tsum tsums and a few other exciting options. Here’s a look at what they’ll be bringing for attendees this year: [UPDATE June 2] JAKKS announced via twitter that they will be bringing … Read More

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Under the Tents: Lucifer, Bill Sienkiewicz, Hyperactive Monkey, Brian Kesinger, Fat Rabbit Farms

In Exclusives, General News by Ben KucharskiLeave a Comment

It’s not just 30 days to San Diego Comic-Con 2018 — and we have a jam-packed edition of Under the Tents for you today, full of amazing art you’ll find at the convention (we dig Brian Kesinger’s SDCC themed tiki coasters!), booth details, and word about the recently-saved Lucifer. Here’s a look at the news you might have missed: Jim Yung … Read More

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Ride the San Diego Trolley to Comic-Con in Style with Commemorative Passes, Mobile Ticketing

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Traveling to and from San Diego Comic-Con just got a whole lot easier. The Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), which operates the Trolley lines in San Diego, announced they are bringing back the mobile ticketing app for smartphones, named Compass Cloud. Just download the app for iPhone or Android smartphones and Trolley riders can purchase electronic tickets now and store for later use. MTS also produces … Read More

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CONTEST: Win Two Tickets to Turning Tydes’ Wicked Wizards

In Offsites by Kerry DixonLeave a Comment

Yer a singing wizard, Harry! Turning Tydes Theatre Company, the brilliant minds who have brought Comic-Con attendees such musical mash-ups as The Phantom of the Empire and Into the Walker Woods, return to bring attendees a whole new musical mash-up, Wicked Wizards: A Potter Parody. The new musical combines Wicked with the world of Harry Potter, and features songs such as “No One Names the Wizard”, “Azkaban … Read More

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Entertainment Earth Transforming Lin-Manuel Miranda and Dog Tobi into Exclusive for San Diego Comic-Con

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Entertainment Earth is not throwing away their shot to turn Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda and his dog Tobi into an exclusive, heading to San Diego Comic-Con. The toy company is bringing a Lin-Manuel Miranda and Tobi Pin Mates Wooden Collectibles Set to Comic-Con this year, in a retro design that’s reminiscent of wooden figures fro the 1960’s and 1970’s. Both the … Read More

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Under the Tents: Patrick Ballesteros, Melissa Benoist, Wannabe Press, ThinkGeek

In Exclusives, General News by Andy WagnerLeave a Comment

We all need all the good San Diego Comic-Con news we can our hands on these days. This edition of Under the Tents has some great news from some SDCC artists, some positive signs for Supergirl fans, and even some commission openings. Here’s a look at what you might have missed: The Heroes in a Half Shell join Patrick Ballesteros’ “Can … Read More