Our roundup of San Diego Comic-Con 2019 roundups

San Diego Comic-Con’s exclusive items list is vast. Pop culture aficionados can find convention only collectibles ranging from socks and protein shake cups to doorknockers and porcelain statues—and we haven’t even mentioned items that aren’t based on Star Wars yet.

With such a broad range of products and companies capitalizing on the value that SDCC exclusive status adds to their offerings, we’ve decided to compile a list of links to each company’s SDCC FAQs to help you get the items you’re looking for whether you’re at the show or going hunting for retailer shared exclusives.

SDCC kicks off July 18, with a preview night opening later this evening.

Dark Horse Comics
Dark Horse’s exclusives include variant comic covers for Black Hammer/Justice League and Critical Role, as well as merch from Game of Thrones, Umbrella Academy and more. A complete list can be found here.

Funko
The toy company’s SDCC presence is strong this year, with an army of exclusives including con-only buttons available throughout the show floor. Details can be found at Funko’s blog. Funko’s items will also be available at a number of retail spaces starting Thursday, July 17. That information an also be found at the link above. Target will also debut some of its exclusive Funko products at its convention booth.

Mondo
Mondo has a number of posters, pins and vinyl options for fans of everything from Marvel to Metal Gear Solid. It also has a con-exclusive variant of one of its new Mondoid vinyl figures. All announced offerings can be found here, along with online sale times.

Hasbro
You can find our detailed list of Hasbro exclusives here. Hasbro’s online storefront, HasbroPulse, will stock any leftover exclusives from the convention.

Diamond Select
You can find our article on Diamond Select’s exclusives here. The article also includes a link to Diamond’s page, which has availability information for items outside the con.

Star Wars
Our detailed article listing Star Wars’ Comic-Con exclusives is here.

Mattel
Mattel’s exclusives—and the company’s complicated purchasing processes—are detailed in our article.

NECA Toys
The company’s online pre-orders are sold out, but we briefly discussed all their exclusives in this article.

ThinkGeek
ThinkGeek’s Twitter account has revealed multiple enamel pins the retailer will carry exclusively at comic-con.

Marvel
Marvel’s SDCC happenings are detailed here. The standout for collectors is 100soft’s series of posters based on the four Avengers films.

DC
DC comics has detailed its convention schedule here.

Entertainment Earth
The online toy superstore has a number of exclusives and collaborations. Some can be ordered at its website, while some are only available at the convention. More details on Entertainment Earth’s convention activities can be found here.


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