Comic-Con Survival Guide: All The Exclusives You Need To Buy


Posted July 11, 2012 - By Rob Manuel

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Comic-Con 2012 offers some of the best deals known to nerds around the world, but you want only the best and most exclusive items offered to the public. If this was a boss raid, think of these items as rare or even legendary in nature. Most of these products may never again see the light of day after they sell out.

Before you hit the floor, you’ll want to check out our list of the must have Comic-Con exclusives. Act now. Supplies are limited.

Comic-Con Survival Guide: All The Exclusives You Need To Buy

Neca (#3145):

Portal ASHPD “The Cave Johnson” Edition. (Price: $150.00) When life gives you lemons, pick up a Portal gun. With lights, sounds, and signed photos from the man himself, you would be crazy to miss out on this limited run.

Hasbro (#3329):

Avengers Super Helicarrier. (Price: $129.99) Before Loki and the Hulk had their way with this floating fortress, you can buy your own version with Captain America and S.H.E.I.L.D. Agent Maria Hill included. Nothing says “awe-inspiring” quite like this flying fortress.

Kidrobot (#4529):

Live screen printing by Ryan the wheelbarrow. (Price: TBD) Kidrobot is known for having a different special every day at Comic-Con, but they close out this year with something truly special. Stop by the Kidrobot booth on Sunday for a one of a kind t-shirt from Ryan.

Comic-Con Survival Guide: All The Exclusives You Need To Buy

Image/Skybound (#2729):

Limited Edition The Walking Dead Governor T-Shirt (Price: $25, $27 for XXL)The only thing worse than a zombie might just be The Governor, or at least in The Walking Dead series. Featuring artwork by Charlie Adlard and with the quote “Kill Them All” emblazoned on the shirt, you just might want a piece of the man that everyone hates.

Marvel (#2329):

Amazing Spider-Man Variant Cover #688 & Astonishing X-Men #51. I know that is sounds strange to actually pick up comics at Comic-Con, but you don’t want to miss out on either of these exclusive issues. They both come in limited runs, so I would make sure to hit the Marvel booth first if you want to get your hands on either of these.

Triforce (#2846):

Batman: Arkham City Catwoman Riddler Trophy (Price: $400.00) They might not make the sound, but you also don’t have to put on the skintight leather just to snag on of these. This pink trophy stands at 19’’ and lights up just like the ones in the game. And just like the game, there are only so many to go around.

Comic-Con Survival Guide: All The Exclusives You Need To Buy


Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Alisa Bosconovich Mishima Zaibatsu Exclusive Color Version Bishoujo Statue. (Price: $64.99) With only 1500 statues and standing at nearly 8’’ tall, this exclusive statue of our favorite Tekken android is bound to move quickly.

Mattel (#3029):

Bruce Wayne To Batman The Dark Knight Rises Movie Masters Figure. (Price: $30.00) With the movie just down the road, you should check out this piece of the Dark Knight with Wayne Manor on the outside and the Bat Cave on the inside when you open it up. Besides an amazing box, you’ll also get Bruce along with his Bat Suit and a couple of accessories.

DC Comics Vertigo Death. (Price: $25.00) If you are a fan of the Sandman series, make sure to check out everyone’s favorite sister. She stands at a rather tall 8’’ on a skull base.

Comic-Con Survival Guide: All The Exclusives You Need To Buy

Vannen Watches

The Walking Dead Wristwatch (Price: $85.00) How cool is this? Fans of the Walking Dead will be able to tell time with this three-handed watch and one-handed Rick. Signed by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, these watches will move faster than a starving zombie.

Play Arts Kai:

Batman: Arkham Asylum Batman Black and White Edition & Batman: Arkham Asylum The Joker Black and White Edition (Price: $59.99 each) One of the biggest games from last year is getting two great statues. Limited at 1000 each, both of these statues would make for an incredible addition to anyone’s collection.

Toynami (#3229):

Hello Kitty Chun Li (Street Fighter) Plush. (Price: TBD) If you’re looking for something more in the “adorable” range, this Hello Kitty Chun Li fits the bill. She somehow looks both tough and cute at the same time. Pick one up for yourself at Comic-Con.

Comic-Con Survival Guide: All The Exclusives You Need To Buy


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