If you know me you know Back to the Future is one of my favorite franchises. So much so, an actual DeLorean is in my future. So I was pretty excited when Funko released a new Marty McFly Exclusive POP! at this weekend’s Fan Expo Canada. The new POP! is Marty sporting his Buddy Holly guitar from his performance at the Enchantment Under the Sea dance.
If you are like me, the only way to get Funko’s SDCC exclusives is to try and track them down at stores sharing the exclusive. Well, Funko posted it on their blog. Check it out:
San Diego Comic-Con is finally upon us, which means that in addition to incredible panels and other pop culture goodness, there are going to be several opportunities to get your hands on Funko shared exclusives. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term, shared exclusives are collectibles that will be available at San Diego Comic-Con and through select partner retailers. However, these items are produced in limited quantities and tend to sell out fast so be prepared.
Here’s the full list of shared exclusives that will be released over the course of SDCC:
Like we have said before, Lego brings some of the most sought after exclusives to SDCC. It looks they saved their best exclusive for last, or one of the last. Following the success of Deadpool Duck, Lego is doubling down and bringing us another Deadpool minifigure. This time around its Sheriff Deadpool. For those attending, good luck. If its anything like last year, your investment will be as good as gold. (more…)
Now that the Ant-Man & The Wasp is in theaters, Lego revealed their latest SDCC exclusive from the film. If you aren’t a;ready familiar, Lego brings some of the best exclusives to the Comic con. If you are ever lucky enough to snag one you know they are worth their wait in gold. The Ant-Man & The Wasp set should be no different. (more…)
It looks like the first Hasbro exclusive for this SDCC has been revealed. They will be offering a Star Wars – Doctor Aphra 3.75″ Scale Special Figure Comic 3-Pack. The set includes Doctor Aphra (who will get a stand alone release), BT-1, and 0-0-0. I knew these were going to become fan favorites when they debuted in Marvel’s Darth Vader comic series a few years back. With all the stand alone films planned, I am not the only one hoping she makes her way to the big screen. In case you were wondering, they made their first appearance in Darth Vader #3 (2015).
The set will come in vintage card back packaging and will cost $50. You can check out more images from i09 below. (more…)