So, I stopped the list this year at 108 items. I probably could have added another 25+ items, but I am tired. I started the list back in April, so I spent 4 months on it. I am already thinking of a different way to format it for next year (perhaps even offering a PDF you can print with photos).
So, as of today, we have 108 San Diego Comic Con 2011 Exclusives listed with Photos.
Thanks to all of you who visited our site during Comic Con.
Source: Recommended by Chris Sims of Comic Alliance!
The most necessary item for those of you hoping to bring home a haul is something you can get just by walking through the door: Warner Bros. Comic-Con Tote Bags.
They’ve been using this same style of bag for a few years, and while it might not be apparent from the pictures, they are massive. They are roughly the size of a sled, and seeing a crowd of people walking around with them last year gave me the idea that everyone was legitimately concerned that the convention center was going to slide into the bay and force them to rig up rafts to get to safety, while simultaneously being really excited about the upcoming season of Supernatural. But that gigantic size means that there’s plenty of room for anything you buy over the course of four days, and if nothing else, you can always turn it upside down, fill it with hot air, and set off on a race around the world!
All told, there are there are 11 different designs that turn anyone into a walking billboard, promoting properties like Fringe, the Green Lantern animated series, The Vampire Diaries, The Looney Tunes Show, and even a single actual comic book, September’s Justice League #1. Personally, I hope I can get the one promoting LEGO Harry Potter.
Each year, we blog about all of the exclusive products that will be at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) this year. Last year we blogged about 73 exclusives and have now surpassed that number for this year. The Con is all sold out and is scheduled for July 21st through the 24th. So are goal now is to hit 100 exclusives in this year’s list. Check back every few days to see what has been added. If you are a manufacturer, please let us know what cool things you are going to offer and we will post it on our blog.
At the end of each blog will be a little exclusive button which will take your right back here for easy navigation.
So stay tuned and we will keep you up-to-date on all thing San Diego Comic-Con.
Felixx Iver wearing his Darth Vader costume at the Imperial Beach Pier.
Photographed at Torrey Pines Beach with surfers, Josh Dudzik (left) and Andrew Kunmann, Ben Townend portrays a Sand Trooper from the Star Wars movie.
At San Diego’s Balboa Park, Caitlin Findley in her Grell Sutcliff costume from Kuroshitsuji.
Photographed in Coronado near the Hotel del Coronado, Kyle Lauritch-Kullas portrays Harry Potter complete with a magical wand that he designed and fabricated.
Paul Punla wearing his War Machine costume at the America Plaza Trolley Station in downtown San Diego.
Photographed in San Diego’s Balboa Park Danielle Bradford in her Undertaker costume from Kuroshitsuji.