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Update for 04/12/13

Restock!

Hot Toys Avengers Black Widow x4 Yep, you read that right, these are the last!

Sideshow Star Wars Tusken Raider x3

ZC World Carson (Top Gun) x3

Soldier Story WWII German 3rd Fallschirmjager x1

DID WWII German Hans Ebner x1

LOST SDCC Comic-Con 2011 Trailer. What is the Man in Black’s name?

SDCC 2011 Exclusive #108: Lego Star Wars Advent Calender Exclusive Set

SDCC 2011 Lego Star Wars Advent Calender Exclusive Set

Limited to 1,000 sets.

From SDCC 2011, you get an awesome LEGO Star Wars holiday print and exclusive packaging  designed to look like a mailed package. There’s even a pull tab on the  side flaps to simulate a Priority Mail shipping box. The shipping box  has a lot of cool little details such as Santa Claus’s return address,  LEGO Star Wars holiday themed stamps, an “open by” date, and ribbon  graphic. There is a limited number of 1,000 sets. They are individually numbered. The kicker is that the print you get is numbered  and matched to the set you get.

SDCC 2011 Exclusive #107: Disney Phineas & Ferb Tuxedo Agent P

Disney Phineas & Ferb
Tuxedo Agent P

Mystery in the box (opened to show figure and scale) 

SDCC 2011 Exclusive #106: Four Horsemen, Outer Space Men Set

Outer Space Men by Four Horsemen, Complete Set of 4

Electron, Alpha 7, Mystron, Commander Comet

Exclusive colors and weapons!

 

 

 

 

SDCC 2011 Exclusive #105: Tokidoki X Marvel Frenzies

Clip-ons to zippers, key chains, etc.

SDCC 2011 Exclusive #104: Warner Bros. Comic-Con Tote Bags

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.

SDCC 2011 Exclusive #103: Tokidoki Captain America Comic-Con Exclusives T-Shirt and Cap-Cap

Source: Recommended by Chris Sims of Comic Alliance!

While we’re on the subject of adorable versions of Marvel Characters Tokidoki (Booth #4731) is bringing their signature ultra-cute  style to the convention floor as well in a shirt where Captain America is seen  reading about his own adventures. Tokidoki’s also got an exclusive Captain America hat (or Cap-Cap) that runs a  cool $40. Such is the price of fashion.

SDCC 2011 Exclusive #102: IDW The Big Book of Carl Barks’ Barney Bear

Recommended by Chris Sims of Comic Alliance!

A collection of comics by the legendary creator of Scrooge McDuck, Carl  Barks.

The Big Book of Carl Barks’ Barney Bear reprints these  strips for the first time in color and in English, and while I’ve never heard of  it before, it’s high on the list of things I want to pick up. As much as I love  Barks’ work on the Duck books — and Yoe’s previous collections of “lost”  classics like Dan DeCarlo’s Jetta — this one’s an easy sell.

SDCC 2011 Exclusive #101: Pullip Catwoman and Batgirl Dolls