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.
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.
NOM Nightwatch Heavy Bramble is a Heavy Bramble Mk 3 robot in the WWR Universe that sports the nightwatch colorway. Originally produced in 1/6th (WWR) scale, it was first released during the Daywatch Nightwatch Commanders drop as a surprise, and few days later was made available again on Bambaland for approx 24 hours due to demand.
It is the first robot to bear NOM markings, as well as the first Nightwatch colorway toy to have grime, rust & wear on it.
NOM Nightwatch Heavy Bramble in the WWRp scale was announced for SDCC 2011.
Ascended Popbot is a character in the Popbot Universe. The Full 1/6 scale Ascended Popbot was available only through the 3-pack that included standard Popbot (character), standard Badbot and Ascended Popbot. A black and white Kitty was included.
Action Portable scale Ascended Popbot is announced for SDCC 2011.
Slaughterhouse Dropcloth is a colorway of the Dropcloth robot toy. The WWR scale toy was a Retailer Exclusive colorway, and the WWRp version a 2011 SDCC Exclusive. Slaughterhouse has been described by Ashley Wood as an assassin “Martian experiment in terror” that comes only in the Dropcloth bot type.
World War Robot Portable is the name of the series of 1/12th scale versions of the World War Robot toy line. These figures are usually sold in packs on Bambaland, while retail stores often get exclusive colorways of the figures.
Story of Slaughterhouse
As told by Ash on 3A Forums:
“they rest during daylight, as their light sensors pick up the fleeting light, they crawl from their hiding spots, tapping on windows , killing pets, and wholesale slaughter of towns etc etc. The Euro Bramble Project has been very effective against these bastards in Europe, and now many other countries are deploying units to just to hunt and destroy these dropcloth as they rest.. kinda like vampires etc”
“Slaughterhouse is the worst, no restraints.”