Attack On Titan Posters From Mondo, Akira Box Set Preorder Bonus Lead Kodansha's SDCC Exclusives

Have you been waiting to get your hands on the Akira 35th Anniversary Box Set since you heard about it April? Are you planning to be at San Diego Comic Con? If so, you're in luck, because the box set, out this Fall, will be available for pre-order at the show, and if you pre-order it, you can get your hands on this limited edition (only 500) SDCC exclusive enamel pin set:

Other Kodansha exclusives at San Diego include a pair of Mondo Attack on Titan posters by Matt Taylor, in regular and variant edition:

The regular version (the first one) will go on sale during the convention on Mondo's website, and is limited to 225 posters. The variant is even rarer, with only 150 made, and will be on sale at the Mondo booth (#835).

Congoers can also pick up EXCLUSIVE Attack on Titan t-shirts and enamel pin sets (what's with all the enamel pins? Are we brining pins back? I've been holding onto my studded denim vest for two decades hoping this would happen eventually!) on sale at the Kodansha booth (#1631):

Some other SDCC exclusives that we don't have photos of include Ghost in the Shell T-Shirts with art by Shirow Masamune, Chi's Sweet Home enamel pins (again with the pins), and a Monogatari poster set. Additionally, August's releases will be on sale early at Kodansha's booth, so you can pick up books before they hit the streets and show off to your friends how cool you are.

Which is really cool. You read Bleeding Cool, don't you? Don't tell anyone that though.

You can find out more about Kodansha's schedule at SDCC here.

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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