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From a brand-new trailer to a surprise from the Turtles themselves, it was enough to make any fan scream “Kowabunga!”
We got a chance to swing by Super7's big Masters of the Universe Hordak's Lair takeover, and we spent way too much money inside!
A little under a week away, Bleeding Cool takes a look at the 10 SDCC exclusive collectibles at the show that we can't wait to get our hands on!
Skybound is bringing surprise figures from Robert Kirman's surprise comic Die!Die!Die! with them to SDCC this year, and exclusives from Walking Dead & more!
If Super7 is trying to win SDCC this year, they are doing a great job so far. Their booth will have some of the most sought exclusives of the show!
Diamond Select Toys are bringing Marvel, DC, and Star Trek exclusives to SDCC this year, and collectors are going to enjoy the offerings.
Here it is: every single 2018 Funko SDCC exclusive all in on place for you to see! All 78 excusives are here, which will you be trying to get?
Factory Entertainment is bringing ten exclusives to SDCC this year, with a bunch of Game of Thrones, Batman, Goonies, Back to the Future, and more!
Toynami will have some great anime exclusives available at their booth a this years SDCC, including Naruto, Acid Rain, Robotech, and more!
Titan Entertainment has one of the more lively booths on the SDCC show floor, and at that booth this year they have a ton of exclusives!
Symbiote Studios is bringing two Rick and Morty plush figures from the Pocket Mortys mobile game. These could be one of the big hits of the show.
Deadpool, Harry Potter, and Alien Q-Figs will be available exclusively at SDCC this year from Quantum Mechanix! All three are spectacular looking.
Monogram is bringing tons and tons of exclusive keyrings and other products to SDCC, including Rick and Morty, Naruto, Kingdom Hearts, and more!
Moebius Models will be bringing some really awesome pins from 2001: A Space Odyssey and Batman '66 to SDCC, as well as a HAL9000 flash drive!