Comic-Con 2011: 15 Awesome collectibles exclusive to the con floor

Photos Comic-Con by Jim Napier

San Diego Comic-Con is almost upon us, and that means a ton of amazing pop culture and sci-fi collectibles for sale. There will be items ranging from small to large and a few dollars to hundreds of dollars. Here is list of awesome exclusive collectibles that will have a limited run and are only available to the 2001 show. 

Check them out below and share your thoughts on your favorite:

Matty Collector’s Ghostbusters Stay Puft Marshmallow Man: The 20-inch soft foam, articulated worst nightmare comes in a diorama carrying case. Price: $70. Pre-sale vouchers go on sale Monday July 11th at 9AM PT/12 Noon ET at mattycollector.com


 

Underground Toys River Song and Pandorica Chair: The set comes from the Doctor WhoSeries Five episode "The Pandorica Opens." Price: $30. Booth #3949 or 3629

 

 

 

Mezco Mega Scale Batman Mez-Itz: A 20-inch tall jumbo version of the standard Mez-Itz comes in Limited Edition Black and Gray and Ultra Rare Variant Limited Edition Blue and Grey. Price: $200.

 

Sideshow Collectibles Clone Commander 12 inch figure: Another in Sideshow's incredibly popular Militaries of Star Wars line, this figure is already sold out for attendees. However, you can still pre-order it online at www.sideshowtoy.com. Price: $94.99

 

Bif Bang Pow! Rusty Venture Tin Tote: The traditionally style lunch box features images of Rusty Venture in action. Price: $45. Entertainment Earth Booth #2343


 

Mattel Hot Wheels Back to the Future vehicle: Great Scott! This yet-unknown die-cast vehicle from the original film comes in a replica radiation box. Price: $35

 

 

Kotobukiya Marvel Invisible Woman Bishoujo statue: A 9-inch sculpt of Sue Storm as interpreted by illustrator Shunya Yamashita. Limited to 500 pieces with a pre-order at www.kotous.com

 

DC Direct Zoom figure: A 6.5 inch tall figure that completes their Flashpoint figures set. Graphitti Designs Booth #2315

 

Diamond Select Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Minimates: A four pack of characters including Dante, Phoenix, Arthur and Deadpool in their “Player 2” colors. Diamond Select Booth

 

Toys' R' Us/McFarlane Toys HALO "Master Chief Platinum" action figure: A 10th anniversary commemorative edition platinum-painted version of John-117. Entertainment Earth Booth #2343

Neca Gremlins Gizmo Comic Con Edition: Looking cool in his shades and attendee lanyard, Gizmo also has his own SDCC tote.

 

Bif Bang Pow! Lost Polar Bear Bobble Head: A resin reproduction of the island transplant complete with Dharma Initiative collar. Price: $15. Entertainment Earth Booth #2343

Gentle Giant Neville Longbottom mini-bust: Looking beat up in the Battle for Hogwarts, Neville gets his day as Potter fans appreciate his quiet heroism. Price: $70


 

Dollhouse Epitaphs #1 2011 SDCC Comic Book: A retailer exclusive cover with a run of 2,500 copies and 1 in 5 will be signed by Jed Whedon, Andrew Chambliss, & Maurissa Tancharoen

 

Hasbro's SDCC-exclusive 16-inch Marvel Universe Sentinel: This robotic villain is packaged in a giant, oversized blister card inside a carrying case featuring all new artwork by Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada. Price: $59.99. Booth #3329

 

Hasbro's packaging for the SDCC-exclusive 16-inch Marvel Universe Sentinel: A giant oversized blister card inside a carrying case featuring all new artwork by Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada. Price: $59.99. Booth #3329

I personally like the Lost Polar bear and the Neville from Harry Potter. I am not a fan of collecting these types of items because I do not like having stuff taking up space. Which of the above is your favorite? 

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