Comic-Con at Home is upon us and that means that so too are highly-detailed statues, maquettes, figures, toys, and more.
For collectors far and wide, exclusive collectible releases are one of the best parts about con season. This year’s San Diego Comic-Con is digital, much like last year’s, but that doesn’t mean that heavy hitting collectible makers like Weta Workshop, Sideshow (which is hosting its own event), and Mattel haven’t brought premium figures and more to the digital booth table. From life-size busts of Heath Ledger’s Joker to SDCC-exclusive vinyl figures of Saruman, check out the slideshow gallery below for some of the best collectibles being offered this year.
San Diego Comic-Con 2021: 21 Must-Have Exclusive Collectibles
With Comic-Con going all-digital again this year, every company involved with the trade show is doing things a little differently than they would if it were the standard in-person event that’s occurred for years and years. What that translates to for collectible collectors is that all of the statues, toys, and figures presented in the slideshow above are being offered through online storefronts only.
In the slideshow above, we’ve listed which company has created the collectible, what the collectible is called, how much it costs, where you can buy them, and some information about each one.
In the meantime, IGN has all the Comic-Con at Home coverage you need, including coverage for panels, trailers, and more. It will run from July 23 to July 25.
Mondo’s SDCC Merchandise: Wolverine 1/6 Figure, X-Men Poster, and Fin Fang Foom Tiki Mug
If you’re not caught up with today’s Comic-Con at Home news, the title for the new Dragon Ball Super movie was revealed, Amazon’s The Wheel of Time series finally has a release window, and Hideaki Anno has revealed he wants to make more live-action movies post-Evangelion. That’s just a few of the stories to come out of Comic-Con at Home today, with plenty more to look forward to as the show continues.
Wesley LeBlanc is a freelance news writer and guide maker for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @LeBlancWes.