June 25 2024

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More San Diego Comic-Con Exclusives

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More San Diego Comic Con exclusives have been announced for the convention taking place later this month. The exclusives include figures, comics, books, and a pin.

First up is Bif Bang Pow! and Entertainment Earth‘s The Big Bang Theory/Star Trek: The Next Generation figure set. The figures come from the “Star Trek: TNG cosplay episode The Bakersfield Expedition,” and include a Vasquez Rocks pop-up display backdrop. The set costs $49.99 and will be available at booth #2343. If any sets are remaining after Comic-Con, they would be sold online at Entertainment Earth (and can be pre-ordered there).

IDW Publishing will have several Comic Con exclusives, including a collected volume of Star Trek: Boldly Go (first six issues). Located at booth #2743, only two hundred limited-editions of a photo cover variant will be sold.

Also from IDW Publishing is a Star Trek Limited Box Set Collection of 6 books: Stardate Collection Volume 1, Gold Key Archives Volume 1, Ongoing Volume 1, John Byrne Collection, Nero, and Starfleet Academy. The set also includes a Star Trek 50th Anniversary min-print from J.K. Woodward. Cost for the set is $100, and those purchasing this set at the IDW Publishing booth will get a free Tom Whalen Spock Poster.

At booth #1530, Vault Collectibles is offering a retailer exclusive cover edition of Star Trek: Waypoint #6. Cost for this special issue is $15.00.

ThinkGeek (booth #3349) has a Star Trek: TNG 30th Anniversary Mirror Mirror Pin, which is free if you spend $50 or more at their booth.

Finally, Titan Books is offering a limited-edition of their forthcoming Star Trek: The Next Generation The Art of Juan Ortiz. This book features one hundred-and-seventy-eight posters, and includes a signed tip-in sheet and exclusive art print. Get yours at booth #5537 for $60.00.

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