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Top Cow sent us an email detailing the convention exclusives the company is offering at the San Diego Comic Con and Wizard World Chicago.

The company will have three exclusive variant edition comic covers, a fan pack, an exclusive t-shirt, and a full-size statue available for fans attending both shows.

Take the jump for the details and pictures of the items sure to show up on eBay after the conventions.

Top Cow has chosen to debut its summer event First Born with two special covers, one by digital painter Stjepan Sejic who also makes his first US appearance at Comic-Con and a second cover by hot X-23: Target X artists Mike Choi and Sonia Oback. Both covers will be limited to 1000 units.

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The third exclusive variant is a new Kenneth Rocafort cover for Madame Mirage #1. This cover will be limited to 500 units.

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Also debuting at the show will be the Freshmen II Fundamentals of Fear Trade Paperback in a fan pack which will include an exclusive t-shirt and mini-lithograph. Fans may also purchase the trade paperback and t-shirt individually at the show.

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Finally fans will also have an opportunity to pre-order Top Cow’s convention exclusive The Darkness Polystone Onyx Exclusive Variant Statue, limited to only 500 pieces worldwide. The statue features a sinister black onyx repaint of Jackie Estacado inspired by the smash sellout success The Darkness video game from 2K Games and Starbreeze. The statue will carry an MSRP of $249.99 and free ground shipping within the Continental US. Orders for the statue will ship in September.

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via Top Cow

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