Diamond Comics Distributors, the makers of the Previews catalog, has announced it will have three limited exclusives for the New York Comic Con

“We’re excited to offer these exclusives to NYYC attendees” said Dan Manser, Director of Marketing for Diamond Comic Distributors, the publisher of PREVIEWS. “Each month, PREVIEWS offers some great fare for comic shop customers, a number of items which are exclusive that you won’t find anywhere else. It’s a natural for us to extend PREVIEWS Exclusives to the 2008 convention circuit.”

NYCC 2008 Iron Man: Legacy of Doom #1 Sketch Variant
Featuring a special Ron Lim sketch cover exclusive to NYCC! A team of creators responsible for some of Iron Man’s most memorable adventures – writer David Michelinie and artists Bob Layton & Ron Lim – return to challenge the Armored Avenger in this first issue of a four-issue Marvel Comics series co-starring Doctor Doom. Available from selected retailers on the show floor.
• Limited to 5000 copies

NYCC 2008 Iron Man Mark 1 Armor Battle-Damaged Wobbler
Marvel’s High-Tech Hero goes super-deformed in this exclusive battle-damagaed NYCC edition Wacky Wobbler from Funko. Cast in vinyl and measures 7” tall. Available from selected retailers on the show floor.
• Limited to 1500 pieces

NYCC 2008 Ultra Detail Figure’s Raiden Metal Gear Solid 2 Stealth Camouflage Version
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the hit video game, this exclusive NYCC figure from Medicom features clear plastic for a stealth camouflage look. A must-have for any fan of the action-packed franchise as well as nostalgia-struck gamers from the NES-era. 7” tall features and features multiple points of articulation. Available from selected retailers on the show floor.
• Limited to 1400 pieces

The New York Comic Con takes places at the Jacob-Javits Center April 18-20, 2008 in NYC.

via Diamond


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