Each month, Previews showcases products that can only be purchased through specialty shops via Diamond Comic Distributors.  Diamond sent Major Spoilers the rundown of exclusives from the July Previews.

Marvel Minimates PX Infinity Gauntlet Box Set (Item Code: JUL091429, $15.99 MSRP):
With this set, Diamond Select Toys presents four of the key characters from Marvel Comics’ popular The Infinity Gauntlet mini-series – Drax the Destoyer, Adam Warlock, Mephisto, and the Titan Thanos. Designed and sculpted by Art Asylum, each Minimate features 14 points of articulation as well as removable and interchangeable parts and accessories.

Battlestar Galactica PX Mini-Flyers  (Item Code: JUL091424, $14.99 MSRP):
Fans of the sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica (BSG) have long been able to pick up their favorite characters as small, fun figures thanks to Diamond Select Toys’ BSG Minimates. Now they can enhance their collections with Diamond Select’s new mini-flyers, the Scar Cylon Raider and Battle Damage Mark VII Viper. Each comes with its own exclusive BSG Minimate.

Strangers in Paradise Omnibus PX Limited Edition (Item Code: JUL090640; $11.95 MSRP):
Abstract Studios presents the definitive collection of creator Terry Moore’s Eisner Award-winning series dealing with strange love triangles and friendships. Twin 1,074 page hardcovers contain every page of the Strangers in Paradise story, while a third hardcover collects all 15 years of color covers. All three books come in a beautiful slipcase. Supply is limited to 1,250 signed and numbered units worldwide, making this a true collector’s item.

via Diamond Comic Distributors

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  1. hermit
    June 22, 2009 at 12:04 pm — Reply

    i’m pretty sure the stranger in paradise omnibus is not 11.95$

  2. June 23, 2009 at 3:00 pm — Reply

    SIP omnibus – $159.95
    Didn’t sound right to me either.

  3. Richard
    July 20, 2009 at 8:48 pm — Reply

    If I don’t get a copy of that Omnibus, I’m gonna lose it.

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