The Olympics have them, the monthly subscription boxes have them, so why not Comic-Con? Marvel has announced it is turning Skottie Young’s tiny tyke art into pins, and bringing them to Comic-Con!

There are 28 pins that will be given away during the show, which range from Nick Fury and Captain America, to Black Widow, and Hawkeye.

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Pin 4-Pack: Contains Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon & Groot, Thanos and Nova. $25
  • Avengers Pin 4-Pack: Contains Black Widow, Hawkeye, Iron Man and Thor Odinson. $25
  • Amazing Spider-Man Pin 4-Pack: Contains Amazing Spider-Man, Spider-Gwen, Spider-Man 2099 and Silk. $25
  • Women of Marvel Pin 4-Pack: Contains She-Hulk, Thor, Squirrel Girl and Elektra. $25
  • Marvel Mystery Pin 2-Pack: Contains two of the following mystery pins. Which ones will you get?: Hulk & Bruce Banner, Captain America, Black Bolt, Black Panther, Iron Patriot, Iron Fist, Loki and Captain Marvel. $12.50 per 2-pack
  • Ultron, Ant-Man and Vision (sold separately) are only available in extremely limited quantities throughout the convention. Spend $30 or more at the official Marvel Shop for the ability to purchase one. $65 or more to purchase two or $100 or more to purchase all three. $10 each
  • Nick Fury Pin & Lanyard Set Display your pin collection with this exclusive lanyard featuring Skottie Young artwork. Also includes exclusive Nick Fury pin only available with the Pin & Lanyard set. $15

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What do you do if you don’t get all 28 pins? Like the Olympic pins, fans are encouraged to trade them with others to get the ones they really desire. Pin trading events will take place at the Marvel booth (#2329) on set days and times.

So, are you gonna to get ’em all?

via Marvel

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1 Comment

  1. Wish I could get even one of these. Doesn’t matter which.

    Yet another reason I hate being broke and unable to attend the big conventions.

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