The San Diego Comic-Con is just around the corner, which means it is time for publishers to unveil their exclusives for the show. Dark Horse Comics steps up to the plate with Hellboy, Black Hammer, Conan, and yes, Game of Thrones.

All of the exclusives can be found at the Dark Horse boom #2615, but remember, the exclusives are limited, so you better visit the booth early, and often.

Hellboy in Hell Volume 2: The Death Card SDCC Exclusive Hardcover
Limited Edition of 1,400
2 per person per day


Black Hammer #1 Convention Exclusive Variant
Limited Edition of 500
5 per person per day


Conan the Slayer #1 SDCC Wraparound Variant
Limited Edition of 500
5 per person per day


B.P.R.D. Zippo Lighter
Zippo brand lighter with the B.P.R.D. logo printed on the front.

Limited edition of 500
5 per person per day


B.P.R.D. Flask
6 oz. brushed finish flask with the B.P.R.D. logo printed on the front. Hand-numbered label on each box.

Limited Edition of 275
5 per person per day


Game of Thrones The Night King Bust Silver Edition
8.5” silver bust.

Limited Edition of 200
1 per person per day


Halo Covenant Banshee Ship Replica Gold Edition
5” gold ship replica. Halo 5: Guardians REQ Pack Download card included with every purchase.

Limited edition of 300
1 per person per day


Snoopy Qee Mystery Figure Gold Edition
3” gold Snoopy Qee figure.

Limited edition of 550
2 per person per day


Frank Frazetta ‘The Destroyer’ Lithograph
16” x 20” lithograph. Officially approved by the Frazetta Estate. Signed and numbered by Frank Frazetta, Jr.

Limited Edition of 100
1 per person per day


Which exclusive do you want to get your hands on the most? I’m not a smoker, but a good lighter always attracts my attention, so I’m going to go for the B.P.R.D. lighter.

via Dark Horse Comics

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