If you are at the San Diego Comic Con this week, and if you have the time and patience (and if you are really really lucky) you may be able to get your hands on the LEGO Marvel Superheroes exclusive Deadpool Duck minifigure.

The only downside to this minifigure is the stubby legs which I hate so, so much. Otherwise, I’m good with LEGO continuing to try something different with the Marvel and DC superheroes line.

So… if you are at Comic-Con, and want to be my hero, I sure would like to add this to my collection.

via LEGO


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  1. I’ve been reading lots of complaints from Lego fans about these exclusive figures. The complaints are mainly because the figures are limited and/or exclusive to SDCC. I truly have no interest in these exclusive figures. When I see them, I ask myself if I would buy one if it was not limited or exclusive. I typically find myself answering “no, I would not”.

    • I can totally understand that. I do like adding minifigures to my collection more so than sets. Still, exclusives are exclusives for a reason, and that means a large number of people won’t get them without shelling out big bucks through sites like eBay. In all the years, I’ve only been able to get one LEGO minifigure SDCC exclusive, and that was because of a fan who went to the show.

  2. Do you know if the exclusive mini-fig is still worth the original price at SDCC? I used to purchase exclusive items from cons and unfortunately discovered most do not retain their value. I have several action figures from a Star Wars celebration that are worth less than what I paid for them more than a decade ago. I have a feeling these mini-fig’s may hold their value because Lego sets become very collectible after they are retired/out of production.

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