Though the San Diego Comic-Con is hosting its virtual convention this weekend, Diamond Select Toys continues to announce convention exclusives that you can pre-order now.
Though you may have already pre-ordered your Diamond Select Toys San Diego Comic-Con exclusives, we now have a look at how those action figures are going to be packaged.
Diamond Select Toys has announced another round of SDCC’21 exclusive toys and action figures – this time the Eye of Sauron turns its gaze on the Lord of the Rings Deluxe Action Figure Box Set.
Diamond Select Toys has announced even more exclusive toys for this year’s Comic-Con, including new Muppets and Cobra Kai action figures.
Diamond Select Toys isn’t letting something like a virtual comic con stop it from offering convention exclusives. Take the jump to check out the retro Tron action figures you’ll be able to get later this year.
Even though the San Diego Comic-Con is cancelled this year, Diamond Comic Distributors still plans on releasing all of its show exclusives for you to pick up.
Diamond Select Toys has announced that its latest SDCC 2020 exclusive will feature The Electric Mayhem Deluxe Action Figure Set.
Though the San Diego Comic-Con is cancelled this year, Diamond Select Toys is still releasing its convention exclusives. Today, we have a look at the Deadpool Zombie 1/6th Scale Bust.
Another day reveals a new SDCC 2020 exclusive from Diamond Select Toys. This time, we get a look at the Spider-Man Negative Suit PVC Diorama.
Diamond Select Toys isn’t letting a thing like a cancelled San Diego Comic Con hold them back – today we get a look at the SDCC 2020 Predator Exclusive.
Though the San Diego Comic-Con may be cancelle,d Diamond Select Toys is still planning on releasing its convention exclusives. Today, we have a look at the first two releases from the toy company.
During the San Diego Comic Con, we shared information that IDW Publishing was planning on releasing a new Rom: Spaceknight series. After the jump, we have the full press release on Rom: Dire Wraiths arriving in October 2019.
TOKYOPOP unveiled the launch of a new horror manga series, as well as three new, single-volume boys’ love titles to be released in early 2020 at their San Diego Comic-Con panel.
This year’s SDCC has happened, and we’ll be sorting out everything that took place in the months to come! But we can be happy that we made it through the very busy 2019 SDCC!