Comic-Con is a geek’s paradise, so if you have never been before this guide will help you decide on what booths and exclusives to go after first.
Mondo – Be sure to keep an close eye on their Twitter account for announcements on when Mondo will sell their posters. That’s what the popular poster company has done in the past. Be sure to be ready to run to their booth as soon as they tweet it out. Furthermore, the print sizes are very small. So, I recommend running to this booth first on day one. You will have to be fast and know where you are going, so map out your route before hand.
Mattel: Another must stop for Comic-Con. This year they will have a Mystery Star Wars Hot Wheels Exclusive.
KidRobot: Art Toys are fun to collect, and Kidrobot always have great exclusives every year. Go to Kidrobot.com to pre-order yours.
Funko: Vinyl Toys have become super hot over the last few years, and so far Funko have announced five waves of exclusives. Funko is another booth to get to early, so get there fast.
Bluefin: Some might not be aware of this toy manufacture, so just in case you don’t know them, they make the very popular S.H. Figuarts action figures. Every year they have awesome exclusive Dragon Ball figures.
Lego: Now these Exclusives are somewhat hard to get your hands on, but there’s still a chance. In the past years Lego has down raffles, and the winners get to buy a Lego Exclusive. That being said these lines are long, and I only recommend waiting in them if you are a die hard Lego fan.
Image Comics/Skybound: What’s not to love about The Walking Dead, and the award winning independent comics. Every year they have must own limited edition hardcover omnibuses and excellent exclusives.