Updated: July 8
With Comic-Con International: San Diego (SDCC) right around the corner, the exclusive reveals are starting to roll in. And Monogram International has — as usual — delivered a healthy dose of cuteness with its show-exclusive collectibles.
So far, the company has previewed sets of foam bag clips that will be available on the showfloor.
First up is a Godzilla and Power Rangers set, which includes four bag clips: Godzilla, King Ghidorah, Dragonzord, and Red Ranger. This celebrates the new crossover comics that depict Toho’s Godzilla characters colliding with the mighty morphin’ rangers! The set will be limited to 500 pieces and will cost $30.
The next exclusive journies to a galaxy far, far away. Inspired by the recent Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney+ series, this three-piece set includes bag clips of Obi-Wan Kenobi, Lola the femme droid, and Darth Vader (with a special black, metallic finish). The set is limited to 500 pieces and will cost $25.
The next fandom to get the exclusive, chibi bag-clip treatment is Demon Slayer. This set includes bag clips of Tanjiro Kamado; Zenitsu Agatsuma; and a special Inosuke Hashibira, depicted without his boar mask. The set will cost $25 and has the largest run of Monogram’s exclusives, with 700 pieces.
The fourth exclusive that Monogram has revealed (so far) is also anime-inspired. The exclusive Jujutsu Kaisen bag clip features Itadori, Fushiguro, and Kugisaki. The boxed set is limited to 500 pieces and will cost $25.
On June 29, Monogram added another reveal to its SDCC offerings. And we believe in these bag clips! The four-piece Ted Lasso boxed set comes with Ted Lasso, Coach Beard, Roy Kent, and the iconic “Believe” sign. The set is limited to 600 pieces and will cost $30.
Pride month may have ended, but on July 1 Monogram added a colorful exclusive to its SDCC lineup. The five-piece Disney Rainbow 3D Foam Bag Clips set comes with Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, and a Mickey Mouse head, all in rainbow colors. The set is limited to 500 pieces and will cost $45.
The next Monogram exclusive, revealed on July 6, is the first non-bag-clip item. The Hello Kitty & Friends Unicorn Party Deluxe Gift Set comes with a bag clip of Hello Kitty in Unicorn Pajamas, three enamel pins, and a matching lanyard with a unicorn ice cream dangle charm. The pins feature a variety of Sanrio characters, including My Melody, Kuromi, Pochacco, Pompompurin, and Cinamoroll. The set costs $40 and is limited to 500 pieces.
However, that isn’t the only SDCC-exclusive Monogram pin set! As revealed on July 8, the My Hero Academia X Hello Kitty Lanyard with Pins Set will come with three three enamel pins and a matching lanyard with a cardholder. The enamel pins — which come attached to the lanyard — feature Hello Kitty as All Might, Pochacco as Deku, and Badtz-Maru as Bakugo. The set is limited to 720 pieces and will cost $20.
Another lanyard and pin set (revealed on July 11) features the volleyball princes of the anime Haikyu!! Limited to 504 pieces, this $20 set includes pins of Hinata, Kageyama, and Tsukishima on a matching lanyard.
We wouldn’t normally describe Peacemaker as “cute,” but he certainly is in the next Monogram SDCC exclusive, which the company revealed on July 8. This bag clip set includes Eagly, Peacemaker, and Vigilante. It costs $25 and will be limited to 500 pieces.
Things get gross for the next bag clip set, which included three bag clips from Monogram’s first Garbage Pail Kids (GPK) blind-bag collection, but with a twist. The characters featured are Adam Bomb, Bony Tony, and an exclusive Dead Ted in glow-in-the-dark green. This set costs $25 and is limited to 500 pieces.
With just days to go until SDCC, Monogram is still revealing exclusives! The company’s 12th exclusive, revealed on July 15, is a magnet set. The magnets depict the iconic kaiju Godzilla as he appeared in Godzilla (1995), the never-before-seen Godzilla vs. Destroroyah poster, Mechagodzilla (1974), and the Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla poster. There will be 500 of these four-piece magnet sets, available for $20 each.
Fans can find all of these sets during SDCC, at booth No. 3645. Each will feature a sticker on the box indicating that it is a comic-con exclusive. Stay tuned for additional updates from Monogram!