After releasing an initial round of exclusives for Comic-Con International: San Diego earlier this month, Factory Entertainment is back with plush, props, figures, and more, all available for preorder at SDCC.
Check out the exclusive, must-have merch below.
Monty Python fans can preorder the soft but deadly Killer Rabbit Plush for $12. The 7-inch animal is based on the Rabbit of Caerbannog from Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) and is quite the fearsome lil’ beast! The first 1,000 purchasers of the Killer Rabbit exclusive will also receive a free button.
Gotham fans can bring the cult-favorite series to life with the GCPD Police Credentials Set, available for preorder for $15. Every set includes four ID-style Gotham City Police Department credential badges and a clear vinyl badge holder with clip:
- James Gordon – Homicide Detective;
- Harvey Bullock – Homicide Detective;
- Edward Nygma- Forensics Lab Tech; and
- Dr. Leslie Thompkins – Chief Coroner.
Each badge features screen-accurate artwork on both sides, duplicated from the original props, and is printed on thick, durable PVC.
There are two new exclusive REVO figures for $15 each: the Aquaman – Translucent Ocean Blue figure and the Child’s Play – Knife Wielding Chucky figure. The Aquaman figure features Arthur Curry ready to defend the seven seas in a translucent “ocean blue” finish, while the Child’s Play figure features the trash-talking, murdering doll in a knife-wielding variant.
Additional merch pictured above includes a Universal Monsters – Creature From The Black Lagoon Bottle Opener for $20, a Universal Monsters – The Creature & Frankenstein Bottle Stopper Box Set for $25, and a Wonder Woman – Heavy Metals Miniature for $40.wo
Nerds who are a bit more flush and want to live on the edge are in for a surprise — literally. A $60 Mystery Box (limited 300-box run) includes eight collectibles worth roughly $175. The box is available for preorder online and in Factory Entertainment’s booth. A $125 Premium Mystery Box (limited 100-box run) includes five premium collectibles worth roughly $300, and is available online only.
Keep an eye on Factory Entertainment’s website for more SDCC exclusives.
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