While the days of comic conventions being an in-person thing again are slowly coming back, there’s still plenty of online action. Comic-Con@Home is kicking off this week, and with it comes merch that you don’t need to stand in line for.
Toynk unveiled the 12 exclusive items it will showcase for Comic-Con@Home, and all of them are available now. Fans can find these curated home goods, puzzles, pins, and more from the comfort of their computer screen.
The lineup includes a Godzilla oversized movie poster blanket, which features 30 different Japanese Godzilla movie posters from a variety of decades. For more heroic snuggle parties, there’s also a Marvel blanket that features a collage of 72 Marvel comic book covers, including “Amazing Fantasy No. 15,” “Tales of Suspense No. 39,” and “The Incredible Hulk No. 1.” Sticking with the blanket theme, Karate Kid fans can karate chop away their sleepiness with a throw blanket featuring the Cobra Kai dojo logo.
There are also options for fans who prefer their merch less snooze-worthy. The 5-inch Minecraft Yellow Bee Figural Mood Light will brighten up any room, while the Naruto “Eating Noodles” Japanese Dinner Set is based on traditional Japanese dining, complete with an image of Naruto Uzumaki slurping down his own ramen noodles.
For a more puzzling time, the Horror Room 1000-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle has aaalll the slashers under one creepy roof. Once assembled, its image features nightmares from Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Ring, and more. For those who want more nostalgia and less spook, Toynk’s Game Night puzzle features an image of a bedroom packed with hidden details, including a Zelda game cartridge and Super Mario on screen.
Finally, there is a selection of five exclusive Star Wars enamel pins to round out the collection. The designs include the Millenium Falcon, Mandalorian and Grogu, a New Republic Pin Badge, Boba Fett, and Grogu with a cookie.
Find the entire collection at the link below and prepare yourself for next year when we’re (hopefully) doing this all in person again.