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Sundays at San Diego Comic-Con are known for family-friendly fare, but this year there's plenty to keep horror fans sticking around like "Supernatural," "The Strain," and "The Following" (all presenting their wares in the hallowed Hall H).
San Diego Comic-Con 2014: CineQuest & Benson Entertainment Releasing Exclusive BTVS 'Triangle Tara' Figure
Summer is upon us, which means San Diego Comic-Con is just around the corner. Here's another exclusive heading to the show: "Triangle Tara," a rare "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" collectible previously offered only in a signed edition at a rather steep price.
Early 2014 will bring a bunch of cool items from Diamond Select Toys, and on tap for horror fans they have two new Universal Monsters banks and the first-ever Tarot plush item. There's something for everybody!
Comic shops across the country are participating in Halloween ComicFest with special giveaways and limited edition comics as well as some cool Halloween-themed merchandise. Diamond Select Toys is contributing to the event with an exclusive two-pack of "The Walking Dead" Minimates.
And the toy company exclusives for this year's San Diego Comic-Con keep on coming! Today we have a look at what Diamond Select has in store for attendees, and while their list is a bit light on horror, we're including everything just so you'll be in the know and can plan accordingly.
There are a lot of traditions that happen every Halloween, but Diamond Select Toys has created a new one: 7-inch Universal Monsters action figures! DST has put out two series of Universal Monsters 7-inch figures in the past two years, and this year will see that tradition continue with five new figures due out this September!
Oh, Diamond Select Toys! How easy you make it to part with our hard earned cash. Fans of the Universal monsters be warned ... you're about to drool all over yourself ... AGAIN!
Diamond Select Toys has announced the latest property to join its horror line-up of fully poseable action figures: Mad Monster Party, the classic film by Rankin/Bass which brought all of pop culture's most famous monsters to the big screen in 1967.