New York Comic Con 2019: The 10 best exclusives hitting the show floor
Aside from the guests and panels, New York Comic Con is a hotspot for some insane exclusives. From shirts to variants, you’ll always find something extra special to bring home. We look at 10 fantastic exclusives you'll only find at this year’s convention. New York Comic Con takes place from October 3 through October 6 inside the Javits Center. There are a limited amount of tickets for Thursday here. You can check out 10 panels you’ll need to see at New York Comic Con here.
A Tribe Called Quest/ J Dilla " The Ummah" Donut Earrings - Jusscope Press (Booth #1068)
Jusscope Press brings limited edition "The Ummah" donut earrings. The Ummah was a production group featuring J Dilla and A Tribe Called Quest members Q-Tip and Ali Shaheed Muhammad. From 1996 to 2000, the outfit helped produce material for Whitney Houston, Busta Rhymes, and Heavy D.
Alien: Prototype – The Official Novelization (signed edition) - Titan Entertainment (Booth #2142)
On October 29, the novel Alien: Prototype will be released by Titan Books. This will be the third novel based on the hit sci-fi franchise released this year. Alien: Prototype follows Colonial Marine Zula Hendricks' journey to stop an alien from destroying the planet. A limited amount of signed copies will be available for purchase at the convention.
Do You Pooh? Spawn #300 Homage - Legends Comics and Games (Booth #2708)
Created by Counterpoint Entertainment, the Do You Pooh? variants feature everyone's favorite Winnie The Pooh mashed up with comic book characters. Only 25 copies of Do You Pooh? Spawn #300 will be sold at New York Comic Con. These variants will come in chrome, metal and gold chrome.
Fallout 3: 10th Anniversary Ultimate Vinyl Edition 4LP Box Set - Spacelab9 (Booth #2264)
To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Fallout 3, Spacelab 9 will release the ultimate vinyl edition of the game's soundtrack. Aside from the remastered score, the release will include 10 jazz tracks taken from the game's Galaxy News Radio. There will only be 100 copies of the release on Pip Boy vinyl.
My Hero Academia Mini Pink Mystery Box - Toynk.com (Booth #2164)
If you're a fan of My Hero Academia, this mystery box from Toynk is perfect for you. The mystery boxes come in blue, orange, pink, and yellow. The anime series has seen a growing fanbase in North America. Rapper Megan Thee Stallion took their love for the series one step further by rocking Todoroki for a Paper Magazine photoshoot.
NYCC Debut: The Halycon Garden - Fierce Literature (Booth #1239)
Writer Joshua D. Howell returns with their new fantasy novel The Halycon Garden, which will debut at the convention. Howell is best known for their Fierce Saga (The Fierce Are Fading, The Fierce Will Fall, and Fury of the Fierce).
Pennywise FiGPiN XL - FiGPiN (Booth #114)
With the recent release of It: Chapter Two, fans will probably want to get their hands on anything related to the flick. FiGPiN XL will bring Pennywise and their balloon in a special collectible. There will only be 750 pieces sold during New York Comic Con.
The Flash Ring - Heroes In Action (Booth #2938)
Heroes In Action will bring a limited edition Flash Ring to their booth. These rings are made of 100% stainless steel with metallic gold plating. The ring also opens up to show a smaller version of The Flash's costume. Sizes 7 through 14 will be available, but there will only be 50 pieces for each size.
Vaulted Vinyl® Official New York Comic Con™ Limited Edition Exclusive Display Pop Vault - Vaulted Vinyl (Booth #840)
If you're planning on buying a ton of Funko Pops, you're going to need a special display for them. Vaulted Vinyl has you covered with their limited edition display pop vault, which includes engraved New York Comic Con logos. You can also use these vaults to safely transport your Funko Pops around. Only 20 of these will be sold at the convention.
Will Eisner Original Art - Denis Kitchen (Table #G-1 & G-2)
The Will Eisner Estate will sell some rare original art from the beloved artist at New York Comic Con. The late artist is best known for The Spirit, Comics and Sequential Art, and A Contract with God, which popularized the term "graphic novel."