Diamond Select announce SDCC 2012 exclusives

Jun 04 // Kristina Pino    @kriskitten

The latest in news of Comic Con previews is Diamond Select's offerings, which include mostly Minimates along with a bust, statue and a droid.

Minimates you'll see in the gallery:

Avengers versus X-Men (Summers, Cyclops, Emma Frost and Colossus 4-pack)
The Amazing Spider-Man Sewer Battle (Spidey and Lizard 2-pack)
The Walking Dead (Rick and Zombie 2-pack)
Battle Beasts (Vorin and Zik 2-pack)

The other stuff:

A Spider-Man metallic bust will be available at the con, limited to 600 pieces, about 10" tall and ready to kick some butt. Also available are a R2-R9 (Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace) vinyl coin bank, the first issue of Battle Beasts with an SDCC-exclusive cover and Femme Fatales Apparition Darkchylde Variant PVC Statue. The statue is about 11" tall, based on artwork by Randy Queen and limited to only 100 pieces.

Everything looks pretty sweet and will be available via Diamond Comic Distributors (Booth #2401) and Diamond Select Toys (Booth #2607) for those of you attending the convention.

[via Art Asylum]

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