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SDCC 2013: Sideshow Collectibles

7:00 AM on 07.20.2013 // Vanessa Cubillo

DC, Marvel, Star Wars, and more

Sideshow Collectibles' display of high detailed statues and figures at SDCC came from comics, movies and some original work. There were many Star Wars figures and statues like Darth Malgus, Snowtrooper, Chewbacca, Darth Maul and Obi Wan Kenobi. There were also many other Star Wars figures set up in action scenes, like one display showing Han Solo and Darth Vader on the planet, Hoth.

For DC, there were some fine statues and figures of Catwoman, classic Superman, Man of Steel Superman, Sinestro, Green Lantern, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn and Batman. There was also a very freaky Joker bust, and the 1/6th scale Harley Quinn and Joker. There was a nice variety with the Marvel figures out on display.

They had figures of Captain America, Red Skull, Black Widow, Wolverine, Apocalypse, Galactus and Dr. Doom. There were also life-sized statues of War Machine and Iron Patriot. For something more cartoonish, there were comiquette statues of Spiderman, Mary Jane and Gwen Stacy by J. Scott Campbell.

Some others out were figures of Conan the Barbarian: Rage of the Undying, Red Sonja, Lord of the Ring's Sauron, Hellboy, and figures from Monster University. Also out were figures from Pacific Rim. They had Gipsy Danger, Knifehead, Striker Eureka and Slattern. There was also  a figure of Johnny Depp's Tonto from Lone Ranger, T-800 from the Terminator series, Transformers' Megatron and a whole display of GI Joe figures.

My favorite figures from Sideshow's booth comes from a new line called Court of the Dead. These figures are not for the faint of heart, but I find them absolutely beautiful. There's Queen of the Dead, The Red Death and Jack the Ripper. 

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