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SDCC 2014: Blizzard panel photo
Even more Blizzard news from San Diego Comic-Con
Along with having a very awesome booth, Blizzard's San Diego Comic-Con presence also included a panel, the Blizzard Entertainment 2014 Showcase. Jason Bischoff, the company's Senior Toys and Collectibles Manager, was in atten...

SDCC 2014: Blizzard

Jul 29 // Natalie Kipper
We discussed the show-exclusives prior to SDCC but for those just joining us, they were the Nether Faerie Dragon plush, the Whimsyshire Treasure Goblin plush, Funko Pop! Primal Kerrigan figure, and Cute But Deadly Zeratul figure. Sadly, all four of these special toys have now gone the way of the dodo. But now onto happier things! Blizzard's future looks bright and filled with toys of all varieties. On display at the booth were several new plushes including the StarCrafts Zergling (now available online for US$19.99), the Treasure Goblin (not to be confused with its SDCC variant), the Faerie Dragon (ditto), and the Hearthstone equipped with light and sound effects. Blizzard is also getting into pin trading with a new line of blind boxed cloisonné pins featuring characters from their games. Attendees were able to trade pins with Blizzard staff at the con. It created quite a buzz! I imagine this will carry over to other events where the company is present. Toys from other companies were also showing some Blizzard love. From NECA comes the Diablo III: Shadow of Diablo action figures (price TBD) as well as a life-size El'Druin, the Sword of Justice (US$59.99) from the same game. Funko, of course, supplied their lovable POP! vinyl figures. Their upcoming Deathwing and Murloc Pop!'s are particularly interesting as they are to scale with the rest of the line's characters (Deathwing is larger; Murloc is shorter). Sideshow Collectibles brought what some may have considered the centerpiece of the booth, a Kerrigan 1:6 scale statue (price TBD). Take a gander at her, along with the rest of the offerings, in the gallery!
SDCC 2014: Blizzard photo
For the Horde!
San Diego Comic-Con attendees swarmed Blizzard's booth at the event and with so much new and exclusive merchandise, it was easy to see why. The company certainly blew me away with the sheer scope and quality of not only its purchasable items but also its future releases. Read on to see all that Blizzard brought to the table.

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Funko's Pop! Diablo, Illidan, others, coming out soon


Evil is rarely so adorable
Oct 23
// Scarecroodle
Quick reminder: Funko's latest batch of video game-themed POP! figures (Diablo, Illidan, Arthas, and Tyrael) are slated to release October 24th and, as such, should be hitting your local retailers' shelves in coming weeks. St...
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Call down the thunder with this Doomhammer replica


Dec 01
// Chang Su
Ever wanted to channel the elements and rally the might of the Horde? Well, now you (sort of) can with this LARP replica of Doomhammer, the iconic weapon of former warchief Thrall from the Warcraft franchise, and we...

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