Dramatically expanding its footprint at Comic- Con International: San Diego, Eaglemoss Hero Collector, designers, manufacturers and publishers of high-quality collectibles from across the world of pop culture, will unveil both its largest booth and broadest selection of fan- favorites ever assembled in one place – with special prices throughout the convention at Booth #4337, beginning Wednesday, July 17 through Sunday, July 21 at the San Diego Convention Center.
And since not everyone can be in San Diego (though it can sometimes feel that way), Eaglemoss Hero Collector has also created an online “virtual booth” that lets anyone purchase any or all of the products offered for sale on the exhibit floor, while supplies last.
Making its debut on that exhibit floor will be the recently introduced WWE
Championship Collection, developed in partnership with WWE and celebrating past Legends and current Superstars with comprehensive magazines and expertly sculpted polyresin statues at 1:16 scale.
The first eight figurines in the line, including John Cena and The Rock, will be on sale at the booth and fans in attendance will also be treated to a first look at the next 16 figurines that will feature WWE Superstars Roman Reigns, Triple H, Kofi Kingston, Bayley, Daniel Bryan, Kevin Owens, Samoa Joe, Xavier Woods, Big E and Sasha Banks along with WWE Hall of Famers Kurt Angle, Ultimate Warrior, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and “Macho Man” Randy Savage. What’s more, WWE Superstar and member of The New Day Xavier Woods himself will on hand and signing at booth #4337 on
Turning from the ring to the final frontier, Eaglemoss Hero Collector will pull into port with a wide range of starships and other vessels from among its officially authorized Star Trek collections – all of the most popular of which will be on sale while supplies last.
From Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection, this will include the Planet Killer Special Edition and, exclusive to the Eaglemoss Shop, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-F and its Online Variant. There will also be the oversized XL Edition of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 as depicted on Star Trek: Discovery and, from the Star Trek: Discovery Official Starships Collection itself, the U.S.S. Edison NCC-1683.
First looks in San Diego will include the Klingon Raider from Star Trek:
Discovery: The Official Starships Collection, the U.S.S. Altair “Doug Drexler
Voyager Concept Ship” from Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection, and two XL Editions: the Runabout and the U.S.S. Excelsior NCC-2000.
In addition, two new ships from the Star Trek: The Official Starship Collection will make their world debut at SDCC – the Matt Jefferies Shuttle Concept Bonus Issue and the Star Trek Phase II Shuttle Concept Bonus Issue.
All of Eaglemoss Hero Collector’s Star Trek programming at SDCC is part of the third annual “Summer of Trek” initiative, including a sweepstakes in which the Grand Prize is an Ocean View Voyage for 2 aboard the SOLD OUT Star Trek: The Cruise IV. Full details may be found at GetYourTrekOn.com.
Staying in space, ships from Battlestar Galactica: The Official Ships Collection will also be on sale and will include the massive Battlestar Pegasus and the Battlestar Galactica herself, both from the reimagined 2004 series.
Shifting focus to superheroes, XL editions of both Batman and Superman will be among the DC Comics collectibles on sale – and fans will also get a preview of a new collection coming later this summer based on character depictions from Batman Arkham Asylum.
Additional items to be shown and sold at SDCC include selections from the
Wizarding World Figurine Collection and the Alien and Predator Official Figurine Collection.
Fans looking to enjoy substantial savings on Eaglemoss Hero Collector products, as well as access to exclusive offers, and encouraged to subscribe to their favorite series. Fans can also go online to the Eaglemoss Shop to purchase collectibles individually at standard prices. Eaglemoss will be at Booth #4337 in the San Diego Convention Center July 17- 21, 2019.