Part of the magic of Comic-Con is how you arrive with hundreds of dollars in your pocket and after walking around the floor, that pile of money has disappeared but you’ve collected several over-sized bags full of stuff you never even knew you wanted.

I managed to exchange quite a bit of leafy green stuff into more tangible objects, obtaining a wide variety of cool stuff from tiny little Thors to to tiny little Batmen to the giant, potentially coolest thing at Comic-Con this year.

Mini-Mates Series 42: THE THUNDER GOD!

While these aren’t really exclusives, I was able to snag the entire set of Thor related Mini-Mates from Series 42. Included are Thor, Kronan Stone Man, Thunderstrike, Armored Thor, Betay Ray Bill, Captain America, and Arnim Zola. If you’re at Con, these are available at Action Figures Express.

The Dead Dark Knight! aka The Dark Knight Skelanimal

From Toynami, the Skelanimal lines are cute stuffed toys of, basically, dead stuffed animals. For Comic-Con they’ve got a ton of different heroes, from Wonder Woman to Green Lantern, but this Limited Edition Dark Knight version is available for $30.

Free Mezco Keychains With Purchase!

If you throw down some bucks at Mezco toys, they’ll toss these cool keychains into your bag. I got Frankenstein, Domo, and Batman! Nice!

The Coolest Toy at Comic Con! Double Mumm-Ra Action!

While it’s debatable and arguable that this is actually the coolest toy, since Hasbro is selling a four-foot long Helicarrier and a couple awesome Transformers things (that are all a little too expensive for my tastes), but I think this is definitely the best bang for your buck. For $50 at the Mezco booth you can grab this Mumm-Ra two figure set! We’ve got the decayed form of Mumm-Ra and the some assembly required Glow-in-the-Dark Ever-Living form! That’s a lot of awesome for your investment, and I just had to have it.

As always, be sure to bookmark all of our Comic-Con coverage HERE, and be sure to keep checking back to this post, as we’ll be updating it with new posters and banners throughout Comic-Con!

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