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IDW Publishing Announces San Diego Comic-Con 2018 Exclusives Including Star Wars

IDW SDCC Star Wars Exclusives

IDW SDCC Star Wars Exclusives Plus Dozens More to Purchase Only at Booth #2743!

San Diego Comic-Con International is fast approaching, and IDW is rolling out their hottest exclusives and debuts for the biggest convention of the year. See below for a full list of your convention must-haves, starting with a select few exclusives that can be pre-ordered from IDW’s web store. Subsequent items can only be purchased on-site, with no reservations available.

Please note that, by visiting IDW's page dedicated to these SDCC exclusives, you can peruse through the comprehensive list that includes cover graphics! Don't miss out on your chance to see just how awesome IDW's exclusives are!

Disney DuckTales Lithograph with FREE gift
Artwork by Jeff Smith
$50 each, limited to 50 copies
An Official Disney Archive print of the DuckTales #0 SDCC Variant cover by Bone creator Jeff Smith, measuring 11.7 by 16.5 inches. Hand-numbered and printed on 51 pound paper, each print is packaged in an envelope with an Official Disney Archive label. As a bonus, you will get a FREE copy of DuckTales #1 Incentive Variant! 

Star Wars Adventures #10
Cover by Derek Charm
$10, limited to 500 copies
Han and Chewie are on the run from bounty hunters and take refuge on a planet that mysteriously shuts down all electronics. Also featuring a Lando Calrissian story by Elsa Charretier and Pierrick Colinet! Get this spot color variant cover by artist Derek Charm and get it autographed at the con!

Star Wars Adventures #10

Star Wars Forces of Destiny Bundle
Set of 5 virgin variants
$25, limited to 150 sets
Get this bundle of 5 Star Wars Force of Destiny weekly books that show how choices big and small ultimately shape the destiny of beloved female characters like Princess Leia, Rey, Padme, Ahsoka, Hera, and Rose and Paige Tico from the Last Jedi! Get this bundle of 5 virgin cover comics SIGNED by artist Elsa Charretier at the convention!

Star Wars Forces of Destiny Bundle

Ghostbusters Trading Card Set
Artwork by Dan Schoening
$10 each, limited to 250 sets
IDW is proud to present this unique trading card set, in partnership with Ghost Corps, by writer Erik Burnham and artist Dan Schoening, of twenty five different Ghostbusters members across all known universes! This is the 1st half of a larger set of Ghostbusters members, who can be seen monthly in the HUGE Maxi-Series Ghostbusters: Crossing Over from IDW!

Ghostbusters Trading Card Set

Secret Project Lithograph
Artwork by TBA
$20 each, limited to 250 copies
IDW will be unveiling a new mini-series during one of their Thursday morning panels, and we will release this lithograph commemorating the new series on Thursday, July 19th, at 12pm, at the IDW booth. Be the FIRST to own artwork from this exciting new project, and you will be able to get it signed by the artist at the convention!

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