Day one of Wondercon is over, and it was good day that was capped with an awesome night as I watched amazing pilot episode of Preacher. As the day is done that means Bleeding Cool convention tradition requires the posting of swag. It also requires that swag is on the hotel bed when the picture is taken, but since Wondercon is in Los Angeles this year that means I get to sleep in my own bed. However since my wife is already asleep that means the swag pictures come to you from my dining room table.
So I took two pictures, the first one includes items from Disney Music Emporium. Two prints that came with purchase, one from Tron Legacy and a Wondercon exclusive print, limited to 1500. Also there are four vinyl records – a BB-8 exclusive single, Tron Legacy Daft Punk translucent single, Star Wars Rebels single, and Star Wars The Force Awakens 2LP picture disc. Also pictures are some items from the Con Man booth – one Spectrum and one Con Man pin, one signed Alan Tudyk Spectrum card, one signed Nathan Fillion Spectrum card, and PJ Haarsma signed book The Software which was the Spectrum series in Con Man is based upon.
The second picture is all about Funko. Pictured is the Dorbz Ridez Toy Tokyo Limited Edition blue Batmobile with 1966 Batman, the two Bait exclusive Funko Pop Bruce Lee figures customized with blood splatter by Rudy Ramirez, and two Captain America Civil War Funko figures of Giant-Man, one Pop and one Dorbz.
I don’t expect to get much more over the next two days as I mostly got what I was going for today, so this may be my last swag posting from Wondercon, but don’t worry if that is true, San Diego Comic-Con is coming soon.
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