Exclusives are the name of the game over at San Diego Comic-Con, and LEGO has a special one at their booth for this year’s show.
Duckpool, or Deadpool Duck, the combination of Deadpool and Howard the Duck from a recent miniseries, is a brand new exclusive minifig available at SDCC 2017.
Alonmgside a Brickheads two pack of Venom and Spider-Man, these three exclusives will be available on Thursday and Saturday at the show.
For the Friday and Sunday, the exclusives will switch over to DC characters, with a Vixen minifig, based on her appearance in Legends of Tomorrow, and a Brickheadz two-pack of Supergirl and Martian Manhunter.
The LEGO booth is guarded by three large LEGO statues: The Flash, Thor, and Luke Skywalker. Flash took 250 hours to build and over 20000 bricks; Thor took 290 hours to build and 39000 bricks; and finally, Skywalker took 277 hours to build and 36000 bricks.
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