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(1) hand out wristbands
(2) hand out tickets
(3) pre convention online drawing
(4) first come, first serve
(5) badge scanning in line
(6) badge stamping in line
(7) pre convention online credits
(8) raffle drawing
(9) iPad drawing
(10) standby line
there are rules
(1) line capping because of fire marshall
(2) line holding for up to 5 people
(3) line holder for ADA
(4) everything else line vs hall h line
(5) no lining up behind convention center before official line starts (where line ultimately ends up)
(1) child badges do not have RFID
(2) child badges cannot access online lottery
(3) bathroom breaks
(4) physical constraints
(5) limited quantity
(1) line jumpers
(2) line holding for friend’s friend’s friend’s friends...
And we all know @Pitfall69 is the funniest person on the Forum. (Funniest looking person. Ha ha ha...)
Whats the best way to go about sharing? Put the instruction images on BrickLink?
Very pleased to have gotten all of the exclusives this year: 3 for 3 in the minifigure line drawings, and some great folks that were able to help with trades and sales of the exclusive sets.
Note the description for the changes I had to do, regarding the exclusive printed tile, and the for now exclusive color for the 1x1 pyramid slope.
Yes, I'm funny looking, but I wear it well ;)
Had to include a funko in there, I think it will be allowed on this thread considering it’s the official SDCC sticker Toucan!
If you read back much earlier in this thread, you will see I was a huge vocal proponent of LEGO offering an SDCC exclusive Toucan minifigure giveaway, to mark the 50th anniversary of Comic-Con in a similar way that Funko did.
That would have been a lifetime grail item for me. Needless to say, I was disappointed that figure did not see the light of day in 2019, but am hopeful it will one of these years.
It was shipped through eBay's Global Shipping Programme, so they were responsible for the damage, and they did right by me, by refunding all costs including the shipping. So... Free Barb! But if anyone has a spare plastic container, I'd be happy to pay for it, to be able to give Barb a proper little house again!
Those plastic containers are so sketchy. And Lego really doesn't like to swap them out when you're at the con. :/ It's a crap shoot on if you get a good one or not even at the show!
It's weird that after all this time Bricklink still doesn't have a parts list for it.
I've built it on Studio, so you can get the parts list from there:
Note the couple of changes I had to do, highlighted in the description.
I don't even know how I got to #79003...
Now it sort of looks like the Bat Signal has a cape of its own, haha.
For the most part I am happy. I got the last piece if dark bluish gray ordered on bricks and pieces this week so the shop will be the same color
I’m very happy to say these amazing items have been set free from the shadows, and are now proudly displayed in my house, after spending a few weeks getting everything positioned right – with a slight touch of OCD, haha.
As you can see, there are countless SDCC exclusives in my collection (including every SDCC DC/Marvel minifigure since 2014 + 2013 Green Arrow and 2013 Spider-Man) , along with a core focus on Batman, Voltron, and Stranger Things...which is why I really hope they produce more ST sets. Also note the really fun commissioned artwork of LEGO Voltron and LEGO Zur-en-arrh Batman by the highly talented Dan Veesenmeyer.
What are your favorite items here? I hope you enjoy these pictures!
The case was purchased from Tecno Display, an American-based company where everything is constructed here in the states. While that results in very high quality, it also results in a high price :/
The rest of that setup is just a 4x12 Plate, the three SDCC 2019 exclusive torso’s that I believe @vwong19 may have first reported, along with my own VIP card. Darn shame they no longer give physical cards out...because it’s so neat.
Where'd you get the display cases for the exclusive minifigs? I've been trying to find those! And where are the other exclusives like the Batman/Green Lantern from 2011 and the four from 2012? Are they hiding? Or the aesthetic would look weird b/c they weren't in plastic cases.
Those cases can be purchased here:
As for the older exclusive minifigs, I said I had two of the four 2013’s, so I’ll probably try and chase down the 2013 Spider-Woman and Super-Man next year, and then yes, at some point I can see myself coveting the 2012’s. Though that’s as far back as I’ll likely go because God knows how much longer LEGO plans on continuing to keep cranking out SDCC minifigures. And as you can see space is getting a tad tight on that shelf...though I can compress quite a bit.
Just make it an all Lego case and you'll be golden on space. The only Lego exclusives I'm missing are those SDCC Star Wars minifigure packs from 2009. Damn work lay off really threw me for a loop on purchasing stuff back then.
The good news about Dan is that he also attends smaller cons. If you follow him on Twitter or Instagram, he's announced earlier this year plans to attend conventions in Minneapolis, Detroit, or Orlando, in addition to the biggies like SDCC and NYCC.