While the Joker(s) gandered at Tiberius Stark Trek cologne (previous pic), I considered dousing myself in "Khaaann!", the Genki Wear scent being modeled here by Enterprise "booth babe" Chantel Gonzales. A limited run of only 500 bottles debuted at Comic-Con this year.
Ken Sadlock from Comic Images models a R2-D2 Backpack Buddy: "When Artoo sits on the back of Luke's X-Wing, he helps make sure all systems are go. When Artoo sits on your back, he makes sure all your junk is in order." Obviously.
Two limited edition vinyl Voltron figurines from Toynami. 300 of the $40 black bot (right) and 1,000 of the $30 full-color bot (left) sold out by day 2. The mold tech and paint design for both figurines were created by Daisuke Fukuda, pictured below.
Carl Brutananadilewski ATHF nesting dolls; $20 from Adult Swim.
A steampunk fawn and crocodile by Lisa Black, a New Zealand-based artist who embellishes old taxidermy with mechanical, robotic parts. The pieces both sold for $3000 and $2000, respectively, at the Century Guild Decorative Arts booth. The devil is in the details...
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