Photos: Comic-Con Toys, Art & Tchotchkes

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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.

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A sculptor at the Hasbro booth uses a KerrLab Ultra-Waxer to bring highly-detailed characters to life (below).

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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.

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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.

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Carl Brutananadilewski ATHF nesting dolls; $20 from Adult Swim.

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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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