It’s that time of year! Hot dogs are grilling. Pools are opening. Ice cream trucks are hitting the road. All of that can only mean one thing: San Diego Comic-Con is just around the corner. The biggest bash in pop culture returns for its yearly summer party on Thursday, July 18 through July 21 at the San Diego Convention Center. That means we get to bask in the sun of all of the exclusive merch attendees will get to buy this year. Now, Titan is getting in on the fun, with seven figures you can only get at SDCC 2019. From Game of Thrones to Predator and Alien to Doctor Who to The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, you’ll have plenty of popular properties to choose from to remember your summer nerd vacation.
Game of Thrones Glow-in-the-Dark Young Dragons Titan 3-Pack
This limited edition glow-in-the-dark Game of Thrones 3-pack features Daenerys’ dragons in their cuter, younger days, before they were capable of destroying entire cities. ($30)
Predator Glow-in-the-Dark Titan
This limited collector’s edition glow-in-the-dark figure features the original Predator, who looks a little worse for the wear. The jungle will do that to you. ($10)
Aliens Glow-in-the-Dark Alien Warrior
This rare, limited collector’s edition bullet-damaged Alien Warrior xenomorph from James Cameron’s Aliens almost looks cute enough to hug. Almost. ($10)
The Beatles Glow-in-the-Dark Blue Meanie
The Beatles’ arch-nemesis, the Blue Meanie, is setting sail to SDCC with his very own glow-in-the-dark figure. ($10)
The Beatles Glow-in-the-Dark Yellow Submarine
Fortunately, The Beatles will also have their very own limited edition glow-in-the-dark Yellow Submarine to help get away from the Blue Meanie. ($10)
Doctor Who Thirteenth Doctor & Materializing TARDIS Kawaii Twin-Pack
Comic-Con will also see the debut of Titan’s new Thirteenth Doctor figures. The first of the two limited editions features a version of the Kawaii Doctor wearing her purple t-shirt, as seen in the episode “Rosa,” along with her very own Materializing TARDIS. ($20)
Doctor Who Thirteenth Doctor Classic
The second exclusive Thirteenth Doctor appears in the classic Titan form. ($10)
Are any of these Comic-Con figures dressed for the beach? No (well, maybe the dragons), but they still scream summer.