Marvel has revealed their slate of exclusive merchandise that will be available at next week’s San Diego Comic-Con. Included in the over three-dozen Marvel SDCC exclusives are an array of variant covers, enamel pin sets, and t-shirts, all available only at the con.

On the variant cover front, Marvel will have five different comics available for purchase. A Black Cat #1 Blank Variant will be available for $10 for all your sketch desires at the con, while the other variants and their prices are shown below:

AVENGERS #21 MONDO VARIANT ($15)

UNCANNY X-MEN #21 JTC FLUORESCENT VARIANT ($25)

CAPTAIN MARVEL #7 J.S. CAMPBELL GLOW IN THE DARK VARIANT ($25)

MILES MORALES: SPIDER-MAN #8 YOUNG VARIANT (including a Spider-Man Noir pin!) ($25)

Additionally, Marvel Unlimited subscribers and Marvel Mastercard holders will be able to pick up an exclusive variant for Immortal Hulk #21, featuring art by Todd Nauck. This book will be FREE with proof of subscription or presentation of the Mastercard.

In addition to comics, Marvel will also have dozens of exclusive enamel pins styled after the art of Skottie Young available for purchase, either in sets or in blind box two-packs. The assorted blind box pins are shown above. The blind boxes will sell for $15, while X-Men, Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Spider-Man sets will all be $30 each.

There will also be three incentive pins, pictured above, that will only be available to buy with a minimum qualifying purchase amount. A $60 purchase will qualify customers to buy one of the pins; an $80 purchase qualifies for two pins; and a $110 purchase qualifies for all three. These incentive pins will run for $10-15 each, on top of the qualified purchase amount.

And if that’s not enough, Marvel will also have twenty-two different exclusive t-shirts for sale at the show. The shirts sport phrases and images that commemorate the convention, Marvel’s 80th anniversary, and iconic moments from Avengers: Endgame. All shirts will run for $28 each, or $30 for 2XL and 3XL sizes.

Obviously we didn’t show every exclusive item here – there’s honestly so many that it’s kind of overwhelming – but you can see all of them on Marvel’s website. All of these items will be available in limited quantities at San Diego Comic-Con.

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