Blizzard's Exclusive Comic-Con 2014 Collectibles Announced

San Diego convention attendees will be able to get World of Warcraft, StarCraft, and Hearthstone figurines, plushies, and more.

Blizzard may save their big gaming news for their own personal convention, Blizzcon, but like every year, San Diego Comic-Con is the place where the company reveals their new game-based toys and figurines.

Straight from Blizzard itself, here are the item descriptions. You can click on any image to see a larger version.

Funko Pop! Vinyl—Primal Kerrigan

StarCraft II

Back from her vacation on Zerus, Kerrigan has got her groove back and gone primal! Primal Kerrigan is an SDCC-exclusive variant of her Pop! Vinyl figure and is limited to 2,500.

Cute But Deadly Cloaking Zeratul

StarCraft II

He's cute. He's deadly. He's invisible-ish (and so is his box). Blizzard's Cute But Deadly figure line continues with this comical cloaked variant of the not-so-comical Dark Templar (limited to 2,500 pieces).

Whimsyshire Treasure Goblin Plush

Diablo III

Trapped among the rainbows and unicorn meadows of Whimsyshire, this Treasure Goblin's gone (adorably) native! Catch one for a lifetime of snuggles . . . or don't and regret it forever. This Whimsyshire variant is limited to 3,500 pieces.

Standard Treasure Goblin coloring coming to the Blizzard Gear Store

The following items will be available at the con, but you'll also be able to purchase them at the Blizzard online store

Cute But Deadly Shirt for Men and Women

StarCrafts Zergling Plush Keychain

Hearthstone Plush with Light and Sound Effects

Blizzard Heroes and Villains Lanyard

Anything you're looking forward to buying first-hand (or from second-hand sellers when they put it up on ebay)?

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10 comments
Hurvl
Hurvl

Plushies!!!!!!!!!!

Sevenizz
Sevenizz

Odd that WoW is ommitted - especially since a new expansion is upcoming and they've started paying sites like this to promote it.

lewser5
lewser5

i'm in for the Zergling lanyard, but can't make it to San diego. I guess i would have to wait until ebay gets it.

Jaxith
Jaxith

I approve of the adorable.

Ahiru-San
Ahiru-San

man… I'm never in San Diego when Comic-Con is around… 

gonna ask my sis to get me one of those treasure goblins...

justinhaywald
justinhaywald moderator staff

@Sevenizz A thought-out response to a comment that doesn't really deserve it: Blizzard doesn't pay big sites to promote their content (though I can't speak for blogs/YouTubers/etc.). Our goals are to bring people to this site (just like in magazines when the goal was to get as many subscribers and newsstand sales as possible). 


For a place GS (or IGN or Kotaku -- or the places where I used to work: 1UP.com and GamePro) there's no conspiracy in deciding what we cover. It's either 


A) The audience wants to read about it. Even if it's something that none of the editors are especialy enthused about. We'll continue covering games and stories as long as people read them -- that's why Goat Simulator and Flappy Bird got so much coverage for a while, because lots of people read every one of those stories).


B) The editors are excited about something and they want to share it with their readers. If something never really finds an audience, that content will be scaled back, but otherwise we try to make people aware of the things we're most interested in. When that doesn't find an audience, we scale it back (like with Spelunky--we were doing a weekly livestream for a bit, but no one was watching it, so we stopped, but people in our office are still huge Spelunky fans). 


Going back specifically to WoW, even without a major update for a while, it's still got over 7 million subs, and even more people who used to play hardcore. Those are the people who want to read about Draenor, but if they stop reading/watching that content, we'll stop covering it.


nmn143
nmn143

@lewser5 Taken from the actual Game Spot post (which is then followed by the Lanyard)... "The following items will be available at the con, but you'll also be able to purchase them at the Blizzard online store"


So it looks like you wont actually have to go on ebay for this, they'll be selling it at the Blizzard Gear store (gear.blizzard.com)

chippiez
chippiez

@justinhaywald @Sevenizz Um, no.  Not true.  I've worked in the industry a long time.  Publishers do pay gaming sites for coverage.  Some even pay premiums for higher scores (though not all).  You will notice that a game that does full page advertising blitzes also usually receives a ton more coverage, both content and editorial.  Additionally, the review will be quite featured.