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Celebration Europe in London was just a couple of days in the rear-view mirror, but that doesn't mean there wasn't plenty to see at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con. Even though Lucasfilm had given up their annual Hall H Friday extravaganza, the Star Wars pavilion was in full-effect, with a new Rogue One-themed Yavin backdrop.

COLLECTING PANELS
The Hasbro panel


The annual Hasbro Star Wars panel always has something interesting for collectors, and 2016 was no different! Click through for the complete run down!

The Star Wars collectors panel



EFX Collectibles, Kotobukiya, Gentle Giant Ltd, Tamashii Nations, new-comer Propshop, and Sideshow Collectibles all gave updates on what we can expect to see this year and next. Get the full report here.

ANOVOS
More new Star Wars wearable goodness revealed!


Take a look at everything from A Galaxy Far, Far Away on display in the ANOVOS Booth! Click the thumbnails above to check out The Captain Phasma, Rey, Kylo Ren, and First Order TIE Fighter Pilot costume ensembles, as well as the Rey's Helmet and much more!

ANOVOS reveals First Order Stormtrooper accessories


There was a guy dressed up as a First Order Stormtrooper circling the ANOVOS booth at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con. While seeing their costumes is always head turning, this one was a bit more interesting than all we've seen before it because it revealed their upcoming Pauldron and Artillery Vest accessories. They haven't officially announced these add ons, so there is nothing else we can tell you at this time. Click the thumbnails above to have a closer look and stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.

BEAST KINGDOM
The Egg Attack figure line continues to expand


The Beast Kingdom "Egg Attack" series marches on! Check out the thumbnails above to see what they had on display in their 2016 San Diego Comic-Con booth!

EFX COLLECTIBLES
Something big and totally incredible was revealed...


EFX Collectibles revealed their huge Star Destroyer studio replica in their 2016 San Diego Comic-Con booth. Click the thumbnails above to check it out and see what else they had on display!

GENTLE GIANT LTD
The first gallery in our 2016 San Diego Comic-Con coverage!



One day before the event opened to the public we were given a special sneak peek at Gentle Giant's 2016 San Diego-Comic-Con booth. Click the thumbnails above to see most of the Star Wars items they displayed throughout the show.

A closer look at the Gentle Giant Ltd. booth


We headed back to Gentle Giant's 2016 San Diego Comic-Con booth to take some shots of the Rey and Maz Kanata Mini Busts (as well as a few more detail shots of the other stuff in our first look gallery). Click the thumbnails above to have a look.

Gentle Giant's 2016 Holiday Gift BB-8 Mini Bust!


Gentle Giant just revealed their 2016 Holiday Gift live on the floor at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con floor! Click the thumbnails above to have a closer look at the Holiday Edition BB-8 Mini Bust!

HALLMARK
It's more ornament now than tree, twisted and awesome...


Hallmark always manages to draw a big crowd each year with their show exclusives, though the booth was packed with far more than just Star Wars ornaments - check it out!

HASBRO
First look at the Hasbro booth!


While we may have to wait until Friday to see all they are planning on displaying at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, those attending Preview Night will still have a few cool things to look at including the new Rey and Poe Dameron 3 3/4-inch figures, the Entertainment Earth Astromech six pack, the 6-inch Jyn Erso (which you now know is available for purchase), and the repaint of The Force Awakens 6-inch Han Solo. While we were talking to Hasbro, we were assured that there will be a new version of Princess Leia on display this weekend and that was on display was not meant to be seen. Stay tuned for more. Click the thumbnails above to see all that is new!

New toys displayed at the Hasbro booth


Keeping with tradition, Hasbro added a small pile of new stuff to the Star Wars displays in their 2016 San Diego Comic-Con booth after their panel ended. Click the thumbnails above to have a closer look at all the items added!

HER UNIVERSE


Ladies looking for stylish Star Wars fashion need go no further than the Her Universe booth. Hit the thumbnails for a complete look at what they had to offer.

HOT TOYS
Whole lot of awesome at the Hot Toys booth


Hot Toys' 2016 San Diego Comic-Con display is not to be missed! Click the link above to check out the new Luke Skywalker 1/6 scale figure (!), The Force Awaken C-3P0 and R2-D2, Rey's Speeder, the Power Droid(!!), the 1/6 Scale TIE Interceptor, and s o much more!

A closer look at Hot Toys


After we finished up at Sideshow Collectibles' 2016 San Diego Comic-Con booth, armed with more time than we thought we'd have, we decided to take a closer look the Star Wars collectibles Hot Toys had on display. Click the thumbnails above to check out this new gallery.

KOTOBUKIYA
First look at the Kotobukiya booth!


Star Wars day is sure to mean more surprises, but that didn't stop Kotobukiya from revealing something cool in their booth at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con. Click the thumbnails above to check out the upcoming Yoda & R2-D2 ARTFX+ three pack (yes... three pack since it comes with both Yodas pictured) and a bunch of other cool collectibles!

Kotobukiya reveals their Kylo Ren ARTFX statue!


After the Star Wars Collectors Panel, Kotobukiya added the Kylo Ren ARTFX statue to their Star Wars display at their 2016 San Diego Comic-Con booth. Click the thumbnails above to have a closer look at this cool new statue!

LEGO
Attendees to keep one eye on the 1:1 scale Death Trooper...


While there were no new Star Wars product reveals in their 2016 San Diego Comic-Con booth, LEGO did impress us with their 1:1 scale Rogue One Death Trooper statue and The Force Awakens First Order Star Destroyer hanger diorama. Click the thumbnails above to check out all they had on display from A Galaxy Far, Far Away...

LOUNGEFLY


Loungefly launched a new Star Wars line just months earlier, much of which was on display in the Star Wars pavilion. Scope out their backpacks, handbags, and purses.

THE LUCASFILM PAVILION
The Rogue One costumes


Lucasfilm treated attendees at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con with two displays of costumes from the upcoming Rogue One feature film. Jyn Erso, Captain Casein Andor, Chirrut Imwe, Baze Malbus, Bodhi Rook, Director Orson Krennic, and two Death Troopers were displayed in the Star Wars Pavilion and another Stormtrooper that may have some greater significance was shown at the Hasbro booth. Click the thumbnails above to a gallery, shot with cosplayers in mind, that shows off many of the finer details of these cool costumes!

MATTEL
Hot Wheels reveals more character cars, collector cars, and even more cars!


Mattel's Star Wars Hot Wheels collection is gathering no moss, and the display in their 2016 San Diego Comic-Con booth drove it home (pun unintended) with daily character car reveals and a spectacular X-Wing Fighter Carship designed by Dmitriy Shakhmatov on display. Our gallery of all they had on display can be viewed by clicking the thumbnails above.

PROP STORE
Teasing attendees once again with the virtually unobtainable!


The Prop Store booth at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con did what it has done in years past by presenting screen used props, costumes, and feature film paraphernalia where event attendees can get up close. Click the thumbnails above to check out all the Star Wars stuff they had on display.

PROPSHOP
High end collectibles made in the same place the screen used props were made...


The Propshop had their first-ever San Diego Comic-Con booth this year in the Star Wars pavilion. Click the thumbnails above to have a closer look at the high end prop replicas created in the same workshops, purportedly by the same prop builders, used to create the screen used props in The Force Awakens!

Qmx


Along with their line of keychains, Qmx had a highly detailed Millennium Falcon cutaway replica that featured some pretty incredible details. Click the thumbnails above for a closer look!

SANTA CRUZ


We've always enjoyed visiting with Santa Cruz whenever they have a booth at an event we're covering, and the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con was no exclusion! Follow this link to check out all they had on display in their booth in the Star Wars pavilion.

SIDESHOW COLLECTIBLES
What was teased years ago has finally reached its logical end...


2016 San Diego Comic-Con booth, it should be hard to say one piece out shines all the others, but that Sixth Scale Dengar figure! Seriously, who thought a Dengar figure could be so amazing? Click the thumbnails above to see all they had on display and let us know what you think!

Sideshow Collectibles' R2-ME2 display


On the far end of their booth at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con, Sideshow Collectibles had a small section that featured a selection of one of a kind customs made using their Sixth Scale R2-D2 figures, including one made by our very own Philip Wise! Click the thumbnails above to have a closer look at all the works of art on display.

SPIN MASTER


The Spin Master booth in the Star Wars pavilion didn't have much going on, and sadly there wasn't anyone manning the booth when we came to visit. Regardless, we took pictures, so click the thumbnails above to see what we saw.

STANCE
Wrapping your feet in a variety of characters old and new!


Stance was found in the We Love Fine booth, specializing in wrapping your feet with nice variety of old and new characters. Check out the whole gallery!

TAMASHII NATIONS
Tamashii Nations Movie Realization Collection continues to impress!


One of our favorite collections grew a bit bigger with the San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Teppo Ashigaru Sandtrooper variant and the first North American appearance of the upcoming Ashigaru Stormtrooper Archer.

UNDERGROUND TOYS


The Underground Toys booth was stocked with an assortment of products no coffee or tea drinking Star Wars fan should be without. Hit the thumbnails above for details.

WE LOVE FINE


The We Love Fine booth was a surprisingly crowded area throughout the convention - check out the thumbnails above for a look at why it was so popular.

3D LIGHT FX


Beside the usual assortment of large licensees, the Star Wars pavilion also held some smaller booths, which included the wall light company 3D Light FX. Check out the full gallery here.

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