Posted by D_Martin on July 24, 2014 at 12:08 PM CST
We focused on the Star Wars Pavilion, which for those who have never attended the San Diego Comic-Con may not know, is a huge piece of prime real-estate. Our first stop was to visit our friends at Comic Images. Click through to check out all the plush items they had on display including a new line of Rebels plush figures.
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