Factory Entertainment Reveals Wonder Woman, Star Trek and More SDCC Exclusives! (Updated)

Factory Entertainment Wonder Woman Shield 2020
Factory Entertainment – Wonder Woman Shield Flying Disc (Image: PR)

Factory Entertainment, Inc has revealed 3 more of its 2020 Convention Exclusives during the second episode of, “Consolation-Con: A San Diego Comic-Con Virtual Booth Experience” which is available to watch online.

(Update – July 21, 2020 – A total of 15 SDCC Exclusives have been revealed.)

You can order the Convention Exclusives from Factory Entertainment right now from the official website. Of course, these exclusives are limited. So, act fast!

The first of the three newly revealed exclusives is the Wonder Woman Shield Flying Disc. According to the press release, this “10-inch collectible flying disc represents Wonder Woman’s shield as seen in the 2017 motion picture.” It’s only limited to 1,000 pieces and will cost $12.00. You can order it here.

The second reveal is from Star Trek. According to the press release, “this bottle opener is meant to represent something with more of a collegiate feel, perhaps a collectible you could acquire at the Starfleet Academy gift shop!”

This item is limited to only 1,000 pieces and comes with a $20.00 price tag. You can get it from here.

Star Trek Factory Entertainment exclusive
Star Trek – Starfleet Academy Bottle Opener (Image: PR)

Then there’s The Beatles Yellow Submarine which is part of Factory Entertainment’s brand new limited edition collectible Art Statue line. It’s limited to only 250 pieces and can be ordered from here for $50.00.

The Beatles Yellow Submarine
The Beatles Yellow Submarine (Image: PR)

Some of the previous geek-themed exclusives include:

The company still has many exclusives to reveal. You can keep up with everything by following Factory Entertainment on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.

(Update – July 21, 2020 – A total of 15 SDCC exclusives have been revealed.)

While we’re on the topic of SDCC, it was announced that IGN and San Diego Comic-Con have struck an exclusive collaboration “to bring entertainment and pop culture’s largest annual event to the digital livestream landscape with Comic-Con@Home on IGN Live, taking place July 22 – 26.”

It has been a learning and growing experience for all of us, having to shift to a fully-digital event this year,” said David Glanzer, Chief Communications and Strategy Officer of Comic-Con International. “IGN completely stepped up and has helped us navigate and finalize this new approach to ensuring our programming goes off without a hitch, is interactive and engaging, and can be seen by everyone — they have knocked it out of the park and I can’t wait for fans to see it come to life!”

From the information provided to us, “IGN will air a selection of panels during the convention’s live broadcast in association with San Diego Comic-Con as well as studio and network partners. In addition, IGN will broadcast its own custom programming throughout the event titled “Comic-Con@Home on IGN Live,” which will include exclusive interviews, trailer breakdowns, expert analysis, and more.”

We know this world inside and out, so to have the chance to collaborate with San Diego Comic-Con to bring their programming to a huge online audience was such a natural fit,” said Terri Schwartz, Director of Content Strategy and Partnerships at IGN. “We’re thrilled to continue to bring what we do best to the Comic-Con circuit, albeit under very different circumstances than previous years.”

For more information on Comic-Con@Home on IGN Live, please visit the official website.

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Author: Farid-ul-Haq

Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.


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