Lets get some of these threads rolling. I don't have a lot here but I do have some SDCC Lego Exclusives including the Rocket Racoon and Warbird and the Collector minifig
this comes with a really cool story and @poncholo can back me up, these sets from SDCC are really hard to get especially before 2015. So basically what happened in 2014 is people bum rush the booth in the morning and if you are in the first 250 people there you were able to get a ticket for all of the exclusives. I was within the first 30 people on the show floor and I was still unable to get the tickets on the first day of the show.
At the time any un-purchased sets were sold at 4PM so people start hanging around the booth around 3:30. I got there at like 3 and was talking to the guy and at first he kept saying they weren't selling any, which I knew was a way to get people to leave. So I basically kept circling the line, it got to the point people just kept telling others to go in front of them and the line just formed in the hopes that the people at the front would get the sets.
At about 3:50 the first Lego staff member left and another guy showed up, so I was talking to him since I was at the front and he said that the line doesn't matter and that he was likely going to be choosing children and there were not a lot of sets left.
At about this time I called Jack to be my line buddy to help out and stand off to the side
Then at about 3:55 the guy, looked directly at me, then gave a glance to everyone else and was like, if I am looking at you at 4PM you will not be getting a set. I took that as my queue and left his immediate area while still being on line off to the side. At 4 he did exactly as he said started choosing children, then people with only thursday badges, then people who showed photos of their children/random internet children. At the same time there was an much older woman who was following him and nagging him (which I knew would get her no where) while I was just calmly off to the side.
So after he pulled as many people people as he wanted off he rounded the corner didn't really see anyone and was about to turn around and go elsewhere when he looked at me and asked if I wanted the rocket racoon. to which I of course said hell yeah! so thats my long winded story
that would not work now cause they changed the method in 2015 to just a ticket raffle, but yeah
Quantum Realm Explorers (76109)
200 pieces | Ages 7-12
Available June 1, 2018
Fly into action against Ghost with Ant-Man’s Quantum Vehicle and The Wasp with this LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 76109 Quantum Realm Explorers set. The Quantum Vehicle features an opening, bug-eye-shaped minifigure cockpit, adjustable insect arms, stud shooters and adjustable engines for launch, hover and flight modes. This set includes 3 minifigures and a gold-colored trophy element.
Molten Man Battle (76128)
Available April 22, 2019
Join Spider-Man and Mysterio in the heat of battle to stop Molten Man melting down the whole city! Molten Man’s dangerous lava is absorbing everything from cars to traffic lights. Molten Man buildable figure features a posable head, arms and legs, gripping claw, 6-stud rapid shooter, buildable ‘melting' objects including half a car, street lamp and traffic light, chain, melting lava stick elements and various attachment points for minifigures. Escape from this fire monster’s gripping claw and dodge the rapid shooter. Spin spider webs to take down Molten Man then put out all the fires with the firefighter's fire extinguisher! Includes 3 Marvel Universe minifigures: Spider-Man, Mysterio and a firefighter.
Hydro-Man Attack (76129)
Available April 22, 2019
Take a romantic trip to Venice with Peter Parker and MJ. Enjoy a gondola boat ride then stop at the café for a coffee and a slice of pizza. Café features a tower with attachment points for minifigures and web elements, rooftop garden with plant elements, buildable coffee machine and outside space. But watch out—here comes Hydro-Man with a buildable water base making huge waves in the canal. Transform into Spider-Man, fire spider webs at the invader and leap across the bridge. Hang on to the wall then explode the bridge. Then fly in to save the day with Mysterio's power energy! Includes 4 Marvel Universe minifigures: MJ, Peter Parker, Mysterio and Hydro-Man, plus a LEGO rat figure.
Stark Jet and the Drone Attack (76130)
April 22, 2019
Defend Venice against drone attack with Happy Hogan, Nick Fury, Mysterio, Spider-Man and the super Stark Jet! Stark Jet features a dual minifigure cockpit with pilot seats for Happy Hogan and Nick Fury, control panel stickers, 2 guns, plus a passenger seat for Spider-Man, opening hatch function with attachment point for Spider-Man's spider web string element, rear storage compartment for 3 buildable energy bombs, adjustable wings and 2 stud shooters. Adjust the wings and launch into the sky. Control this hi-tech jet airplane from the dual cockpit with Happy Hogan and Nick Fury. Swerve 2 stud-shooting drones and fire back with the jet's own stud shooters. Then release the hatch to drop energy bombs or send Spider-Man swinging into action on his web string! Includes 4 Marvel Universe minifigures: Happy Hogan, Nick Fury, Spider-Man and Mysterio.
LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes Captain Marvel™ and the Asis
Inspired by her breakout film earlier this year, Captain Marvel and the Asis come to brick form in an building set which will be exclusively sold at San Diego Comic-Con. SDCC Attendees can enter a submission of interest through the San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Exclusive Portal beginning the last week of June for a chance to purchase this LEGO Exclusive at the show. For more information on SDCC Exclusives, visit the official SDCC site here: https://www.comic-con.org/cci/exclusive-merch-time-slots.
The LEGO Group unveiled its latest exclusive for next month’s San Diego Comic Con: PS4 Spider-Man™
A sneak peek at Spider-Man in his Advanced Suit as he appears in the popular PS4 video game Marvel’s Spider-Man in LEGO minifigure form. The minifigure will be exclusively available and given away to select Comic-Con attendees. Attendees will have a chance to win this minifigure in a randomized instant-win drawing on Thursday, July 18. Additional details will be available closer to the show.
76144 – Avengers Hulk Helicopter Drop
482 pieces | Age 8+
$59.99 (USD) Available November 25, 2019
The LEGO Group unveiled a brand new set inspired by Avengers Endgame. The set, featuring Hulk, Black Widow and Pepper Potts in the Rescue armor fighting the Chitauri, will be seen for the first time at San Diego Comic-Con before launching in late November.
Team up with the Avengers in an epic aerial battle against the Chitauri soldiers! Launch the helicopter with Rescue and fire the triple stud shooters at the mighty Leviathan. Dodge the Chitauri flyer’s stud shooters. Surprise the enemy by dropping the mighty Hulk into battle. Then attack with Rescue’s Power Blasts and Black Widow’s batons. Includes 4 minifigures, a cool Hulk action figure with the Infinity Gauntlet glove with 4 collectible Infinity Stones – the other Infinity Stones are in the Avengers Compound Battle (76131) set, a helicopter with triple stud shooters and function to drop Hulk into battle, plus the Chitauris’ Leviathan and stud-shooting flyer to stage epic aerial encounters.