NYCC ’17 Exclusives – Cryptozoic Brings Wonder Woman, Ryu, Lois Lane

by Gary Catig

With New York Comic Con a little more than a month away, vendors have been gradually revealing their exclusives for the show.  We covered some DC and Game of Thrones Funko exclusives earlier.  Cryptozoic Entertainment recently announced what collectibles they will have available at their booth, #244, at this year’s NYCC.  Check them out below with their description from their website.

“Powerful in Pink” Wonder Woman is a variant of the Series 1 DC Bombshells vinyl figure. It boldly features the color pink on all of Wonder Woman’s clothing. Designed by Pedro Astudillo and sculpted by Anders Ehrenborg, the 7-inch figure comes packaged in a display-worthy special edition window box. Each box is individually numbered from 1 to 750. The presale commences September 8, with the figure offered for $40.

Product Details: “Powerful in Pink” Wonder Woman

  • New York Comic Con exclusive
  • 7-inch vinyl figure
  • Variant of Series 1 DC Bombshells figure of Wonder Woman
  • Bold pink color theme
  • Packaged in a display-worthy special edition window box
  • Designed by Pedro Astudillo and sculpted by Anders Ehrenborg
  • Limited quantity: only 750 produced, each box hand-numbered

“30th Anniversary Edition” Metallic Red Ryu is a variant of the Series 1 Street Fighter Lil Knockouts vinyl figure. To commemorate the 30-year history of Capcom’s Street Fighter video game series, this version of Ryu stylishly sports only the iconic red color associated with the character’s headband. Each 2.75-inch figure is stamped with “30th Anniversary” on the base and comes individually hand-numbered from 1 to 300, making it the lowest-run Street Fighter Lil Knockouts collectible Cryptozoic has produced to date. Designed by Pedro Astudillo and sculpted by Sam Greenwell, it comes packaged inside Cryptozoic’s signature collectible tin. The presale starts September 15, with the figure offered for $25.

Product Details: “30th Anniversary Edition” Metallic Red Ryu

  • New York Comic Con exclusive
  • 75-inch vinyl figure
  • Variant of Series 1 Street Fighter Lil Knockouts figure of Ryu
  • Sports only iconic red color associated with the character
  • Each figure stamped with “30th Anniversary” on base to commemorate 30-year history of Street Fighter video game series
  • Packaged in Cryptozoic’s signature collectible tin
  • Designed by Pedro Astudillo and sculpted by Sam Greenwell
  • Limited quantity: only 300 produced, each figure hand-numbered
  • Lowest-run Street Fighter Knockouts figure to date

“New York Comic Con Edition” Lois Lane is a variant of the Series 2 DC Lil Bombshells vinyl figure. The newspaper in the figure’s hand features the headline “New York Comic Con” and lists the dates of this year’s show. Each limited edition 2.75-inch collectible is stamped with “New York Comic Con Exclusive” on the base and comes individually hand-numbered from 1 to 300, making it the lowest-run DC Lil Bombshells figure Cryptozoic has produced to date. Designed by Pedro Astudillo and sculpted by Sam Greenwell, it comes packaged inside Cryptozoic’s signature collectible tin. The presale begins September 22, with each figure offered for $20.

Product Details: “New York Comic Con Edition” Lois Lane

  • New York Comic Con exclusive
  • 75-inch vinyl figure
  • Variant of DC Lil Bombshells Series 2 figure of Lois Lane
  • Newspaper headline features “New York Comic Con” and lists the dates of this year’s show
  • Each figure stamped with “New York Comic Con Exclusive” on the base
  • Packaged in Cryptozoic’s signature collectible tin
  • Designed by Pedro Astudillo and sculpted by Sam Greenwell
  • Limited quantity: only 300 produced, each figure hand-numbered
  • Lowest-run DC Lil Bombshells figure to date

Gary Catig

Gary Catig is west coast raised, east coast educated, and has a touch of southern charm. He has spent most of his adult life making science fiction a reality as an engineer conducting research in the military, microprocessor, and biotechnology fields. While currently living in San Diego, he enjoys all facets of pop culture including but not limited to comics, TV, movies, and music.