Nerd Con: SDCC 2016 Exhibits, Vendors, & Artists

Greetings nerds! We’ve been sharing our SDCC and Nerd HQ journey this past week describing everything from cosplay, food, to panels galore. We felt there was something missing, though. With only a day pass, we tried to take in as much as we could of the exhibit hall and had to share. Join us as we showcase exhibitors, vendors, as well as Roni’s weakness, artist alley.

SDCC “Come with me and you’ll be in a world of pure imagination.”
I had to.


Sideshow was a feast for the eyes and made us want to empty our wallets for these exquisite collectible figures.

While on the walk our Jams was on a mission to purchase her very own Lucille keychain from Skybound. She’s a big Walking Dead afficionado!

SDCC exhibit

Jams and Lucille: a love affair

Marvel & ComicCave

Our main mission at the exhibit hall was the 75th Captain America dedication with the gorgeous statue, designed by ComicCave, was on display. This statue will permanently reside in Steve Rogers home of Brooklyn, NY. We were so happy we got to see it in all it’s glory. A special shoutout to the lovely folks at ComicCave for contacting us. We hope we can arrange that interview soon enough!

Side note, the Doctor Strange costumes are stunning.


The DC exhibit set up was one of my favorites, it was large in size but was laid out in a way that was easy to maneuver even with a large crowd.


Lovely folks at both CFX Composite Effects and EFX Collectibles! It was pleasure to talk to such creative and dedicated folks.

Jams had to get a photo with Harley, who happened to be across fromt he EFX booth.
sdcc exhibit

Icon Heroes

We took this as a great sign since our group cosplay revolved around Once Upon a Time.

SDCC exhibit

We couldn’t resist thie Legends Captain America photo op!


Jams had a blast taking photos at the Hasbro booth!


This is as close as we’ll probably get to New Zealand for awhile.


We could not get over the Katana doll from DC Superhero Girls. Make sure to watch Nerdy Kidz Corner’s review of Ivy.

SDCC exhibit

Jams desperately wanted to get her hands on one of these dolls but unfortunately the adult side warned her that she might need that money later on in the trip…that pesky adult side is right sometimes, but we won’t tell her that!

ECCC Elite Creature Collectibles

Roni could not get enough of this Gizmo! That explains the shaky camera.

To Artist Alley we go, or where Roni and Jenine lose all their money!

A special shout out to the awesome Karen Hallion and Brandon Kenney, Christopher Uminga, Chrissie Zullo, Heather Theurer, Lord Mesa, and Alice Zhang for humoring our fangirling.

We hope you enjoyed our mini tour! It was impossible to take photos of everything when trying to be present and experience the con. We are very much looking forward to next year and have already begun planning! Let us know what you loved from SDCC this year and share your photos.

Nerd On!
Screen Shot 2015-06-27 at 3.36.18 PMScreen Shot 2015-06-27 at 3.35.24 PM

Bookmark the permalink.

One Comment

  1. marvel comics is one of my favorite comics , all the comics of marvel are just wonderful and well portrayed 🙂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *