Mild spoiler: Sideshow Collectibles is debuting Jason Momoa's Aquaman in a uniform that recalls the comic book version of the costume.
This life-size BB-8 is an eye-wateringly pricey $3,950. But for that money you get a model that moves and behaves like the rolling Star Wars droid. Sideshow will be giving this BB-8 to a lucky fan at Comic-Con.
Scarlet Witch is here for the fight. And she's got poseable hair. Practical.
Sideshow's Yoda Legendary Scale is recreating the "Muppet" version of Yoda seen in The Last Jedi. This Yoda costs $700.
Ever wanted a Boba Fett that goes up to about your waist? That'll be $2,650.
Bratty yet brave, here's the Guardians of the Galaxy's teenage tree friend.
Leia Organa, as she appears in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, is among Sideshow's Comic-Con reveals.
Iron Man with his suit from Avengers: Infinity War.
This Bucky Barnes (who's now also known as the White Wolf) is based on his appearance in Avengers: Infinity War.
This Captain America statue is based on unused concept art for Captain America: Civil War. Even though it wasn't used for the movies, it gives us a look at what could have been.
This depiction of the Vulture from Spider-Man: Homecoming is making its debut at Comic-Con.
This smaller version of Yoda has short, frilled hair.
This statue of Shuri from Black Panther looks almost like a miniature version of actress Letitia Wright.
Large and in charge, this Jabba the Hutt costs $795, is currently on preorder and looks drop into homes later this year.
These Marvel heroes all look to be in the midst of their battle with Thanos.
If you ain't afraid of no ghost, this $1,390 recreation of the Ghostbusters' ride is for you. The Ecto-1 lights up and plays music.