Can't get to San Diego Comic-Con 2019? No worries, fam, we got you.
Even if you can't attend this year's San Diego Comic-Con from July 18-21, you can still pick up (or just browse!) a lot of really cool collectibles -- and plenty of convention-exclusives -- right here on the internet.
Here are 40 of our favorite convention-quality buys.
Whosoever holds this hammer, if they be worthy, shall possess the power of tenderization.
This replica Power Gauntlet, part of the high-end Marvel Legends series of collectibles, is slated for release on Oct. 31. But you can preorder it on Amazon today.
This may be the ultimate (read: pricey) Empire Strikes Back collectible: Your very own 7-foot-tall carbonite Solo with light-up base, limited-edition plaque and certificate of authenticity.
Channel the energy of Captain America every time you're at the gym with this long-sleeve compression shirt fit for the first Avenger.
This Deadpool-esque version of Pikachu is just too cute.
This replica of the Eye of Agamotto (Doctor Strange) is made with faux leather straps and measures 4 inches wide by 3 inches high by 1 inch deep.
You watched the Saturday morning cartoon. You saw the movies. But let's face it -- none of that compared to the thrill of playing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game with your last few quarters.
These SDCC 2016 exclusive action figures were inspired by that classic game.
You can also pick up this set of four game-inspired Foot Clan baddies, including the turtle-hungry Shredder.
Some people (*cough* Peter Parker *cough cough*) need to rely on Tony Stark for Spider-Man suit handouts. You, meanwhile, can simply pick up this spandex number on Amazon.
This Bob Ross bobblehead, a 2018 SDCC exclusive, measures just over 10 inches tall.
This cosplay-quality piece from the Marvel Legends collection measures 24 inches in diameter and has two adjustable straps.
Is this Batman Returns penguin commando the cutest Batman baddie ever? Yup.
An uncut pizza 🎵
Sitting in a box 🎶
Who you gonna call?
Why, this Ghostbusters pizza cutter from SDCC 2015, of course.
If you really want to nail that Tony Stark cosplay, you'll need some armor. This gorgeous piece from the Marvel Legends collection features a magnetized faceplate and light-up eyes.
Without a doubt, this ABS plastic Iron Man gauntlet is expensive. But with fully movable joints, an LED light and more, it's about as cool (and legit) as Iron Man cosplay accessories get.
This Figuarts/Bandai Goku figurine, a 2017 SDCC exclusive, is so darn cool you'll want to pull him out of his collector's box. (But try to resist the temptation!)
This sweet piece of stainless steel jewelry comes in its own gift box. And if you're not a fan of The Flash, no worries -- there are versions with the Superman, Batman and Green Lantern logos as well.
This (shiny) Dark Knight Funko, a 2018 New York Comic-Con exclusive, can still be picked up on Amazon via resellers.
He kinda blew it in Avengers: Infinity War, but we just can't stay mad at Peter Quill. This adjustable Star-Lord helm actually includes built-in speakers and music detection via Bluetooth wireless (AA batteries not included).
Nothing screams collectible quite like a Funko Pop! with an unusual chromed finish. But this one, from the Marvel Studios 10 line, is actually quite affordable!
Before using these seven dragon balls, remember the rules: You can't wish for the same thing twice, you can't revive someone who died of natural causes, and you can't go wishing for more wishes.
This latex foam, life-size replica Alien egg prop (nearly 36 inches tall) has articulated flaps and lights up with 3 AAA batteries. It even comes with its own facehugger.
This smaller, resin version of the Infinity Gauntlet may not be able to control time and space, but it can pop open your next brew.
To be fair, the baddies in Captain America: The Winter Soldier had a little bit more tact in admitting their allegiance than to show off a 3-foot by 5-foot Hydra flag like this...
These 6-inch Battle for Asgard action figures from Hasbro were a San Diego Comic-Con 2017 exclusive.
Pair this synthetic leather jacket with the Star-Lord helm you saw earlier and you've got an amazing Comic-Con-ready cosplay look.
This black and white Batman action figure, based on the artwork of DC Comics legend Jim Lee, was a 2015 San Diego Comic-Con exclusive. Fortunately, you can find resellers on Amazon.
This 1:1 replica of Thor's Stormbreaker is made of hard PVC, not metal, so it's con-safe.
This tenth-anniversary collection aimed at middle schoolers includes 12 illustrated paperback novels retelling the three phases of the MCU.
With this Avengers: Endgame-inspired mug in hand, you'll rule the office for sure.
Keep this cute little Superman rubber ducky handy just in case Lex Luthor ever tries to pull something during bath time.
Yeah, this Swamp Thing Funko Pop literally stinks -- one Amazon reviewer says it smells "kinda like Christmas time."
Remember the good ol' days of the MCU, back before Thanos snapped everyone away? This six-movie collectible MCU box set lets you relive them any time you want.
Tired of whispering "Hail Hydra" into the ear of every stranger you meet? Let this lapel pin do the talking for you instead.
This 1:2 poly-resin Rebirth cowl, sculpted by Alejandro Pereira, is the first in a series of collectible Batman cowls from DC Comics.
Wakanda forever! This Black Panther mask, another gem from the Marvel Legends series, lights up when you insert three AA batteries (not included).
Here's another rare Funko Pop! that you can only find at conventions (and on Amazon after the fact): a 6-inch holographic Supreme Leader Snoke from The Force Awakens.
This five-piece set of Harry Potter keychains was a 2017 San Diego Comic-Con exclusive.
The front panels of this 2,127-piece Lego R2-D2 open to reveal a computer interface arm and circular saw.