It is San Diego Comic Con time again, and as always Cool Toy Review, and our sister site Rebelscum, are bringing you up to the second coverage of the event. Like the the last couple of years, this year's coverage will be broken down by company to make it easier for you to follow the companies you collect. Simply scroll down and find the companies you like and you'll find the latest update on the top of the list!

Updated regularly by D. Martin Myatt and guest reporter Paul Nicholasi from Idle Hands.

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APPLEHEAD FACTORY

July 26: Applehead Factory's Teddy Scares Display
Next up in our continuing 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage is a gallery showing off the products in the Teddy Scares booth. Follow the above link to check out these misfits from the plush world.

BIF BANG POW!

July 26: The Bif Bang Pow! Display
Next up in our continuing 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage comes a gallery focused on all the new Bif Bang Pow! products on display at the Entertainment Earth booth. follow the above link to check it out.

BLUE FIN

July 26: The Blue Fin Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with a gallery of the Blue Fin booth. Follow the above link for a look at many, many, many awesome action figures and the coolest diorama ever made!

DARK HORSE COMICS

July 23: A Look At The Dark Horse Booth
We continue our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage with a look at the Dark Horse booth. Follow the above link to see everything on display!

DC DIRECT

July 25: The DC Direct Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with a gallery of all the cool collectibles on display in the DC Direct booth. follow the above link to check it out.

DIAMOND SELECT TOYS

July 23: The Diamond Select Toys Booth
The next gallery to be added to our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage focuses on everything displayed at the Diamond Select Toys booth. Follow the above link to see what they have displayed for their Femme Fatales, Universal Monsters, Marvel Select, Ghostbusters, Knight Rider, Munsters, Capcom Vs. Marvel,

eFX

July 22: A Look At The eFX Booth
We continue our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage with a gallery focusing on all the cool non-Star Wars stuff on display at the eFX booth. Follow the above link to check out their Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek, Tron, Captain America, Daredevil, Men In Black, and Disney costumes and prop replicas. Head on over to Rebelscum to see the Star Wars awesomeness.

FACTORY ENTERTAINMENT

July 25: The Factory Entertainment Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with a gallery of all the cool collectibles on display in the Factory Entertainment. Follow the above link to check it out.

GENTLE GIANT

July 22: Gentle Giant's Sucker Punch Collectibles
Next up in our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage is a drool-inspiring gallery of Gentle Giant's Sucker Punch collectibles. While the film will never be accused of being a well told story, no one can argue that the physical look was spectacular, and Gentle Giant is nailing it with this series. Follow the above link to check it out!


July 21: Gentle Giant's Marvel Comics Collectibles
Next up in our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage is a gallery showing off some awesome new mini-busts, statues, and bookends from Gentle Giant's Marvel Comics collection. Follow the above link to check them out!

HASBRO

July 27: Hasbro's Marvel Presentation
You saw the SDCC preview night gallery, read the live report from the panel, saw the new figure gallery after the panel, but now you can see the actual Hasbro Marvel presentation shown during last weekend's San Diego Comic-Con! Get the fully detailed pics of all the SDCC 2011 Hasbro Marvel exclusives, plus great previews of upcoming Marvel Universe figures, and the return of fan-favorite Marvel Legends. Sharp-eyed fans will notice that not ALL slides are included in this gallery, so after you're done viewing this gallery, be sure to check out the Hasbro Marvel Panel gallery to see all the cool stuff that's not included here!


July 25: Images From Hasbro's Marvel Panel
One of the highlights of the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con was seeing a 3 3/4" Puck action figure in the slideshow presentation sown only as part of Hasbro's Marvel Panel. Follow the above link to check out this astonishing figure (that will be released single carded, giving the ultimate respect to this 1 3/4" figure) and everything revealed in the panel.


July 23: More Marvel Figures At The Hasbro's Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with a gallery showing off all the new Marvel Universe and Marvel Legends figures added to the Hasbro booth. Also included in this gallery is a closer look at some stuff we didn't see previously. Follow the above link to have a look.


July 22: Another Look At Hasbro's Booth
TWhat do you get when you take Transformers, My Little Pony, Kre-o, and more Marvel images and mush them all together? You get the latest addition to our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage, that's what. Follow this link for another look at the Hasbro booth.


July 21: First Look At Hasbro's Marvel Universe & Legends
Next up in our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage is a first look at Hasbro's Marvel Universe, Legends, and related action figure assortments. Follow the above link to for a closer look at some awesome new figures!


July 20: First Look At Hasbro's G.I. Joe Display
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage turns its attention to Hasbro's booth for a first look at their G.I. Joe figures. Follow the above link to take a peek at the latest offerings in the3 3/4" collection

HOT TOYS

July 21: A Second Look At Hot Toys
Now that our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage in full swing we took some time to go back to one of our first stops from yesterday to offer you a better gallery showing off all the drool-inducing goodness Hot Toys has ondisplay at the Sideshow Collectibles booth including the stunning 1/6 scale 1989 Batmobile, a better look at the Jack Joker, the Jake Sully, and a lot more. Of course we're not done with Hot Toys just yet so expect to see more after we publish the Mattel gallery.


July 20: First Look At Hot Toys
Next up in our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage is a gallery showing off some awesome new figures from Hot Toys including the 1989 Batman feature film version of Joker (Jack Nicholson), the black costumed webhead from Spider-Man 3, the Iron Monger from the first Iron Man movie, and much more more. Follow the above link to check it out!

JUN PLANNING

July 22: The JUN Planning Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with a gallery of all the dolls displayed in the JUN Planning booth. Follow the above link to check it out.

KOTOBUKIYA

July 22: The Kotobukiya Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with a look at the Kotobukiya booth. This gallery features the current and upcoming Marvel and DC Bishoujo statues including the unpainted prototype for the X-23 statue, as well as the Ghostbusters Lucy and the newly announced Tekken Alisa Bosconovitch and Mass Effect 3 Liara T'Soni Bishoujos. Their Fine Art Statue collection now includes two awesome Tekken pieces, which were displayed separately from everything else. Click through to check out all this and more and head over to Rebelscum to see the best Yoda statue ever made!

MARVEL STUDIOS

July 27: Captain America's Gear
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with a gallery from the Marvel Studios pavilion showing off the screen used Captain America costume. Eagle-eyed readers will notice this isn't the World War II costume we've seen all over the place, so it must be the modern costume. Granted, since we've been too busy publishing SDCC galleries for you, we haven't had a chance to watch the movie yet, so you tell us if we're right! Follow the above link to check it out.

MATTEL

July 25: Mattel's Monster High Display
Next up in our continuing 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage is a gallery showing off the Mattel's Monster High display. Don't be fooled into thinking this isn't a wonderful collection of toys. Follow the above link to see for yourself.


July 21: A First Look At Mattel's DC Comics Toys
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with our first look at Mattel's DC Comics figures and collectibles including Young Justice, Justice League Unlimited, the SDCC exclusives, and more! Follow the above link to check it out.

MEZCO TOYZ

July 21: The Mezco Toyz Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with a gallery focusing on everything on display at the Mezco Toyz booth. Follow the above link check it out!

NECA

July 21: The NECA Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with a gallery showing off everything on display at the NECA booth including a pile of cool new HeroClix, a new line of figures based on Evil Dead 2 (!), Robocop, Predator, A Nightmare On Elm Street, and much more! Follow the above link to check it out.

QUANTUM MECHANIX

July 24: The Quantum Mechanix Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with a gallery of the Quantum Mechanix booth, which featured the 1/1 scale TARDIS build by our ver own Philip Wise as well as the coolest Enterprise you'll ever see. Follow the above link to check it out!

SIDESHOW COLLECTIBLES

July 25: A Better Look At The Sideshow Collectibles Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage returns the Sideshow Collectibles booth. This massive gallery, linked above, features every non-Star Wars item displayed at the show including all their G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Disney, Marvel Universe, Alien, Predator, Terminator, Indiana Jones collections, as well as everything in between.


July 20: First Look At Sideshow Collectibles
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage begins with a gallery of Sideshow Collectibles booth. While they were still setting up we got to look at a lot of cool stuff from The Lord Of The Rings, G.I. Joe, Marvel, Video Game, Disney, Avatar, and Terminator lines, as well as our first look at Their Premium Format Joker and the Legendary Scale Figure Wolverine (which is huge!). Follow the above link to check it out and stay tuned for more both here and on our sister site Rebelscum.

SOTA TOYS

July 26: A Look At The SOTA Toys Booth
We continue our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage with a look at the State Of The Art Toys booth. Follow the above link to see everything they had on display.

SQUARE ENIX

July 24: The Square Enix Booth
The 2011 San Diego Comic-Con is over but our coverage continues. Next up is a gallery showing off the awesome high-end action figures on display at the Square Enix booth. Follow the link above to check it out.

SUPER7

July 25: A Look At The Super 7 Booth
We continue our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage with a look at the Super 7 booth. Follow the above link to see all the vinyl (and bronze) goodness on display!

TITAN MERCHANDISE

July 25: Titan Merchandise's Mini-Busts
Our next 2011 San Diego Comic-Con gallery focuses on the Titan Merchandise's Star Trek and Doctor Who mini-busts on display in both theirs and Diamond's Preview booth. While the Hammer Horror busts were no where to be found, seeing these two collections in person has blown us away and made us confident that they'll be stunning as well. The line up for those that want that Captain Kirk mini-bust shown in the gallery starts right behind us.

TONNER DOLL COMPANY

July 21: The Tonner Toy Company Booth
Next up in our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage a look at the Tonner Toy Company booth including a pile of cool new HeroClix, a new line of figures based on Evil Dead 2 (!), Robocop, Predator, A Nightmare On Elm Street, and much more! Follow the above link to check it out.

TOYNAMI

July 26: The Toynami Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with a gallery showing off everything (but the Vader on Rebelscum) in the Toynami booth. Follow the above link for a closer look at the Batman, Futurama, Creature From The Black Lagoon, UNKL, Naruto, and other products displayed.

WETA

July 25: The Weta Booth
Our 2011 San Diego Comic-Con coverage continues with the addition of a gallery showing off the Weta booth. Follow the above link to check out their upcoming Raygun, Tintin, and The Lord Of the Rings collectibles.



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