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Marvel is bringing exclusive shirts, jerseys, pins, comics, more to Comic-Con International: San Diego

A look at what Marvel Comics is selling at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2022

Marvel Comics booth at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2019
Image credit: Marvel Comics
Marvel will have a big presence at Comic-Con International: San Diego, with both Marvel Comics and Marvel Studios running a bevy of announced panels, events, and plans for the event. But if you are going to the con and want to take home more than just memories, there's also a whole lot of exclusive Marvel merchandise.

The Marvel merchandise booth is located on the Comic-Con International: San Diego show floor at booth 2519, across the aisle from the Marvel Comics and Alex Ross booths. The Marvel merchandise booth will have over 30 different exclusive Marvel products, including shirts, pins, magnets, and (yes), comics.

Here's a visual menu of what will be at the SDCC Marvel merch booth:

If you packed light for Comic-Con International: San Diego (or even if you didn't), the Marvel merch booth has you covered with three diferent Spirit Jerseys (including one with the new horned Punisher logo), and 24 different t-shirt designs.

Looking for something to fit in your pocket? There will be a Captain Carter shield magnet, and a pack of four Thor buttons.

The Marvel merchandise booth will also have two hard-to-find Marvel comics with variant covers: Wolverine #23 (the Salvador Larroca variant), and A.X.E.: Eve of Judgement #1 (the Peach Momoko variant).The booth will also have a Darkhold Journal (magic spells not included), and a Marvel Multiverse role-playing game map.

Check out the Marvel merchandise booth site to peruse what else they have on offer

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