Posted by Trustpigs July 22, 2014

Jermaine Rogers has a treasure trove of iconic goodies available at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, including the brand new "Choices" viny figure! Standing 8-inches tall, "Choices" won't see wide release until August, but those attending SDCC will not only be able to snag it in the regular colorway but also the exclusive "Shadow" variant — cast in black vinyl with glow-in-the-dark eyes — which is limited to 50 pieces worldwide. And that's not all, you can also get the SDCC version of the David Bowie-inspired "Aleppin Sane" bust, a looming 8-inch tall piece of glow-in-the-dark power that's limited to 100 pieces! And, for those that want to make their "Choices" purchase complete, you can snag a copy of Rogers's "Family" print, which birthed the rabbit character. A 25" x 20" screen print, these are limited to an edition of 100 signed & numbered copies. All available starting Preview Night of the convention, these can be bought from Booth #4532!


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