Our friends over at Titan Books are delighted to announce four products, all of which will be available exclusively at New York Comic Con October 5 – 8 2017. These include books debuting at the show and limited editions, along with awesome collectibles for fans of the hit Adult Swim series Rick and Morty, and Star Trek. Titan Books will be found at Booth #2142.

The Autobiography of Jean-Luc Picard with Comic-Con Exclusive enamel pin

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Don’t miss your chance to pick up the autobiography of Captain Jean-Luc Picard! Exclusive enamel Enterprise pin with every copy only available at the show. MAKE IT SO!

Price: $25

Catch author David A. Goodman discussing the book at the NYCC Live Stream Village, 3:45-4:00pm, Thursday, October 5, 2017.

Rick and Morty: Official Coloring book with Comic-Con Exclusive T-Shirt

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Become the Redgren Grumbholdt of coloring in with the squanchiest coloring book ever! Exclusive free t-shirt to color in at home with every copy, while stocks last!

Price: $15

Star Trek: Beyond – The Make-Up Artistry of Joel Harlow with Limited Edition print

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This gorgeous coffee table book is available for the first time at NYCC, and every copy has a big, beautiful frameable print signed by Oscar-Winner Joel Harlow himself!

Price: $45

Predator: If It Bleeds Comic-Con Exclusive Debut

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Exclusive First Availability of the brand-new anthology, Predator: If It Bleeds, signed by author Tim Lebbon and editor Bryan Thomas Schmidt!

Price: $15

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