Super7 store in San Francisco (Julie Wolfson/ LAist)
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On Thursday when the doors open to Comic-Con 2009 (SDCC), toy collectors are going to rush in to snap up all of the exclusive toys companies are offering during the show. Last week LAist visited the Super7 store in San Francisco and previewed some of their SDCC toys. The Super7 store, on Post Street in SF's Japantown, is the closest thing to an authentic Tokyo toy store that we have seen in California. From their original characters, amazing collection of Neo-Kaiju, art, and t-shirts, Super7 is a must-see on any toy enthusiasts visit to SF.
Super7's Glenn Pogue unveiled for us their their mascot, Mummy Boy, who will be offered at SDCC in pink glow-in-the-dark. Other favorite Super 7 artists have designed toys that will get the collectors salivating. Their booth is sure to be full of fans seeking their ex