Tonight on Conan, late-night host Conan O'Brien unveiled his line of four Comic Con-exclusive Funko Pops, which will be available next month in San Diego.
"In July, we're taking our show down to Comic Con for the second year in a row," O'Brien said.
Conan will air episodes from San Diego on Wednesday, July 20, until Sunday, July 24.
The collectible, vinyl figures will be given out exclusively to their audiences at Comic Con International: San Diego.
The characters are Ghostbuster Conan ("That means I'm technically a woman," the host quipped), Stormtrooper Conan, Superman Conan, and Joker Conan, as inspired by Jared Leto's Joker from Suicide Squad.
O'Brien says that each of the Pop vinyl figures has showered with him personally -- something he did to increase the value of the toys on the collector's market.
It's one step better than signing them, right?
Last year, as O'Brien notes in the video above, the Pops handed out at his tapings were often flipped almost immediately on eBay, and ended up fetching hundreds of dollars. Prices have dropped significantly on the toys, but they're still generally in the $80 and up range -- as opposed to the $10 you'd pay for a standard Funko Pop.
In 2015, the available figurines were Conan O'Brien, Batman Conan, Zombie Conan, and "Conan's Monster," a Frankenstein-like Pop.
This year, Conan's toys tie in nicely with Star Wars: Rogue One, Suicide Squad, Justice League, and Ghostbusters, all of which are in theaters in the course of the next 18 months or so.
Conan airs weeknights at 11 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.