Welcome to the final installment of our pre-San Diego Comic-Con collectible showcase. There's something for every TV fan, whether you're a fan of 'The Walking Dead' or 'Shark Tank.'
Shortly after President Obama announced that the United States would begin normalizing relations with Cuba after a 53-year blockade against the Communist country, Mike Sweeney, the current head writer of Conan, suggested on a whim that they should be the first American late-night show to visit the island since the 1960s. “I had this very clear memory of being at the Museum of Broadcasting like 20 years ago, back when you needed a Museum of Broadcasting,” he told a small group of reporters last week. O’Brien turned to his loyal producer, Jeff Ross, who began to explore how he could possibly get a ten person TV crew into a country that has an image-conscious government and a number of travel restrictions still stacked against it.