Comic Con 2010 Toy Exclusives Report (Mania.com)

By:Bob Trate
Date: Friday, July 16, 2010

 

The 2010 San Diego Comic Con is almost upon us. Hopefully you have checked out my column from last week (the Survival Guide) and are gearing up for Nerdvana. Well this week I was inundated with emails about even more exclusives. Hasbro finally has provided some incredible pictures of theirs and I added a few more that I know you’ll have to have. Remember the exclusive toys at Comic Con are a crazy thing. Some can double or triple their value in a matter of hours. Others, like many of the Star Wars exclusives, usually end up going on sale on the Star Wars website. If you are a collector go after what you really want first. If you are in it for the money then by all means go after the limited edition items first and foremost. This final report is obviously not everything. Check the Toy Maniac’s First Look at Con Goodies for more of the exclusives.
 
Hasbro

SDCC 2010 Exclusive Toys


Might Muggs – Price $15.99 a piece
Styled after IRON MAN’s Mark VI armored suit, the figure features a retractable visor on its helmet and is highlighted in premium commemorative foil packaging. 
 
Designed in the character’s classic Generation 1 style, Autobot Prowl, it is equipped with his signature blaster. It is highlighted in premium commemorative foil packaging. 
 
Marvel’s 3.75 inch Figures

SDCC 2010 Exclusive Toys


Thor is designed in the styling of Marvel’s highly popular Thor: Ages of Thunder comic series. The figure includes Thor’s legendary hammer and features special edition packaging adorned with artwork by Joe Quesada, Marvel Comics’ editor-in-chief ($9.99). 
 
This classic Captain America figure is styled in the character’s World War II gear, complete with a removable helmet and triangular, badge-shaped shield. The figure’s packaging features artwork by Joe Quesada, Marvel Comics’ editor-in-chief ($9.99).
 
The 19 inch Galactus

SDCC 2010 Exclusive Toys


This massive 19” Galactus figure packaged on a 27-inch blister card! Both the blister card and its special edition outer box are adorned with one-of-a-kind artwork by Joe Quesada, Marvel Comics’ editor-in-chief. The figure features a variety of lights and sounds and is Hasbro’s largest single-carded figure ever ($59.99)! 
 
Blaster

SDCC 2010 Exclusive Toys


Designed in the character’s classic 1984 styling, this special Autobot Blaster figure includes its three cassette tapes/battle companions: Steel Jaw, Ramhorn and Eject ($49.99). 
 
In addition to being available at Comic-Con (booth #3329), a limited number of Hasbro’s Exclusives will be available on HasbroToyShop.com after the convention.
 
Toys “R” Us Exclusive "Convention Nerd"

SDCC 2010 Exclusive Toys


From Jazwares and Cartoon Network Enterprises comes the very first figure from the highly-anticipated Robot Chicken toy line. This 5-inch action figure is complete with a Top Hat, Sandwich, Magical Unicorn Mayonnaise Jar, Adult Swim swag bag and a 2010 San Diego Comic-Con t-shirt. The "Convention Nerd" will be available at Entertainment Earth's booth #2343 throughout the con and on Toysrus.com for $20.00.
 
Gentle Giant

SDCC 2010 Exclusive Toys


There are several busts available from Harry Potter, Star Wars and Pans Labyrinth. This year Gentle Giant will reveal their first piece in their new line of 12” Jumbo Vintage Kenner Figures at Comic Con. The Stormtrooper is digitally scanned from a mint 3.75 inch Kenner original. This jumbo figure includes a faithfully reproduced blaster and is fully articulated. It will be packaged on a 1980, Empire Strikes Back card and have a plastic outer clam shell to help protect and display this limited edition exclusive (Limited Edition to 1500 pieces. Price: $85.00).
 
Mattel

SDCC 2010 Exclusive Toys


Mattel and MattyCollector were covered a couple of weeks ago (see column). MattyCollector once again outdid the other toy companies by having a special presale with vouchers earlier this week. The SDCC Orko (with the Color-change Feature) sold out in 3 minutes. By the end of day practically everything was gone. See the complete list here. Good luck if you are going after anything from MattyCollector. That line is going to be long.
 
Robert Trate writes two weekly columns for Mania the DVD Shopping Bag and the Toy Maniac. Robert also participates in a pod cast that reviews movies, comics and celebrates all things geek. Check it out at You’ve Got Geek on You.com.
 


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