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Hasbro hosted its first panel ever at New York Comic Con today. We were on site and broadcast the panel live (we hope!)
Hasbro: Marvel Action Figures
Presenters: Scott George, Dave Vonner, and Dwight Stall
Join members of Hasbro’s MARVEL Marketing and Design team as they discuss current and upcoming toys and action figures!
Mattel hosted its Masters of the Universe panel earlier today. Because the room was deep in the bowels of the Javits Center, there was no cell phone coverage and consequently no signal for the live broadcast. The upload following the panel also got corrupted, so my apologies if you have been trying to watch the the video. I uploaded the video again, and it’s all better now!
Mattel Presents: Masters of the Universe Classics – Getting Ready to Turn 30!
Speakers: Scott “Toy Guru” Neitlich, The Four Horsemen
2012 will mark the 30th anniversary of the Masters of the Universe toy line and do we have some great collectable toys in store! Head over to get all the latest info on Mattel’s Masters of the Universe Classics line including sneak peaks, a look at the new 2012 Mini Comics and updates on our Create-a-Character contest. Panel includes a live Q & A with Mattel brand manager Scott “Toy Guru” Neitlich and special guests The Four Horsemen.
Admittedly, Mattel’s WWE line has less of my interest since they’ve put the Legends line on hiatus for 2012. Sure, we’ll still be getting classic WWE superstars mixed in with the regular Basic and Elite lines on a regular basis and the regular Legends releases on MattyCollector.com, but I suppose my hopes of going to a Toys R Us and finding a Demolition Crush on the shelves are pretty low.
So much for my plan to recreate the full roster of the classic Technos Wrestlefest game from the 90’s! With the Legends released to date, I was short only Crush, Big Boss Man, and Earthquake. 🙂
Mattel had a booth at Power Con, the He-Man, She-Ra and ThunderCan fan convention, and presented its plans for the Masters of the Universe Classics line. Since this was just three weeks ago, Toy Guru told us that collectors familiar with what they showed at Power Con would see a lot of the same stuff at New York Comic Con.