Whew! I’m finally getting around to dealing with my pics and loot from SDCC 2011.
Up first, I’m going to hit y’all with the SDCC Hasbro Exclusive Marvel Legends Thor! But before I get into it, much thanks to Sandman for snagging this for me when he was buying his Hasbro Show Exclusives as I was having more than a little trouble getting a damn ticket just to be able to stand in line to give Hasbro my money. They really need to do a better job with the retail booths at Comic-Con. In their defense, the line died to nothing by late Saturday afternoon when a lot of the Exclusives sold out, but the system could stand a little tweaking to be less frustrating to buyers at Comic-Con.
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The San Diego Comic-Con exclusives from ThreeA Toys this year were some of the harder to get items at Comic-Con. Due to their limited numbers, they sold out every day within an hour of the Con opening. Most of the time, the people who were lucky enough to get their hands on these exclusives had been lined up before the show opened. By some stroke of luck, I managed to pick up a ThreeA SDCC Exclusive WWRp Slaugtherhouse Dropcloth, and boy was I psyched!
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Last week during San Diego Comic-Con, Hasbro released a barrage of exclusives, as usual. One was something we got a hint of last year, and he’s finally arrived – the Marvel Universe Masterworks Sentinel.
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San Diego Comic-Con may be over, but we still have a bunch of pics to share!
Here are some pics of upcoming 3.75″ Joes from Hasbro.
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Howdy, AFP viewers!
I’m finally back from San Diego Comic-Con 2011, slowly recovering from jet-lag, and making an attempt to kick start my travel-addled brain to give you my picks for Best of SDCC 2011!
3) DC Universe Classics Wave 19 Hawkman has his hooded head as a Pack-In!
See it there, hiding behind Hawkman’s mace?
I had completely missed this at the show, and it wasn’t mentioned in either of the Mattel panels I was able to attend. It wasn’t until I got home and a friend pointed it out that I saw it. I’m incredibly happy that Mattel decided to make this Hawkman with swappable heads, as I’m not a fan of the “full beaked” mask. This improves DCUC 19 a hundred-fold for me.
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