Hasbro SDCC Exclusives Delayed Until September

Hasbro has sent an update to media outlets regarding the revised availability of their SDCC Exclusives. Originally slated for an August 14 release on HasbroToyShop.com, the indicate that they will now be offered sometime in September.

“Hi Star Wars fans,

Hope you’re having a great weekend! We wanted to reach out to clarify that the availability date for the Hasbro Star Wars SDCC exclusives on Hasbro Toy Shop has changed to September.”

Great Hasbro Booth Images

Our friends at Jediinsider.com have posted some great SDCC pics for your viewing pleasure, showing off some of Hasbro’s new offerings… check them out here!

Personal Note:  Seems like what we saw today is leaning in the right direction again for the 3.75″ brand.  Who can’t be happy with that new 3.75″ scale Wampa?  Or Probe Droid?  Many of us in our forums have been pushing for those quite a bit the past 2 years, so maybe Hasbro actually IS listening more now (like they indicated in panels and interviews today)?

Update: SDCC Landspeeder and Thrawn Sold Out

According to Star Wars Action News, the San Diego Comic-Con exclusive X–34 Landspeeder with Luke Skywalker has sold out for the entire show.

Update: the landspeeder and Thrawn are only sold out for today, not the entire show

SDCC 2017: Hasbro Star Wars Panel Reveals

Hasbro has revealed several new 6″ Black Series figures during their SDCC panel including:

6″ Black Series Figures
General Leia (Episode VII)
Captain Rex (removable helmet)
Maz Kanata with trunk and lightsaber
Dewback with new Sandtrooper
Rebel Fleet Trooper with helmet, blaster and Death Star data card

3.75″ Vintage Collection Figures* & Vehicles 
Rey, FO Stormtrooper, Kylo Ren, Jyn, Cassian, Death Trooper, Hoth Rebel Trooper, New Hovertank Driver, New Dr. Aphra

*Sequential numbering resumes with #116

3.75″ Rogue One Hovertank – working treads, accurate details, removable Kyber crystal chamber

3.75″ Star Wars Universe Figures (5POA)
Hoth Leia
Emperor Palpatine with Force Lightning

Rathtar with Bala-Tik
Luke with Wampa (articulated)
Vader with Probe Droid

Boba Fett with Han Solo
Maul and Qui-Gon (added wrist articulation)

Click on through to see the images aggregated from social media. Thanks to Star Wars Action News and FigureShield for providing the live stream.

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Rumor Report: Interactive/Electronic Porgs

A lot of squawking has been happening since the Porgs were officially revealed in the behind the scenes video for The Last Jedi at D23. Upon revisiting a few coded listings for products, “IP Beak” is all but officially confirmed to be an Interactive Plush Porg. Nothing earth shattering or previously theorized, but as we approach Force Friday II, and unofficial checklists are being put together, it’s helpful to know what these things are despite their coded aliases.

SDCC Exclusive Preorders at Robot Kingdom

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Grand Admiral Thrawn
Rey (Jedi Training) & Luke Skywalker (Jedi Master)
X-34 Landspeeder with Luke Skywalker

In-stock 6″ Commander Gree

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Update: Hasbro Resistance Ski Speeder with Poe Dameron First Look

 

Smyths Toys has posted the first boxed and loose shots of Hasbro’s Resistance Ski Speeder from The Last Jedi. Click on through for a closer look.

Thanks to @sompeetalay  for the heads-up.

UPDATE: Kylo Ren’s TIE Silencer is coming as well.

UPDATE 2: Smyth’s Toys has pulled the link, so we’ve pulled the image as well.

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It Is Just a Flesh Wound (or is it?)

While reviewing some of the new images in Rebelscum’s SDCC coverage, I noticed what looks like a possible painted “flesh wound” on one of the SDCC samples for Rey. As you can see above, the one on the left (shown today at the Hasbro Breakfast) has a bloody slice/scratch on the right arm, but the figure on the right from the show floor doesn’t – yet there looks to be a sculpted “deformity” sans blood. What do you think – battle-damage or a simple errant paint job? A variant between the SDCC release and the retail version?

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