SDCC Exclusives Available on August 14

If you follow us via social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) you caught word early this morning that the SDCC exclusives for Hasbro will be available* on August 14 for purchase (on HasbroToyShop.com) according to Hasbro’s website. You can see each link and pricing below:

Rey (Jedi Training) and Luke Skywalker (Jedi Master) – $49.99
X-34 Landspeeder with Luke Skywalker $89.99
Grand Admiral Thrawn – $49.99

*Limit 2 per household.

  • Mike

    So do we think these will be the typical sell out in 10 minutes, computer freezing up, disappearing from cart items, or maybe just maybe they will have more stock available for something most everyone wants?

  • Bryan Day

    so there are differences with the Luke and landspeeder for retail and SDCC??? Is there a pic of the retail version?

    • Jamie Biggs

      I think the only difference is the hat and poncho. SDCC version has it, retail does not.

    • Brian Beck

      it also has ‘spinning’ parts.

  • Brian B.

    I feel like if you really want the landspeeder, the SDCC version’s a must. The other two are definitely optional, but still cool.

    Still gonna get all three. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

  • The D.O.

    Anyone know what is exclusive to Rey and Luke that won’t be in their regular issue figures?

    • Hazzbro Jonez

      the box? if its the blaster im gonna crap my pants

    • only the packaging. Figures and accessories will be the same.

  • ronstoneygold

    $50 for Grand Admiral Thrawn? If Tamashii Nations did this figure in their S.H.Figuarts line, it wouldn’t cost this much. And the Figuarts’ would be a far better figure.

    Still, I’m considering the Thrawn purchase only as a designer with some appreciation for packaging. I wonder how long the mystery time slot of availability will last.

  • SID

    $90 for that landspeeder is INSANITY. Who do they think is buying this stuff?

    • Hazzbro Jonez

      dudes who wear basketball shorts in public and have full sleeves of star wars tattoos that go to hot topic and started collecing “toys” when the black series 6 inch line was started.

      hahaah i kid. i over-generalize a lot but it always seems to be these type of people who go to disney land 9 times a year but have no discernible means of income that somehow acquire 3 whole sets of 40th anniversary figures to post on instagram.

      i actually see similar behavior (sometimes even teh same people) in the “sneakerhead” community. kids using bots to buy out whole stores then taking pictures of 40 pairs of shoes for instagram. i feel sorry for these kids
      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/1427fce7db48bf50835a961950e28ea4fc9d48d663a181a89dae334ba9254c50.jpg

      • Hazzbro Jonez

        one of the comments to this picture asked “why”

        and the person who posted responded “why not”

        let’s be clear here….im fine with what i have, i got one set of unopened 40th figures its just these people just don’t seem to have the same connection between their heart and their hobby as some of us other older collectors who have been doing this 20+ years

      • SID

        “AMERICA THE LANDFILL”

        Yup your 1000% on point. I mean I’ve bought multiples myself for trades later but going crazy for SW junk like that is nuts. I mean I passed on a sealed wave 2 case @ my WalMart since I realized EVERYONE is going to be RE-RELEASED in BOXES. I only have the 2 under scaled droids cuz lot of people collect only droids.

        That picture reminds me of the a rich Asian kid that had bought his dog 100x iPhones. The only positive is it proves money is worthless.