USA Today has posted a gallery with the first look at upcoming Hasbro San Diego Comic-Con 2013 Exclusives. Here’s the toy breakdown.
• My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic – DJ Pon-3 ($49.99)
• Glitter ‘N Gold Jem doll ($140)
• Thunderbolts Marvel Legends set ($89.99)
• GI Joe vs Transformers V.A.M.P. Hound and Skystriker Jetfire
• Star Wars Black Series Boba Fett with Han Solo in Carbonite ($49.99)
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic – DJ Pon-3 ($49.99)
Hasbro brings a slew of exclusive collectible toys every year to Comic-Con, and this year’s no exception. One of the hot figures will definitely be DJ Pon-3 ($49.99), a character from the ‘Friendship Is Magic’ cartoon.
The DJ-Pon 3 My Little Pony exclusive comes with light-up packaging to showcase the Swarovski crystal elements on her sunglasses and unicorn horn.
Glitter ‘N Gold Jem doll ($140)
The Glitter ‘N Gold Jem doll ($140) is a throwback to a product from the 1980s —though a cassette tape is not included this time around.
She’s back and still “truly outrageous”: A special Jem doll ($140) will be available and comes with the pink-haired rocker in a gold outfit, an alternate dress, Jemstar earrings, two pairs of shoes and an album trophy.
Thunderbolts Marvel Legends set ($89.99)
The Thunderbolts Marvel Legends set ($89.99) includes Judith Chambers, Ghost, Crossbones, Luke Cage and Moonstone.
The action figures are based on the designs of ‘Thunderbolts’ comic-book artist Kev Walker.
Even the packaging for the Marvel Legends set is special, based on the look of Thunderbolts Tower from the comics.
GI Joe vs Transformers V.A.M.P. Hound and Skystriker Jetfire
The packaging of the ‘G.I Joe/Transformers’ mash-up exclusive is even a throwback —it pays homage to a 1980s comic-book miniseries.
An old-school G.I. Joe V.A.M.P. vehicle is retooled in the deco of Autobot cult fave Hound, originally an Army Jeep in the cartoon.
The set stars a G.I. Joe Skystriker with a paint job inspired by the Autobot, Jetfire.
No G.I. Joe set is complete without the resident ninja commando Snake Eyes — this time sporting an Autobot logo on his outfit.
If you’re so inclined, you can have the Cobra femme fatale Baroness take Decepticon Ravage out for a walk.
The Decepticon character Bludgeon inspired this action figure of a robotic samurai warrior with a skeleton head.
The Autobot Blaster — and his tapes — shows up in the set in his boom-box form. (Kids, ask your parents what a boom box is.)
Star Wars Black Series Boba Fett with Han Solo in Carbonite ($49.99)
A ‘Star Wars’ Black Series set ($49.99) of Boba Fett and Han Solo in carbonite will be available exclusively at Comic-Con in July.