Toys R Us has ten exclusives which will make their debut at Comic Con next week. With some big company tie-ins, previews of some exciting new toy lines, and even the first, ever Joss Whedon figure the TRU booth should definitely be on your shopping list.
From the Marvel Universe X-Factor box set to a classic cloaked Predator to an Adventure Time 2-pack, the range of items TRU will be selling is pretty wide. TRU’s booth will also offer preview figures from exciting upcoming properties like Halo 4, Nickelodeon’s TMNT and The Hobbit movie.
Here’s the whole rundown on what you can find at the TRU booth at Comic Con… and where and when to order if you won’t be at the Con!
Toys”R”Us Exclusives! Toys”R”Us® is exclusively partnering with Entertainment Earth® again this year, offering 11 Exclusives at our booth! Choose from Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope DVD with Morgan Spurlock and Joss Whedon Mini-Figures ($30); Classic Masked Predator™ Cloaked Action Figure ($20); MAD Magazine’s® Just Us League of Stupid Heroes™ Batman and Robin 2-Pack ($50); X-Men® X-Factor® 3 3/4-Inch Collector Pack ($50); My Little Pony™ Zecora ($10); 11 1/2-inch WINX Club® Princess Bloom Doll ($30); Regular Show™ Mordecai Action Figure ($15); Adventure Time™ Finn and Fiona 2-Inch Figure Set ($15); Halo 4™ Master Chief ($15); The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey™ Invisible Bilbo Baggins™ Action Figure ($25); and 10 1/2-inch action figures of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles™ Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo ($30 each, sold separately, or buy all 4 for $100).
Fans unable to trek to San Diego will be able to purchase the exclusive Toys”R”Us merchandise online at Toysrus.com/ComicCon2012 starting Thursday, July 12. (Halo 4 Master Chief available at Toysrus.com in August.) All Toys”R”Us Exclusives are limited editions and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
I always love it when companies make their Comic Con exclusive items available to the non-attending public, and TRU is the best at this, with all their items going up for sale at a set time, during the show… it helps capture some of the magic of the Con for those stuck at home, and it’s easy enough that there’s no reason to be stressed out about trying to get your hands on the exclusives you’re after. Hasbro should really take a page from the TRU notebook when it comes to getting Con exclusives out to their fans in as stress-free a way as possible.
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