Hasbro San Diego Comic-Con 2017 Exclusives

When  it comes to San Diego Comic-Con exclusives, it doesn’t get bigger than Hasbro. With license to manufacture toys that are consistently at the top of the pop culture want list, this booth is always one of the craziest and has broken the spirits of more SDCC attendees than the Hall H line ever has. That said, if you want the best in Marvel, Star Wars, Transformers, My Little Pony, or the rest of these lines, you must commit to the Hasbro exclusive war.

Take a look at what will be bringing many tears of joy and frustration to this year’s Comic-Con:

[UPDATE April 15]

The first two Hasbro San Diego Comic-Con 2017 exclusives were unveiled today at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, and much like in years past, this year’s Star Wars SDCC exclusive Black Series figures both will be improved upon versions of wide retail releases, with exclusive packaging, accessories, and more.

The first, the Star Wars: The Black Series X-34 Landspeeder & 6-Inch Luke Skywalker, will retail for $89.99. Compared to the regular retail release (which will retail for $59.99 and be available in the fall), the Landspeeder has a more detailed weathered deco, as well as a pop-up hood and engine, and Luke comes equipped with a poncho. Here’s a look:

The second exclusive, Star Wars: The Black Series 6-Inch Grand Admiral Thrawn, will retail for $49.99 (compared to the regular retail release, which will retail for $19.99 and be available in the fall), and comes with very cool SDCC exclusive packaging and extra accessories, including all of his trophies in a special trophy room diorama box. Here’s a look:

You can read more on StarWars.com.

Which Hasbro San Diego Comic-Con exclusives are on your must-buy list? Let us know in the comments.

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Kerry Dixon is Editor-in-Chief of The San Diego Comic-Con Unofficial Blog and the site's resident panel guru.
  • Lord Zardoz

    When did Thrawn acquire the Holy Grail?

  • David

    Safe to assume Hasbro will be another early morning drawing in the Sails Pavilion this year? I understand some other companies have been testing out online lottery systems?

  • C Nelson

    He swiped it from the upper room as soon as Jesus left

  • Suzana Nature

    I really hope so. Their system has been working fairly well over the past years. The only problem seems to be on the SDCC line management that allows people to just cut the line.

  • maxhdrm

    I was there 13 years ago and they had lottery systems back then. I think it is archaic and they should do pre-sell online to pick up like gentlgiant and mattel (or matty use to). That said, I’ve found it sad that some companies want to make money on top of money. If you want GG exclusives Jumpo Trash Monster then A.) its already sold out and B.) only to Premier Guild members. That’s just stupid. $150 on top of the $80 to purchase the item. It shouldn’t be lottery systems because Hasbro’s only thursday selling isn’t fair to convention goers who could only get in one day and Sunday at best. Pre-Sell online for attendees THEN it will be fair. Oh and disclude comic/collector shops. Only let attendees purchase it.