Super7 San Diego Comic-Con 2017 Exclusives

Toymakers Super7 is returning to San Diego Comic-Con and they’re bringing some Masters of the Universe (and a lot of other goodies) with them. You can find Super7 on the exhibit floor at Booth #4945.

We’ll be updating this master post with all of their exclusives as they get revealed, but for now, here’s a look at what they’ll be bringing to the convention:

[UPDATE July 18]

Here’s two more items you can score at Skeletor’s Lair:

Black Possessed Skeletor – 5.5″ Vintage Collection Figure (all black figure and packaging) 
Skeletor’s Lair pop-up shop exclusive
$25 per figure

Skeletor Piñata
One should wonder what will happen if such a piñata is hit enough times by lucky MOTU fans until it breaks open and spills its secrets. The ONLY way to find out is to be at the opening of Skeletor’s Lair on Wednesday night (19th) at 9:00pm in San Diego!

[UPDATE July 17]

Super7 also has a few more items which will be available at Skeletor’s Lair, their pop-up shop:

Trap Jaw Mini-Comic Version – 3.75″ ReAction Figure 
Skeletor’s Lair pop-up shop exclusive
$15 per figure

Amanda Visell 7-inch Resin Figures 
He-Man and Skeletor Glow-In-The Dark and She-Ra
Skeletor’s Lair pop-up shop exclusives
$120 per figure

[UPDATE July 16]

Super7 has a few more exclusives to show you — including these shirts, which will be available at Booth #4945:

Super7 Against The World 
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Transformers Rorschach
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Star Wars Geometric Boba Fett
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Star Wars Warped Vader
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Star Wars Vintage Japanese Vader
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

[UPDATE July 14]

Super7 unveiled five new exclusive vinyl figures, all heading to Booth #4945.

Metallic Blue Mayhem Alien Queen
5″ Japanese vinyl
SDCC Exclusive
$65

Black Cab Dragon by Super7 x Secret Base x Steve Caballero
4″ Japanese vinyl
SDCC Exclusive
$50

Glow Colonel Stinson by Super7 x Invisible Creature
6″ Japanese glow-in-the-dark vinyl
SDCC Exclusive
$65

Furious Fossil Caveman Dino by Super7
4″ Japanese vinyl
SDCC Exclusive
$35

Aliens M.U.S.C.L.E. 1.75″ Figures – 13 new figures packaged in 3 different 3-packs and 2 different 2-packs 
Available for the 1st time at SDCC
$6 per pack

[UPDATE July 12]

A long time ago… The Worst return as variants that each pay homage to characters from that galaxy far, far away!
The Star Worst
3.75″ ReAction Figures are Comic-Con International Exclusives and will be available individually at our Booth #4945 while supplies last.
$15 per figure.

Skeletor – Red and Beastman – Glow 5″ Japanese Soft Vinyl Figures
Skeletor’s Lair pop-up shop exclusives
$65 per figure

Micro Vinyl He-Man and Skeletor 2″ Figures 
Skeletor’s Lair pop-up shop exclusive in red and black
$10 per figure

Hordak T-Shirt
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Stridor T-Shirt
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Skeletor Madball T-Shirt
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Slime Pit Instructions T-Shirt
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Castle Grayskull T-Shirt
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Orko Embroidered Crewneck Sweatshirt
Sizes XS-3XL
$45

Super7 mascot characters Wing Kong, Batboy and Caveman Dino
Available as 2″ micro Japanese vinyl figures.
Available for $10 per figure at Booth #4949 while supplies last.

[UPDATE July 11]

In addition to collectibles, Super7 always brings some awesome apparel to the convention. These will be available at their booth:

Robotech Valkyrie VF1
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

M.U.S.C.L.E. Logo 
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Transformers Geometric Megatron 
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Transformers Optimus Prime Cut Away 
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

Mega Man Metall 
Sizes XS-3XL
$25

[UPDATE July 10]

Masters of the Universe ReAction Figure Carry Case with Exclusive Merman Mini-Comic 3.75″ Figure
(This figure variant will only be available with the carry case) $45
Available for the 1st time at SDCC

Alien Trash Can – Blood Red Variant 
SDCC Exclusive in blood red
Recreate your favorite Alien moments with the new Wave 1 Alien M.U.S.C.L.E. Trash Can assortment! The can features an embossed Xenomorph lid and contains a set of the 12 Wave 1 figures in blood red variant!
$20

[UPDATE July 7]

Super7 announced several Comic-Con exclusives and debuts today, for everything from Masters of the Universe to Aliens.

Masters of the Universe 3.75″ ReAction Figures – Wave 3
Available for the 1st time at SDCC

Masters of the Universe M.U.S.C.L.E. 4-pack with Wind Raider with He-Man and Roton with Skeletor 
Skeletor’s Lair pop-up shop exclusive purple and orange variants

Aliens M.U.S.C.L.E. 2-pack with Ripley in Power Loader and Alien Queen 
SDCC Exclusive yellow variant

Masters of the Universe Rudy Obrero 1982 Box Art Portfolio 
A collection of 7 high quality 12” x 16” prints featuring the original Masters of the Universe box art oil paintings by legendary artist Rudy Obrero. The collection includes the 6 illustrations from the 1982 boxes, plus a bonus print featuring the preliminary sketch for the Battle Cat box art. These beautiful prints will come in a custom case.Created in collaboration with The Power and The Honor Foundation.
Available for the first time at the Skeletor’s Lair pop-up shop

ReAction Figure Stands 
Pack of 10 featuring 9 clear stands and 1 random colored stand
Available for the 1st time at SDCC

[UPDATE July 5]

Super7 is kicking their exclusive reveals off with a collaboration with Heavy Metal, as well as some of their classic M.U.S.C.L.E. figures for The Worst.

Super7 x Heavy Metal Lord Of Light 3.75-inch ReAction Figure
SDCC Exclusive Black & Gold Variant
Gold Glitter and Detailing

The Worst M.U.S.C.L.E. 1.75-inch Figures
SDCC Exclusive in both blue and green

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  • Cousin Dave

    Definately picking up the Worst figs! Good job Super 7

  • Jonathan Pattison

    Dang, they really DID want it to be like the 80s. Still, Mattel did this sooooooo much better. Sadly won’t be going to ol’ Bonehead’s lair. Thanks Super 7, but no thanks.

  • maxhdrm

    I think they may be getting carried away with the whole MUSCLE line but their Filmation series He-Man figures were right on pare with mattel. Those are cool. Of course that’s because the FourHorsemen designed them just like they did for Mattel so…ya know…Mattel is just like Super7, the toy maker, not the designer. I just didn’t like being forced to buy a 4-pack figure when I only wanted one out of the pack. I found that non-consumer friendly. I like some of their mainstream stuff, not so much the weird stuff and I gotta have that prime shirt. I just wish I could get them to make more of that Battlecat face plaque on the wall of their San Diego store. Never can seem to get an answer from them on that. I am also hoping for a 12″ Filmation He-man like Mattel did for She-Ra, though I’m not sure they are up to the challenge.