Mattel is joining the line-up of this year’s Comic-Con @ Home exclusives companies. While several of their toys and collectibles are available as part of Entertainment Earth’s offerings this year, they’ve also got some items they’ll be releasing through Mattel Creations Instagram starting Thursday, July 23.
Here’s a look at this year’s online-only exclusives:
[UPDATE July 16]
Avengers, assemble! Mattel has unveiled a new Comic-Con @ Home exclusive, via The Hollywood Reporter, that’s all about one of the fan-favorite scenes in Avengers: Endgame. The new SDCC online exclusive Hot Wheels Marvel Land Rover Defender 110 Pickup Truck features Hulk and Rocket Raccoon, on their way to convince Thor to put down the pizza slice and take up his hammer once more. The piece will retail for $25 using Mattel Creations Instagram starting Thursday, July 23.
[UPDATE July 15 – #2]
Your favorite Pizza Planet has a new delivery driver for Comic-Con. Mattel revealed a remixed Pixar Alien Remix Pizza Planet Delivery Driver vinyl, launching on Thursday, July 23 at 9AM on Mattel Creations. No word yet on pricing.
[UPDATE July 15]
Mega Construx Master Chief Micro Action Figures
Spartan, are you ready for your mission? Let’s celebrate nearly 20 years of the Halo franchise by building 6 different versions of MJOLNIR exoskeletons, beginning with the MK V armor and spanning through to the highly anticipated MK VI GEN3 set featured in the upcoming Halo Infinite. Seeking out this set will be every Halo fan’s primary directive. According to Toy News International, this set will sell for $20. Snag this and all the other great exclusives starting July 23rd at 9am PST on Mattel Creations.
[UPDATE July 13]
Journey to a galaxy far, far away for this Mattel 40th anniversary Empire Strikes Back Hot Wheels Star Wars X-Wing Dagobah. Modeled after the part of the film where Luke Skywalker is marooned on the planet of Dagobah and meets Yoda, the X-Wing features “moss” detailing and will retail for $25 in limited quantities. You can find more information on The Hollywood Reporter.