Friday, July 21, 2017

SDCC 2017: Hasbro Panel Reveals & Recap


By Ciaran Duggan and Dominic Jones

Hasbro have announced a new range of  Star Wars toys that are set to be released in the not too distant future, including black series figures of General Organa and Maz Kanata, and Rey's Force FX lightsaber.  SWU Head Writer Dominic Jones was in attendance and here's what he saw!

In addition, a vintage collection of super articulated 3.75" figures will be released in Spring 2018. this will include figures of classic characters as well as new ones from new projects such as a Rey, Kylo, Dr Aphra, Jyn, Cassian, a Death Trooper and First Order stormtrooper.

Force Friday

Force FX Lightsabers
The Black Series
3.75" Scale Figures
The Vintage Collection
Forces of Destiny

A range of new Forces of Destiny merchandise was also announced including Padme in the Naboo pilot outfit she wore in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones.
You can check out pictures of the announced toys from the presentation and Hasbro booth below,

What do you make of the announcements made by Hasbro about the new black series figures, vintage collection and forces of destiny merchandise. Are you excited? Let us know in the comments below.

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