Unless you run straight to the booth as soon as the doors open and wait in line for up to five hours. Anyways, G4 had did its regular little segment — if you don’t want to sit through it, Matty Collector’s Facebook page will have pics of everything up later, supposedly. Anyways, the line-up:
? Ghostbusters Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man (bigger than the NECA version) ? DCUC Swamp Thing (the SDCC version comes with UnMen) ? Green Lantern Movie Kilowog ? Green Lantern Barbie as Carol Fenris ? MOTUC Queen Marlena with Cringer (comes with an alternate astronaut suit, since she came from Earth — FYI, she’ll be packaged as Queen Marlena at SDCC and as “Captain Glenn” later on MattyCollector.com because Mattel hates you) ? She-Ra Polly Pocket Trio (She-Ra, Frosta and Catra) ? Some very articulated-looking but very cartoon-y Voltron figure ? Young Justice Superboy in Project Cadmus Outfit
As per usual, these toys will be available on MattyCollector.com after SDCC, with accessories dropped and packaging changed and so forth, as mentioned above. (Via Poe Ghostal)
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