Official Images and Information On Hasbro’s SDCC Exclusives!
Dinobot and Kreon fans, get hyped, because Hasbro’s got some big goodies for you at SDCC – and at HasbroToyShop after the con. Hit the Read More for more info and images!
First of all, there’s the Kreon Class of 1984 set!
KRE-O TRANSFORMERS KRE-O CLASS OF 1984 KREON 30-Pack
(Ages: 6 & up/ Approx. Retail Price: $59.99/ Available through HasbroToyShop.com or Booth #3329 at Comic-Con International in San Diego)
Party like it’s 1984 with this “Yearbook” edition of 30 of your favorite AUTOBOT and DECEPTICON KREONS, all in unique G1 and G2 decos! Fan-favorites like OPTIMUS PRIME, SOUNDWAVE and ARCEE are included, along with ULTRA MAGNUS, DECEPTICON RUMBLE and DECEPTICON FRENZY making their KREON debut! Also includes totally tubular ‘80s accessories like a floppy disk, a boom box…even a KREON mullet! Following the convention, a limited number will be available on HasbroToyShop.com.
Second, we have the Dinobot action figure collection!
TRANSFORMERS DINOBOTS Action Figure Collection
(Ages: 8 & up/ Approx. Retail Price: $159.99/ Available through HasbroToyShop.com or Booth #3329 at Comic-Con International in San Diego)
The DINOBOTS are back! The breakout stars of TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION are featured in this set, each with a G1-inspired deco, complete with vac-metal parts! Voyager scale GRIMLOCK and Deluxe scale SNARL, STRAFE and DINOBOT SLUG charge into battle in the steel and gold look that made them famous back in 1985. The DINOBOTS come in a package designed by world-famous pop-up artist Matthew Reinhart (TRANSFORMERS: THE ULTIMATE POP-UP UNIVERSE) that converts into the famed Autobot Ark and Mount St. Hilary from the original G1 animation! Following the convention, a limited number will be available on HasbroToyShop.com
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