Welcome back to Toy Aisle, the regular summary of all things to do with toys. This week even more exclusive Comic-Con artists from San Diego (no matter if we go or not!) Put in our wallets. Captain Phasma goes to medieval Japan. A very large Toy Story piggy bank is ready to enjoy your coins and more. Check it out!
SDCC Exclusivity: Hasbro Marvel Legends Series The Collector & The Grandmaster Two-Pack  Taika Waititi & # 39; s Thor: Ragnarok was a total pleasure, but let's be honest, the film should have been The Grandmaster since Jeff Goldblum's character had every second of his screen time. For the San Diego Comic-Con, Hasbro adds the Grand Master, along with Benicio Del Toro's Guardians of the Galaxy (19459027), to his 6-inch Marvel Legends series. The $ 50 double pack is initially available only at the SDCC booth of Hasbro (# 3329). However, after the show, limited quantities will be available on other conventions in North America, South America, Europe and Australia later this year than selected retailers in Asia.
SDCC Exclusivity: Bandai 65th Anniversary 1954 Godzilla Deluxe Vinyl Figure
Bandai's series of vinyl Kaiju series is making a special debut for Comic-Con in this shiny version of the legendary debut design of the Big G. Of course, in the past there were vinyl figures based on Godella's 1954 appearance, but aside from the fancy packaging, this exclusivity adds to it by being cast in a "limited edition" translucent flake vinyl that is painted black and white is. If you want one, you'll need to go over to the official Godzilla booth at the San Diego Comic-Con and spend over $ 30 on the fun.
Takara Tomy ARTS Sega Mega Drive Scale 1:16
Da If it's a Japanese product, we can actually call it the real name down here (basically in every market except the US). But we need to get away from the Mega Drive / Genesis name fight right away to get started. Oh my god, look how cute it is.
This small capsule toy Mega Drive will be released this winter in Japan. and you can not help but admire that a) the Mega Drive is a really gorgeous video game console and b) is so tiny . It's basically a mega drive for your action figures. If you want to play an actual mini mega-drive, born Genesis ( ugh ), you can of course also play this. But it's not as small as this adorable little thing, so honestly, who cares that it actually plays games ? [Nintendo Soup]
Batman: The Animated Series Batcycle With Batman Figure
There's one more Lots of love and nostalgia for Bruce Timm's takeover of the Batmobile in Batman: The Animated Series, but you rarely see such a great appreciation for the Batcycle from this series – which is tragic because it has an equally fantastic design. DC Collectibles finally gets on with it, as this rolling replica with work lights and a 6.3-inch Batman figure with 27 articulation points is easy to get in and has a moveable cape to create the illusion that it would flutter in the wind , Big Bad Toy Store offers it pre-orderable for $ 55, and you only have to wait until August to test it out.
Exclusive to SDCC: Lego Marvel's Spider-Man Minifigure
This is another thing you want, but you probably will not get from this year's San Diego Comic-Con (without having to pay the nose in the aftermarket). Lego today unveiled one of its coveted exclusive minifigures for this year's SDCC, and it's none other than Spider-Man. Specially is the "Advanced Suit" Spider-Man from the excellent Playstation 4 video game Marvel's Spider-Man.
It looks good! Unfortunately, please note that this is the next raffle you will see, as it is not exclusive to Lego's SDCC offerings, but is only available if you enter a raffle and win it. First day of the congress, 18 . July. So good luck if you try – or probably good luck if you find a reseller who does not charge any nut prices afterwards!