Hasbro’s San Diego Comic-Con 2016 exclusives are now available for purchase, on Hasbro Toy Shop, for purchase for those who couldn’t make it to SDCC.
Included in this year’s exclusives is our personal favorite Transformers Soundwave Tablet, which looks like an ordinary tablet that would give the iPad a run for its money when it comes to streamlined design. The tablet transforms to become Decepticon communications officer Soundwave. The Transformers Soundwave Tablet is priced $39.99.
Hasbro’s Transformers Generations Titans Return Titan Force set brings the battle to return Cybertron to its former glory to life in toy form. The set includes a Voyager Class Sentinel Prime Triple Changer that can transform from robot, to space jet and train; a Deluxe Class Brainstorm that transforms into a Cybertronian jet fighter; a Deluxe Class Windblade that transforms into a VTOL jet; and Titan Masters Teslor and Infinitus who transform from robot to heads that can be combined with other Deluxe, Voyager and Leader Class Titans Returns Transformers. The Transformers Generations Titans Return Titan Force set is priced $74.99.
Finally, with Hasbro noting that they’re working on a developing a cinematic universe where all their intellectual properties can intermingle, the G.I. Joe and Transformers box set brings that one step closer to reality. The fourth set of its type offered throughout the years at SDCC, this set features Autobot Powerglide, who takes the form of a Rattler jet, and Decepticon Soundwave, disguised as a H.I.S.S. Tank. The Joe team’s counter-intelligence officer Scarlett teams up with Powerglide, while Soundwave is aided by Master of Disguise and Cobra ally Zartan, who includes a variety of interchangeable portraits including one mimicking Scarlett’s love interest and G.I. Joe leader Duke. The G.I. Joe and Transformers box set is priced $99.99.