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Hasbro announces electronic Red Skull exclusive for SDCC 2018

by Sean P. Aune | July 6, 2018July 6, 2018 9:30 am PDT

As San Diego Comic-Con draws closer, the last of the exclusives are being revealed. On Friday Hasbro finally announced a long-rumored Marvel Legends exclusive, the Red Skull & Electronic Tesseract.

Hasbro is celebrating a decade of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with special Marvel Legends sets this year marking the various films in the series. This set for San Diego Comic-Con, however, comes with a bit of a twist that it comes with a 1:1 scale electronic Tesseract.

The set will retail for $59.99 at the show, and a limited number will be available online after the show at Hasbro Toy Shop. Considering how good the Tesseract looks, the Red Skull almost feels like a bonus.

  • MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES RED SKULL & ELECTRONIC TESSERACT
  • MARVEL STUDIOS: THE FIRST TEN YEARS #0
  • (HASBRO/Age Adult/Approx. Retail Price: $59.99/Available at Booth #3329 at Comic-Con International in San Diego)

Fans can commemorate 10 years of epic blockbusters with new MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES figures in the MARVEL STUDIOS: THE FIRST TEN YEARS collection! Imagine JOHANN SCHMIDT claiming the title of RED SKULL and controlling the power of the TESSERACT. Comes with a 6-inch-scale RED SKULL figure, featuring movie-inspired design from CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER and premium articulation and design. The TESSERACT lights up and features alternating light patterns, as well as a seamless battery install for an authentic look and feel. Includes figure, accessory, and electronic TESSERACT. The MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES RED SKULL & ELECTRONIC TESSERACT will be for sale at San Diego Comic-Con 2018. Limited quantities of this item will be available at select conventions and select online retailers after the convention in the relevant market (including HasbroToyShop.com where available). Good while supplies last.

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Sean P. Aune

Sean Aune has been a pop culture aficionado since before there was even a term for pop culture. From the time his father brought home Amazing...


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