SDCC: The Mattel Booth – UPDATED

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SDCC Exclusive Aquaman Set (photo by Figures.com)
SDCC Exclusive Aquaman Set (photo by Figures.com)

Mattel pulled out all the stops with their booth this year. It looks as if the company is going all in on the upcoming Aquaman film, and that is a welcome sight! From Hot Wheels to DC Multiverse, the company showcased loads of new items this year!

Keep in mind, that typically each day, companies bring out one to two new items for display to keep people coming back to their booths. So keep it here for updates as they break.

Enjoy some of the sights from the Mattel booth at San Diego Comic-Con 2018! For even more photos, hit the source link at the bottom of the page!

UPDATE – We have some better pics of the DC Multiverse figures on display.

UPDATE 2 – New DC Multiverse figure waves have been announced. Thanks to the fine folks at ToyArk.com, we have a look at the new waves. The first wave we reported on a few months ago, which features Batman Beyond, Kingdom Come Superman, Kyle Rayner Green Lantern, Kid Flash, and CnC Lobo. The next two waves include:

First wave:

  • Black Canary
  • John Stewart Green Lantern
  • Kid Flash
  • Starfire
  • Nightwing
  • Batman Ninja Anime (possibly in this line)
  • Batman Ninja Anime Joker (possibly in this line)

Second wave:

  • Flashpoint Aquaman
  • Mammoth (CnC)
  • Beast Boy
  • Katana
  • Hawkgirl

Enjoy the photos below!

So what are your thoughts on this one? Let us know in the comment section below!

About Mattel:

Mattel, the largest toy company in the world, was founded in 1945. It produces a huge range of dolls, toys, games, and video games for boys and girls of all ages. In addition to the company’s very-well-known lines like Barbie and Hot Wheels, Mattel also provides merchandise under license to some of the world’s most famous properties. Many of the firm’s products have become a part of our culture and one would be hard pressed to find any adult in this country who has not owned, played with, or at least touched one of Mattel’s myriad of toys.

Source :

Figures.com

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