Here is a rundown of all the exclusives Mattel will be selling at this years San Diego Comic Con. Most of these we have already shown you but there are a couple new ones like the Max Steel
figure and Ever After High Cerise Wolf
. We also have some better looks at others such as the new Hot Wheels Star Wars Darth Vader car
Darth Vader die-cast car ($40)
1:44 scale Star Wars Darth Vader Die-Cast Car comes packaged in lightsaber packaging with lights and sounds featuring the distinctive red associated with the villainous Sith lord from the Star Wars movies.
Hot Wheels The Homer ($30)
Hot Wheels proudly presents The Homer from everyone’s favorite cartoon show “The Simpsons.” This vehicle is a faithful reproduction in awesome collectible packaging of the Homer Simpson-designed car “that’s everything the average man ever dreamed of!”
Hot Wheels James Bond Aston Martin DB5 ($20)
It’s the movie car that became almost as famous as 007 himself! This detailed Hot Wheels version of James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5 comes with a special spy-catching deco and a Comic-Con package that you won’t want to miss.
Masters of the Universe Classics Hordak ($30)
. Mattel's released other versions of the cartoon bad guy, but this one sports the blue skin and interchangeable cannon arms from Filmation's She-Ra, Princess of Power show from the 1980s. The action figure comes with Hordak's signature magic staff and his sidekick Imp.
Masters of the Universe Goat Man ($27).
An employee of Beast Man, the horned character with the spiffy hammer is plucked from the vintage Golden Books and given the action-figure treatment to put next to He-Man and the rest of your collection.
Turbo Charged Max Steel ($20).
Fans of the Max Steel cartoon and its teenage hero can grab a new action figure based on the main character, transformed into Turbo mode to fend off Makino's invasion and wielding his trademark biomechanical sword Steel.
DC New Way to Play Cyborg ($25).
Cyborg's going to be in the new Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice movie, so get in on the ground floor with the superhero. Dig customization with your toys? Comic-Con Cyborg comes with three cannons, a blade, a wing pack and two interchangeable heads.
Arkham Knight Batmobile ($85).
Gamers have to wait till next year to play Batman: Arkham Knight, but this year they can buy the Dark Knight's sweet new vehicle, a cross between tank and hot rod with sounds and spinning wheels. It comes with a Batman figure, too, so he can look that much snazzier on your desk.
DCU Classics Doomsday ($35).
Doomsday gave Superman the whupping of his life back in the 1990s, and the supervillain receives a 9-inch-tall collectible action figure in the DC Universe Classics line. Doomsday is looking cool in his containment suit, plus he comes in a window box that's an homage to his first appearance in Superman: The Man of Steel No. 18.
DC Classic TV Series Batman Utility Belt ($125).
Admit it: You've watched old Adam West Batman episodes from the 1960s and wished you had that neato utility belt. Well. Mattel's hooking folks up with a replica Bat-belt in bright yellow with four opening pouches, four tubes and a 12-inch plastic Batarang that folds up and slides into the belt. Holy storage, Caped Crusader!
Cars Neon Racers Gift Pack ($50).
Pixar nerds can revisit the international flair of Cars 2 with a Tokyo-flavored racing set featuring a die-cast Lightning McQueen and Shu Todoroki with neon decoration and customized lighting.
Monster High Manny Taur and Iris Clops ($40).
Mattel's not forgetting the contingent of young girls. From its popular horror-themed Monster High franchise, Comic-Con-goers can get a set of the teenage bull-boy Manny plus the very hip — and one-eyed — Iris.
Ever After High Cerise Wolf ($30).
Launched last summer, Ever After High was Mattel's take on fantasy and fairy tales with its dolls, and Cerise Hood, the daughter of Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf, makes her debut in San Diego next month embracing her dad's beastly nature.