2014 SDCC Hot Wheels Simpsons & James Bond Exclusives

by Jay Cochran
May 30, 2014
Mattel has announced two Hot Wheel exclusives for this years San Diego Comic Con.

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 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.

Want to park these products in your collection? Here’s how:

MattyCollector.com Voucher Sale 6/23
Before SDCC, pre-order at MattyCollector.com and pick up ONLY at San Diego Comic-Con:

- 6/23 at 8 a.m. PT Early Access (Club Eternia subscribers only)
- 6/24 at 9 a.m. PT All Access (open to everyone if not sold out in Early Access)

San Diego Comic-Con 7/23
- During SDCC, purchase at the Mattel booth at San Diego Comic-Con 7/23-7/27

HotWheelsCollector.com
- After SDCC, order at HotWheelsCollector.com
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