More G.I.Joe 2010 SDCC Exclusive Sgt. Slaughter Info & Images

by Jay Cochran
March 10, 2010
Following last week's reveal of the 2010 San Diego Comic Con Exclusive Sgt. Slaughter figure, Hasbro has been so kind as to release more images and official details for this upcoming figure.

- There are going to be two different versions of the Sgt. Slaughter 3.75-inch figure – a primary figure (PF) and variant figure (VF), sold separately.

- Re: accessories, both the PF and VF will come with a whistle and a non-removable hat. The PF also comes with a weight belt, baton, and microphone; the VF also comes with a machine gun and revolver.

- There is the potential for the PF and VF to be sold online at HasbroToyShop.com following SDCC, but that is not guaranteed based on the “special edition” nature of the PF and the “special SPECIAL edition” nature of the VF.

- Pricing is TBA.

- As announced at New York Toy Fair: Sgt. Slaughter himself will be present at the Hasbro booth at SDCC (date/time TBA).


So nothing really new here from what we have already told you, but we wanted to pass on the "official" news none-the-less. Check out hi-res images of the figure in our GALLERY below.
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