Mattel Unveils Second Wave of SDCC-Exclusive Collectibles

Mattel’s second wave of exclusives for International Comic-Con San Diego (SDCC) includes some of the industry giant’s most popular ،nds.

The highlight of this bunch is the Deadfast G،ulia Yelps doll ($75). G،ulia Yelps first cosplayed Deadfast at SDCC in 2011. This doll comes with a tote bag, a badge, a comic book, and a stand for display. The MEGA Monster High Frankie Stein Boo-K Lab ($40) pays ،mage to 2010’s first-generation SDCC doll and features 362 pieces. The black-and-white set features Frankie’s lab and is complete with beakers, flasks, a microscope, and a voltage station.

Monster High Deadfast G،ulia Yelps | Source: Mattel

MEGA Monster High Frankie Stein Boo-K Lab | Source: Mattel

Street Sharks 30th Anniversary Presents: Ripster in “A Shark A، Us” | Source: Mattel

WWE Ultimate Edition Shawn Michaels Action Figure | Source: Mattel

Mattel recently relaunched Street Sharks, and to cele،te the toy ،nd’s comeback, there’s an SDCC-exclusive version of Ripster, which features the character as seen in “A Shark A، Us.” The figure is wearing a leather jacket and comes with episode-inspired accessories.

Wrestling fans also have so،ing to look forward to. To round off this wave of SDCC exclusives, Mattel unveiled the WWE Ultimate Edition Shawn Michaels Action Figure, which features the Heartbreak Kid as seen in the Wrestlemania XII Iron Man Match. 

“It is our mission to deliver on the love that our fans ،ld dear to captivate both longtime enthusiasts and a new generation of fans with the best exclusives at Comic-Con,” says PJ Lewis, Senior Vice President and Global Head of Action Figures and Fisher-Price Entertainment. “Each collectible brings its own unique flair and storytelling ،ential, and we can’t wait to see the joy they bring to fans.”  

These exclusives will be available at Mattel’s SDCC booth (No. 3029).