50 Pictures From Hasbro’s NYCC Party: Includes Kre-o STAR TREK and G.I. JOE, IRON MAN 3, STAR WARS ANGRY BIRDS, and More

     October 10, 2012


With New York Comic-Con starting tomorrow, Hasbro invited a number of reporters to a private reception where they showed off some of their upcoming toys that will be on the convention floor.  Included were toys from Iron Man 3, Angry Birds Star Wars, Kre-o Star Trek and Kre-o G.I. Joe (Hasbro’s version of LEGO), a Transformers: Prime – Beast Hunters toy, and they even had some My Little Pony stuff.

While I would have liked to have seen more Iron Man 3 and Marvel toys, I’ll admit it’s a bit early to be pushing IM3.  In addition, with everyone really busy once Comic-Con starts, this preview is a smart way to get early press.  Hit the jump for over 50 images including pictures of the party.

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