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SDCC Barbie Star Trek 50th Anniversary Doll - $50

“In the first pilot episode, “The Cage,” the Talosians use their power of illusion to interest Captain Pike in a young woman named Vina. They present her in various guises and settings, including as a beautiful, green-skinned Orion girl. Dressed in her shimmering metallic gold dancer’s dress with matching gold arm cuff, Vina as an Orion remains one of the most enduring images from Star Trek.”

This product will be available for pre-order at MattyCollector.com on June 15, 2016 for subscribers only (Early Access), and from June 16 through June 25 for everyone else (All Access). Orders must be picked up in person at San Diego Comic-Con. Products will also be available for purchase at the convention.

Celebrating 75 Years of Wonder Woman

To mark the 75th anniversary of one of the world’s best-known Super Heroes, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment unveiled plans for a year-long celebration of Wonder Woman. The character has transcended the pages of comics to become a powerful global symbol of justice, equality and peace.

Beginning with a new commemorative logo honoring the Amazon Princess’s legacy, highlights of the year will include the relaunch of her comic book series; new graphic novels; convention panels; and consumer products, including apparel, toys and other exclusive merchandise. These events will culminate in the release of the first “Wonder Woman” feature film on June 2, 2017.

Among the events and products Wonder Woman fans can look forward to over the next year from Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment are:

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Hello everyone! Here’s a little reminder of Comic-Con exclusives:
The San Diego Comic-Con is around the corner, and pre-orders for this year’s exclusives for Ever After High, Monster High and DC Super Hero Girls are about to go up. Here are some important things to know about those to prevent you from the hassle -

- If you are NOT attending this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, do NOT pre-order them! Mattycollector.com has made it clear every year that the pre-orders MUST be picked up at Comic-Con before Saturday, or else they will be sold to others during the convention. You MUST have a Comic-Con badge in order for them to release them to you. If you pre-order and don’t have a badge or you are not attending the event, you money will NOT be refunded. This also applies to those only attending on Sunday. Avoid the hassle and do not pre-order if you can’t make it to the event. You’ve been warned!

- I personally do not recommend you to pre-order from eBay sellers as of yet. Consider that none of those sellers have a guaranteed chance on getting the dolls you’ve pre-ordered. Sure, if they can’t get them they’re more than likely to cancel your order, but why go through the hassle of contacting eBay and such for a refund, right? I recommend that if you want these dolls, wait until the sellers actually have them in hand or he/she has a way to prove to you that they’ve been pre-ordered or acquired.

- If you are attending and planning to pre-order, use a credit card that has THE SAME NAME as the name of your badge. They will be making sure that your badge name matches your card name, or they won’t release (even if you have the receipt). You must present your badge, credit card, ID and the receipt for them to release your pre-orders to you. If your friend/family member is attending but you are not and you would like to pre-order, ask them if they could pre-order using their card for you and pay them later, because if you pre-order them with your personal credit card and they go and pick them up, they’ll see the names do not match and they will not release the items.

These advices are so you won’t experience problems or disappointments. I agree on the fact that it’s really upsetting that you will only be able to get them here or to pay outrageous prices for them, but that’s something that’s been going on for years now, unfortunately. Remember that if all goes well, we’ll be doing an international giveaway in the future. More details will come once we acquire the exclusives in July. We will be going all four days so we’ll bring you tons of pictures and news we hear at the event!

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Hello everyone! Here’s a little reminder of Comic-Con exclusives:
The San Diego Comic-Con is around the corner, and pre-orders for this year’s exclusives for both Ever After High and Monster High are about to go up. Here are some important things to know about those to prevent you from the hassle -

- If you are NOT attending this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, do NOT pre-order them! Mattycollector.com has made it clear every year that the pre-orders MUST be picked up at Comic-Con before Saturday, or else they will be sold to others in the convention. You MUST have a Comic-Con badge in order for them to release them to you. If you pre-order and don’t have a badge or you are not attending the event, you money will NOT be refunded. This also applies to those only attending on Sunday. Avoid the hassle and do not pre-order if you can’t make it to the event. You’ve been warned!
- I personally do not recommend you to pre-order from eBay sellers as of yet. Consider that none of those sellers have a guaranteed chance on getting the dolls you’ve pre-ordered. Sure, if they can’t get them they’re more than likely to cancel your order, but why go through the hassle of contacting eBay and such for a refund, right? I recommend that if you want these dolls, wait until the sellers actually has them in hand or he/she has a way to prove to you that they’ve been pre-ordered or acquired.
- If you are attending and planning to pre-order, use a credit card that has THE SAME NAME as the name of your badge. They will be making sure that your badge name matches your card name, or they won’t release (even if you have the receipt). You must present your badge, credit card, ID and the receipt for them to release your pre-orders to you.

These advices are so you won’t experience problems or disappointments. I agree on the fact that it’s really upsetting that you will only be able to get them here or to pay outrageous prices for them, but that’s something that’s been going on for years now, unfortunately. Remember that if all goes well, we’ll be doing an international giveaway in the future. More details will come once we acquire the exclusives in July. We will be going all four days so we’ll bring you tons of pictures and news we hear at the event!