Next in the Hasbro presentation was the Command series, which are done in the classic army-man style, feature metallic paint to separate the good guys (in gold) from the bad (in silver). They showed off a EpIV Desert Escape pack and a positively giant Galactic Battlefield set of 93 figures which will be a TRU exclusive and contain a "secret reveal" figure within each pack. Also in the presentation was a Death Star Command Station carrying case with storage for 100 figures.
Moving onto the Hero series, we got a peek at an assortment of exclusives:
- For Walmart is the gigantic Millennium Falcon (at a low price to boot).
- Sam's Club will get an electronic Luke Skywalker X-Wing (with sounds and light-up R2)
- Amazon.com will get the Jedi Force Classic Trilogy Pack
- Target will have a 12-inch Hero Series set that will include a Heroes & Villains pack with six (!) figures.
Target will also see some exclusive vehicles, including the Inquistior with TIE Advance, AT-DP and Driver, and from Rebels a Phantom and Pilot.