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New Tron box-set leading the way for DST’s SDCC exclusives

No, your eyes don’t deceive you. Though there still isn’t a (real) SDCC this year, Diamond still has some exclusives on tap, and the Tron box-set is the first.

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As SDCC is set to happen here in 2021, it’s a bit complex. There’s no big show this summer, that’s been canned once again in the face of a world that’s not completely over Covid yet. There will be something though, with a smaller convention happening this November, over Thanksgiving.

But even with the SDCC (such as it will be) happening in the fall, it seems as though companies will still be debuting their exclusives in the warmer months. Case in point, Diamond Select Toys. DST has just taken the wraps off of its first scheduled item, and it’s a winner.

A box-set of Tron figures, molded in translucent colored plastic will be up for order. If you’re wondering why the radical look, well then you don’t likely know what the film’s original toy line looked like.

Because these are as close as you’re going to find anywhere.

San Diego 2021 Tron Retro Deluxe Action Figure Box Set

Visit the far-flung future of 1982! As we approach 40 years of Tron, Diamond Select Toys is looking back to the original Tron toy releases for this new exclusive box set! These three 7-inch figures – Tron, Sark and Flynn – are cast in translucent material to replicate their 1982 action figures, with black-light-reactive printed details. Each comes packaged on a retro-styled blister card, and all three come packaged in a full-color window box. Limited to only 3,000 pieces! Designed by Yuri Tming, sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios! (Item #SEP209387, SRP: $80.00)

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As you can see, this set is priced in at $80 USD, and is pretty darn limited at 3 thousand pieces. So if you want one in your collection (I know I do), then you might want to act fast. It’s up for pre-order right now from several outlets online, including right from Gentle Giant.

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