Hot Toys STGCC 2015 Display – Star Wars, Marvel, Terminator, and More!

The biggest pop-culture event in Singapore, the Singapore, Toy Game & Comic Convention (STGCC) took place this past weekend. Some photos popped up on Facebook of the Hot Toys STGCC 2015 Display, which surprisingly only reveals one item that hasn’t been seen in the past.

With good reason, most of the Hot Toys display features Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Wars Original Trilogy, and Marvel Cinematic Universe figures. Kylo Ren and the First Order Stormtroopers are there in the Star Wars section and Ant-Man, Yellow-Jacket, the new exclusive Iron Man Mark 3 and the Avengers are there in the Marvel section.

What always seems to surprise me about the photos Hot Toys shares on their Facebook Page from events they attend is that they always seem to take photos of everything, but they take photos of nothing. What I mean by this is that they seem to take photos of the entire booth, but they purposely leave some figures.

Thankfully, someone shared some photos on OSR featuring the rest of the Hot Toys STGCC Booth. In the rest of the booth Hot Toys didn’t have much, except that new Marty McFly that was seen at SDCC 2015 and some Terminator figures, including a brand new Endoskeleton sixth scale figure from Terminator: Genisys.

Overall I would say STGCC 2015 was rather disappointing for Hot Toys. I’m sure they have a lot of cool new figures from the upcoming Star Wars movie on deck, but they can’t reveal them until the movie’s release gets closer. I’m usually pretty patient, but with all these other companies revealing most of their new Star Wars stuff already, I’m beginning to become impatient. Let’s go Disney!

You can pre-order most of the figures featured in the image gallery below at Sideshow Collectibles, the official distributor for Hot Toys in North America.

Hot Toys at STGCC

By Bryan Stewart

Bryan first discovered an appreciation for action figures at an early age, setting up elaborate GI Joe ant hill attacks, complete with firework pyrotechnics. Due to the high injury rate for the Joes, replacements were a constant necessity.

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