SDCC 2014: Magic the Gathering NERF Garruk’s Axe Card Set Exclusively at Hasbro Booth

Hasbro is coming to San Diego Comic-Con, as you should already know. They have already revealed a ton of exclusives of their own, but today USA Today announced the team up that everyone has been waiting for. Hasbro has teamed up with Wizards of the Coast to offer a SDCC 2014 exclusive Magic the Gathering NERF Garruk’s Axe card set.

If you don’t think that the NERF axe is pretty cool, the set also comes with six limited-edition alternate-art Planeswalkers cards illustrated by comic-book artist Jae Lee. He is going to be available for a signing sessions at the Hasbro booth during San Diego Comic-Con from 9-10 a.m. on July 26th.

Cards included in this exclusive set are “Garruk, Apex Predator”, “Ajani Steadfast”, “Jace, the Living Guildpact”, “Liliana Vess”, “Chandra Pyromaster”, and “Nissa, Worldwaker”.

SEE ALSO: SDCC 2014: More NERF Magic the Gathering Garruk’s Axe Card Set Images are Released

If you are going to be heading to Comic-Con in a couple of weeks, you can find this set available in the HasbroToyShop booth for $110.99. Following the convention, a limited number of NERF/Magic the Gathering sets will be available on

There are hundreds of exclusives that will be available at San Diego Comic-Con this year. Why don’t you check out what some of the other exclusive items are going to be on our 2014 SDCC Exclusives Checklist?

By Nick Lenihan

Nick is toy fan, geek, and action figure collector. When not geeking out about action figures and keeping up with the latest Toy News, he likes to pretend to play guitar. He's just another one of those pop culture fanatics that likes to share his passion with the world.

1 comment

  1. Why in the name of the FSM do we get more of these?

    Was last years shitstorm not enough?

    Extremely limited promos only available to a minimal demographic and region is terrible, as awesome as the cards themselves and the art are.

    Ship this to every store that want them or don’t print them at all, Hasbro needs to stop undermining their brands for $$$.

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