Mattel has announced it will host two fan panels at the New York Comic Con (Feb 6 – 8, 2009) that promises to unveil a lot of new products, and some show exclusives.

Saturday February 7, 2009

11:00 – 12:00: Mattel and DC Comics — a heroic partnership. You’ve been a fan of Mattel’s popular DC Comics toy lines, now find out the latest news, sneak peaks and behind the scenes scoop on your favorite Mattel/DC action figures including DC Universe Classics, Batman, Justice League Unlimited, Infinite Heroes, plus exciting new lines like Batman: The Brave and the Bold as well as the world premier of brand new action figures!

Join Mattel Toy Designer Bill Benecke, Mattel Marketing Brand Manager Scott Neitlich (AKA “Toy Guru”), The Four Horsemen and DC Comics SVP of Brand Management Cheryl Rubin for an insightful Q&A. Not to be missed! Room 1A14.

1:30 – 2:30: Updates and Announcements: Are you a fan? Last year at NYCC Matty announced a brand new MOTU toy line exclusive to Come this year to find out the latest information, not just on your favorite He-Man and She-Ra toys, but on all the other exciting exclusive product for 2009 including toys from DC Universe, Justice League, Cars, Batman and Toy Story.

Panel includes an insightful Q & A with Mattel Toy Designer Bill Benecke, Mattel Marketing Brand Manager Scott Neitlich (AKA “Toy Guru”) and special guests the Four Horsemen. As an extra bonus, Matty, the original Mattel Toy Guru may even make an appearance live to reveal a major announcement about a brand new line available no where else! Be here or miss out on all the Matty action! Room 1A14

via Mattel

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