Diamond Select Toys has announced that Walgreen’s will once again become the exclusive place to find toys, as the chain of stores will sell an exclusive Marvel Minimates Animated line of toys.

Marvel Minimates Animated Series 1 will feature four different two-packs, each with show-specific packaging design:

  • From Avengers Assemble, that show’s two-pack will pair Hulk and Captain America, with alternate faces for each, plus a shield and an unmasked hairpiece for Steve Rogers.
  • From Guardians of the Galaxy, a two-pack of Star-Lord and Groot will come with a 1-inch micro-figure of Rocket Raccoon, as well as a blaster and a mask for Star-Lord.
  • From Ultimate Spider-Man; a two-pack matching up Spider-Man with Electro will come with an alternate Spidey head, a webline, lightning blasts and an energy base. Plus, Electro glows in the dark!
  • Also from Ultimate Spider-Man, a second two-pack will include Spider-Man 2099 and Agent Venom, with a webline.

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Walgreen’s has had a couple of exclusive lines of toys in the last year or so, including Doctor Who action figures, and a line of Spider-Man, Thor, and Punisher Pop! Vinyl bobble heads.

The Marvel Minimates Animated Series will arrive in stores on September 4, 2015.

via Diamond Select Toys

1 Comment

  1. Alisha
    June 17, 2015 at 1:22 pm — Reply

    Oh goodie, this will be out just a little over a month before my birthday, so I can add these to my birthday list.

    Now hopefully one of the nearby stores will have them since the one in my town never got the other exclusive stuff.

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