Monday, May 13, 2013

San Diego Comic Con Exclusive SDCC for The Hobbit from The Bridge Direct

In honor of The Hobbit's 13 dwarves, TODAY is the day that The Bridge Direct will start releasing clues about this year's San Diego Comic-Con exclusive figure!! All clues - and the big reveal - will be announced via The Bridge Direct's Facebook and Twitter if you haven't already, please go Like/Follow them:

Not only will you be among the first to know the details about this year's figure, but you'll also have a chance to win one!

Stay tuned for more details about the contest from The Bridge Direct, and good luck!


  1. Hey thanks for posting this Chucky it mean's a lot to me that i get all this vital information as it's important that i can see it daily and also are Bridge posting pics of the SDCC exclusive figure? if so that would be and also long time no see aye Chucky,But it is good to see you and now i have made a Google account now,i can talk to you more.Thanks and any idea from your part as to who the SDCC exclusive figure is?

    1. Just got an update from Bridge Direct today. Here is the update for the SDCC Exclusive.
      We are excited to announce:

      San Diego Comic-Con 2013 Exclusive Hobbit Collector Figure Azog

      Our 7" tall Orc Commander Azog comes in a numbered, limited edition of 2,600 pieces. Azog is depicted as he appears in the prologue scene from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. In the battle between the dwarves and an army of orcs to reclaim Moria, Azog holds the severed head of the dwarf King Thror up in victory. The figure comes with interchangeable hands - the right hand that holds Thror's head can be replaced with a hand capable of holding either his dagger or mace, and the left hand can be switched with the prosthetic spikes that replaced the hand he lost to Thorin's sword.

      June 13th: Photo will be released

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  3. Oh thanks i just saw that yesterday but are you glad about this?! cos i wanted Smaug! where is Smaug!? Thanks Chucky