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LEGO Super Mario Rumored SDCC 2020 Exclusive

San Diego Comic Con 2020 goes virtual this year and we’ve already reported that LEGO won’t be doing any panels as confirmed on the schedule. As for the LEGO exclusive, there’s no word on anything but there are rumors floating around Instagram about one that is LEGO Super Mario related. The set is called Toad’s Special Hideaway (77907) and it is priced at $19.99. There’s no details on where it will be sold at but it could be sold online at Target similar to the LEGO Star Wars Celebration 2019 Darth Vader Bust (75227). As always, nothing is confirmed so we’ll see if LEGO does anything next week.

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No LEGO Panels at San Diego Comic Con 2020 @ Home

San Diego Comic Con 2020 has been officially cancelled but in its replacement, they have announced that there will be virtual panels held on all four days. The programming schedule for the days have been released and surprisingly there will be no LEGO related panels. That doesn’t mean that LEGO can’t or won’t be doing their own things on their social media channels.

Usually, LEGO shows off some products for the following year and it’s possible they could still do that. As for the exclusives, I have no idea if they will be doing any giveaways or selling any sets online if they already have things planned for SDCC so it’s just a wait and see situation.

The whole COVID-19 pandemic has put a hamper on things and San Diego Comic Con was the most anticipated event for me every year. I’ll missing driving to the convention center and doing all the LEGO related events including waiting in line for the LEGO exclusives. Hopefully we’ll get to see something that gives us our fill as a replacement for not going.

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San Diego Comic Con 2020 Officially Cancelled

You may have seen the big pop culture announcement yesterday but in case you didn’t, it was announced that San Diego Comic Con 2020 has been officially cancelled. It’s not too surprising as businesses still aren’t ready to be opened and probably won’t be for some time due to the COVID-19 situation.

As for the LEGO exclusives that were planned for the event, nobody knows what will happen to them since everyone had to switch strategies. It is possible that LEGO puts them on the Reward Center as a raffle but that would be somewhat unfair for the attendees who were supposed to be there as it was an exclusive thing to them. Either way, we’ll see what LEGO does with the products they had planned for SDCC, if anything.

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