Toy Fair 2008: Hasbro's Hulk Movie Toy Photos (UPDATED)

Toy Fair 2008: Hasbro's Hulk Movie Toy Photos (UPDATED)

Ryno - February 16, 2008
For nearly 50 years, Marvel’s The Incredible Hulk has been one of the most popular and recognizable Super Hero characters in the world. As Hulk fans await Bruce Banner’s alter ego smashing back into theaters on June 13, 2008 in Marvel Studios’ The Incredible Hulk, Hasbro unveils a monstrous new series of toys, games, and collectibles inspired by the movie.

Highlights from the strong toy line-up include the ultimate Hulk role-playing toy HULK SMASH HANDS, movie action figures that appeal to kids and collectors alike, and even a singing and dancing HULKEY POKEY HULK plush figure that shows a more cuddly side of the Super Hero for the pre-school crowd.

INCREDIBLE HULK products available Spring 2008


(Approximate Retail Price: $19.99; Ages 3 & up; Available: May 3, 2008)

Children and adult fans alike will have a smashing good time as they pack a punch with the HULK SMASH HANDS. Slip on these green, super-sized, electronic, plush fists and feel like the most powerful being in the universe! Smash and bash the HULK SMASH HANDS to activate sound effects, creating a fun and exciting role-playing experience. One size fits all.


(Approximate Retail Price: $29.99; Ages: 18 months & up; Available: May 3, 2008)

Introduce a new generation of young Super Hero fans to the softer side of The Incredible Hulk with the all-new plush HULKEY POKEY HULK! This 14-inch-tall Hulk plush figure is loaded with fun phrases to encourage children to join him in song and dance. HULKEY POKEY HULK sings two songs, (including — of course! — a special version of the “Hokey Pokey” along with The Incredible Hulk) and spins 360 degrees while dancing.


(Approximate Retail Price: $14.99; Ages: 4 & up; Available: May 3, 2008)

The new HULK POWER GLOW ELECTRONIC MASK allows kids to summon their inner Hulk for fun and exciting roleplay. With a touch of a button the eyes of the mask light up gamma green! One size fits all.


(Approximate Retail Price: $9.99; Ages: 4 & up; Available: May 3, 2008)

The inventor and leader of action figures, Hasbro is excited to introduce a line of action figures based on The Incredible Hulk. The assortment gives kids and collectors the figures they need to recreate the most exciting scenes from the movie. A total of 12 figures will be released in 2008, including movie and video game villains and a variety of Hulk figures with different features and/ or accessories.

Other INCREDIBLE HULK products available Fall 2008


(Approximate Retail Price: $29.99; Ages: 8 & Up; Available: Fall 2008)

Hulk fans will love the all-new 2-in-1 HULK ABOMINATION BLASTER! Enhance your Hulk roleplaying experience as you contend with your nemesis with this exciting blaster that features a 12-inch mega missile launcher and a rapid-fire dart blaster.


(Approximate Retail Price: $24.99; Ages: Ages 4 & up; Available: Fall 2008)

The SMASHIN’ STOMPIN’ ELECTRONIC HULK is a massive 12-inch-tall figure styled after The Incredible Hulk movie hero. Featuring electronic lights and sounds, as well as double-arm smashing action, this piece is sure to please kids and collectors alike!

Click here for more information on the Incredible Hulk Movie.
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Last 10 comments - ( Read All Posts )
EvilHayato - 2008-02-18 @ 6:51 am

im going to go ahead and say these look like butt... just like alot of what hasbro has been showing... some better than others but this is mos def the worst.

kenba - 2008-02-18 @ 6:37 am

those are absolutely awful. compared to the beautiful FFFBAF series, it looks like hasbro has taken 2 steps back with these. it's a shame really, because that abomination seemed like it would be flippin' sweet. but yet hasbro seems to enjoy producing happy meal toys. at least we have the FFFBAF series to fall back on and get some nice big hulky goodness.

spidermanskrull - 2008-02-18 @ 5:14 am
I could swear I've seen it posted somewhere that the Hulk movie line figs are 3 3/4 inches tall.

why would they suddenly do that? they said that there is going to be a marvel legends 3 3/4 toy line, the hulk movie figure s are 6 inches

Robogeek28 - 2008-02-18 @ 3:12 am

I could swear I've seen it posted somewhere that the Hulk movie line figs are 3 3/4 inches tall.

spidermanskrull - 2008-02-18 @ 2:59 am
those other figure are not six inch and the hulk is...

Listen to what I'm saying. That was my point. These Hulks are ONLY around 6". That makes them roughly the size of a normal guy in Marvel Legends, as opposed to being between 7" to 8" which would be ML scale since the Hulk is such a big puppy. So the movie figures aren't technically ML scale.

As far as I can tell, they'll be in the same scale as the first Hulk movie line.

oh sorry, but yea, I'm just happy to get hulk and abomination

thanos0341 - 2008-02-18 @ 2:58 am

Wonder when people are gonna realize that movie figures based on Marvel characters suck!

More crap figs cloggin the pegs this summer & well into the winter! @grumpy@

ToyWorldBreaker - 2008-02-18 @ 2:45 am

@grumpy@ Greaaaaat!.......more crappy Hulk movie figures that will end up reduced to .99 in a bin at you local TRU and WallyWorld. Thanks my life is now complete. @pow@

Broly5 - 2008-02-17 @ 10:34 pm

Out of ALL those Hulk figures, only ONE looks good to me.

Archer1120 - 2008-02-17 @ 8:10 pm

Depending on the scale and if one is articulate without and action feature, I may get one for my "Marvel Films" shelf. Otherwise, I think I'll be hunting down one of the large rotocast ones from the last film, who would tower over everyone else, in effect in scale with the rest of the figures.

Inggasson - 2008-02-17 @ 6:38 pm

Yeah, hulk looks to be ML-scale compared to those 3.75" Joes. Nice Joe repaints, BTW

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