Hot Wheels Announces Over 30 Cars For Comics Festival 2020July 26, 2020
Hot Wheels has released a video detailing over 30 toy cars made specifically for Comic-Con 2020, all expected to ship in the fall or spring of 2021.
More than 100,000 people annually gather at the San Diego Convention Center (USA) to participate in the Comic-Con festival dedicated to comics. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the event is due to take place this year. Many online events are also planned. Today, Hot Wheels has released a video announcing over 30 models dedicated to the 2020 festival.
Toy car manufacturer Hot Wheels has long been offering special, exclusive models for Comic-Con. Several of these will feature Hollywood blockbusters this year, including a car inspired by the X-Wing space fighter from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, and a car with the Hulk in the back of a Land Rover. : The final).
The cars that celebrate the festival of speed are completely unconventional. They feature a variety of stories ranging from Japanese pop culture to video games, children’s toys, and more.
While car fans tend to love Hot Wheels of all shapes and sizes, we’re not sure they’ll really like this series of cars, although the Chuckie beach buggy looks pretty cool. However, there is also Bruce – the toothy shark from Finding Nemo, recreated in the form of a 6×6 car, and the Snow White model is created in the form of an elegant coupe of the 1930s.
The car manufacturer also touched on the topic of video games – there are four cars based on the Overwatch game. Racing games feature a wide array of Mario Kart offerings, and for the kids of the 1980s, Hot Wheels presents He-Man as an insane SUV.
In addition to the aforementioned Avengers: Endgame movie, Hot Wheels introduced two models from the 1984 DC Universe Wonder Woman movie. The Mercedes-AMG GT receives a futuristic remake of the Black Widow movie from Marvel.
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