Hasbro Boys’ Toys Stocking Stuffers

Boys love things that drive, come apart, and super heroes so it’s no surprise that the Hasbro Action Figure toys I’m about to highlight are sure to put a smile on the face of little boys when they find them in their stockings.

Spider-Man 3 3/4” Action Figures – ($7.99, ages 4+) – Take on GREEN GOBLIN and VENOM with an all-new lineup of wonderfully styled SPIDRER-MAN 3 3/4” ACTION FIGURES in 2010!  This year brings great new adventures for our friendly neighborhood SPIDER-MAN from the sea, with DIVE ATTACK SPIDER-MAN, the the sky with SKY-SPEED SPIDER-MAN, or even at night with NIGHT MISSION SPIDER-MAN.  Peter Parker has his work cut out for him!

Transformers Power Core Combiners ($9.99 – $19.99, ages 5+) – The TRANSFORMERS POWER CORE COMBINERS introduce fans to an all-new assortment of figures that expand on the classic TRANSFORMERS play pattern.  This new expression of figures combine with one another, in dozens of variations, to create a wide variety of larger COMBINER robots, with each figure serving as various body parts and weapons.  Available in 2-packs and 5-packs.

Star Wars Action Figures with Galactic Battle Game – ($6.99, ages 4+) – STAR WARS fans, prepare to battle your friends in head-to-head action and unlock the hidden powers of your favorite action figures.  In 2010, a wide selection of Hasbro’s STAR WARS 3 3/4” action figures will include the all-new STAR WARS ACTION FIGURES WITH GALACTIC BATTLE GAME.  Each figure is packaged with a competitive gaming base, a unique battle attributes card and a die to play the game, allowing kids to interact with their STAR WARS action figures in a whole new way.  Game on!

Find these toys at retailers nationwide or check out the Hasbro Toy Shop to purchase online.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I wrote this feature on behalf of Hasbro and was supplied with samples and information through them, the review and opinions are my own.

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