Hasbro Announces The Selfie Series.

Turn yourself into an action figure this fall!

Click this link to check-out Hasbro’s Selfie Series Page

Are you ready to make your wildest dreams come true…………………..well, at least the one involving you being made into an action figure. Beginning this Fall, that’s exactly what Hasbro is doing. Every child growing up with toys and action figures has dreamed about an action figure of themselves, and it’s finally becoming a reality.

In collaboration with 3D printing company, Formlabs, Hasbro is offering fans the opportunity to put your face onto the body of one of their favorite Movie or TV characters from Star Wars, Ghostbusters, GI Joe, or Power Rangers. Those are the only ones released at this point, but Hasbro owns a lot of licenses, so we’ll see who gets added to the party later on.

You will have to download the Hasbro Pulse App to participate in the Selfie Series

Photo courtesy of Hasbro

Hasbro’s Official Announcement

“Want to immortalize yourself as your very own action figure?”

“This one-of-a-kind experience will be launching in Fall 2022 exclusively on the Hasbro Pulse mobile app (for fans aged 16 and older, in the US only).”

Many details have yet to be announced, but the process is seemingly painless. First, you will have to download the Hasbro Pulse app to get started. Then, you will scan your face, choose your desired look, and then stand by the mailbox and wait.

Once again, exact pricing details have yet to be announced, but Hasbro has floated out the number of $60 for the entire process. That seems like an amazing deal for something this cool, but we will definitely have to see how the pricing plays out closer to launch. If the price point holds true, that’s a bargain, because I would pay WAY more than that to make myself an action figure.

Photo courtesy of Hasbro
Photo courtesy of Hasbro


The Selfie Series will all be made available this Fall, so stay tuned for more information.

Click this link to check-out Hasbro’s Selfie Series Page

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