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Today at 10 a.m. ET (and for a short period of time around 9:30 a.m.), Walmart opened the virtual gates to its Collector Con event, which promised dozens of exclusive collectibles from top brands.

The event exclusives primarily came from Hasbro, Mondo, Qmx, and Beast Kingdom.

For some reason, all but two of the 19 Hasbro exclusives were still listed with just the name “action figure” and the Hasbro logo at the time of this writing. However, that didn’t stop nearly all of these items from being out of stock before 10:15. Stay tuned for more details about these mysterious figures, which may include the GI Joe figures that Hasbro announced during this morning’s Fan First Friday livestream.

UPDATE: Around 11 a.m., some of the Hasbro exclusives started changing into available product listings, including some Star Wars the Black Series Clone Wars figures and a War for Cybertron-inspired Transformers Generations figure. Visit this page to stay on top of the Hasbro exclusives, but be ready to buy — some of the re-opened product listings are quickly selling out again.

Source: McFarlane Toys

Some of the event’s pre-promoted items are not showing up on the Collector Con page, either, such as YuMe’s Harry Potter Capsules and the Spawn BumBumz vinyl figures from McFarlane Toys.

UPDATE: The YuMe Harry Potter Magical Capsule Double Pack is now available here for $19.95 (check out our full review here!) and the Vinyl Spawn Baby figure is available in black here and in blue here, for $25 each! Previously, the BumBumz Vinyl was only available on-site at 2019 conventions.

Source: Walmart

That being said, there are still exclusives worth checking out, including a limited-edition, black and white Pennywise Q-Fig ($29.96) and Rick and Morty figures from Mondo ($50 each, pictured top).

Fans can shop the Collector Con exclusives here and the shared exclusives (including some of Monogram’s SDCC exclusives and Beast Kingdom’s summer exclusives) here.