Hasbro Selfie Series: Make Anyone a Hero With 3D Printing

Face scanning is done through the Hasbro Pulse mobile app available for iOS and Android, and fans will be able to base their action figure on “classic to current characters seen across popular films, television series and comics.” Initially, that will include costumes based on G.I. Joe, Ghostbusters, Power Rangers, Marvel, and designs inspired by Star Wars characters. You probably won’t be able to slap your face on Princess Leia’s body, or get a green face lift to become Yoda—but a provided press release did mention at the least an X-Wing pilot, so you can probably imagine what other kinds of generic bodies could be used.

Image for article titled Hasbro Will Now Let Anyone Turn Themselves Into an Action Figure
Image: Hasbro

The Hasbro Selfie Series is currently limited to collectors in the United States, and figures won’t actually ship out until sometime in the Fall. Hasbro hasn’t provided any details on how long it will actually take for a custom figure to be created and shipped out after a digital face scan is completed and submitted, but the company will be offering “a select number of fans” the chance to be the first to create their own figures at San Diego Comic-Con next week, but like everyone else, they’ll have to wait a few months for delivery.

Turn Yourself Into an Action Figure!
Turn Yourself Into an Action Figure!

Want more io9 news? Check out when to expect the latest Marvel and Star Wars releases, what’s next for the DC Universe on film and TV, and everything you need to know about House of the Dragon and Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.