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San Diego Comic-Con 2014 Exclusives: Fox Home Entertainment brings Toothless

How to Train Your Dragon SDCC Exclusive: Battle-ready Toothless
How to Train Your Dragon SDCC Exclusive: Battle-ready Toothless
Fox Home Entertainment

You must have already seen Toothless and Hiccup on their return to the big screen and if you missed out on the Build-a-Bear Limited Edition Toothless, you'll probably be scouring San Diego Comic-Con for your Toothless plush and other Toothless and How to Train Your Dragon toys. Just got word that there will be a collector box edition of Toothless in his "final battle" look at the end of "How to Train Your Dragon 2."

This hasn't been announced yet, but it will be sold exclusively at the Fox Home Entertainment booth. That's the difference? Those plates on the back.

Be sure you have your "DreamWorks Dragons: Riders of Berk" and "DreamWorks Dragons: Defenders of Berk" DVD/Blu-ray sets that cover the TV series.

Can the promotion for the next movie begin too early? "How to Train Your Dragon 3" will come out in June 2016--that's two SD Comic-Cons away. Dean DeBlois will be the director and writer of the movie as he was for "How to Train Your Dragon 2."

What Toothless and Hiccup fans have to look forward to in 2015 is "DreamWorks Dragons: Dragon Masters." The season premiere date has yet to be announced, but one hopes there will be 20 episodes just like Seasons 1 and 2. Yet we wonder just how will (No spoilers) Hiccup's family change?

Will "Dragon Masters" still be before the events of "How to Train Your Dragon 2" and who will the villains be? Will we see a return of the Wilderbeast or the Screaming Death? And, what about the romance between Hiccup and Astrid lead to marriage and what about Ruffnut?

At SDCC, you' surely find someone willing to discuss their theories.