Beware The D&D Gelatinous Cube From Hasbro

Hasbro is kicking off the Dungeons & Dragons Honor Among Thieves toyline with the dreaded Gelatinous Cube. The movie by the same name isn’t due out until next year, but the toymaker is betting that it will be popular enough to sustain a 6″ scale toyline.

Although the Cube probably won’t be the first toy released to correspond with the movie, it gives us a good look at what the quality of the merchandise could be like. The 6″ figures, based on a video below, look to be close in articulation and detail to Hasbro’s other figures in that same scale, like G.I. Joe and the Plasma Series Ghostbusters.
The Cube can be pre-ordered for $33.99 right now and will ship in March 2023. The translucent recreation of the horrifying square that can dissolve organic matter is hollow in the middle, allowing you to position an action figure to look like it is suspended within the creature’s jelly belly.

Along with a figure stand, the Cube also comes with 14 pieces of debris, including weapons, shields, books, and limbs, of course!


Watch out, it’s a Gelatinous Cube! This 6-inch-scale collectible is compatible with D&D 6-Inch figures that can be posed out inside with the “invisible” stand. It includes 14 snap-in accessories to add to the scene. This cubic collector figure will probably look cool in your display, looking menacingly over your other Golden Archive figures.

Pixel Dan spotted the Cube at the Hasbro D&D booth at SDCC this week. Check out his hands-on impression of the legendary creature below:

D&D: Honor Among Thieves will be in theatres in March 2023 from Paramount Pictures. Check out the trailer here:

Would you pick up the Gelatinous Cube even if you weren’t collecting the upcoming Honor Among Thieves line of action figures? Let us know in the comment section below.
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