Bluefin shows that success breeds success. As a long-time fan of Tamashii Nations, it continuously impresses me how they can put out consistently amazing figures in multiple expressions. Be it Saint Seiya, Gundam, Dragon Ball, Godzilla, or Sailor Moon, every piece exudes charm, brilliance, and value for fans young and old. Continue reading “Toy Fair 2020: Bluefin” »
Mattel celebrates a remarkable 75 years in the competitive toy industry at Toy Fair 2020 with Masters of the Universe, Imaginext and Barbie. Continue reading “Toy Fair 2020: Mattel Shows Off The Classics” »
Jakks Pacific keeps the Super Mario Bros torch lit with its highly successful World of Nintendo action figures. Like before, we have seen an assortment of Marios, plus a sparse mix of allies and enemies. Continue reading “Toy Fair 2020: Jakks Pacific” »
Man, is it an amazing time to be a Power Rangers fan! Hasbro’s morphenomenal Power Rangers Lightning Collection soldiers on with series 4, and 5, as well as retailer exclusives. They are continuing the role-play subseries with their own Dragon Dagger. The excitement can only be building, we are only 2 years in! Continue reading “Toy Fair 2020: Power Rangers” »
Bandai Japan brings action figure collecting to another dimension, and Bluefin is their direct conduit to us. While I would love to talk about everything offered, there are particular pieces worth elaborating on.
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Jakks Pacific this year cement themselves as the premier kids video game toymaker for 2019.
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Boss Fight Studio continues to make the market’s best 3.75-inch figures, but 2019 marks their first ever Toy Fair!
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There was a time when Super7 was widely known as the Masters of the Universe licensor plus some niche ReAction figures. My, what a few years can bring.
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My Little Pony, Trolls, and the Disney doll brands (Princesses and Descendants) received little fanfare at Hasbro’s Toy Fair Fan Event, but continue to grow and evolve into creative ways.
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From Beast Morphers to the Lightning Collection, Hasbro is coming out swinging for their first year’s lineup of Power Rangers toys.
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Mega Construx has expanded their Masters of the Universe sub series with the first buildable MOTU vehicle set.
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Boss Fight Studio’s first Bucky O’Hare troop builder is a truly great action figure.
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Second time’s the charm for Mega Contrux hard-to-find Masters of the Universe Heroes minifigures.
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All of the signature brands from Super 7 are back for another round of throwback goodness, along with a some new surprises. Continue reading “Toy Fair 2018- Super 7” »
Bluefin is always a favorite at Toy Fair. They truly lead the market with products that feature impressive functional articulation, meticulous detail, and a fun factor that makes their product altogether iconic, definitive, and irresistible. Continue reading “Toy Fair 2018- Bluefin Brands” »