Boss Fight Studio has resurrected Bucky O’Hare and First Mate Jenny in fine action figure form.
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Looks like Stealth Mission Bucky and Astral Projection Jenny have some feathered, firepower-packing backup with Chief Gunner’s Mate Dead-Eye Duck.
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At New Jersey Collectors Con, Boss Fight Studio premiered the Bucky O’Hare variants of Stealth Mission Bucky and Astral Projection Jenny, with newcomer Dead-Eye Duck rounding out the second assortment.
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There is a lot of excitement in store for kids (and the kid is us) in 2017 from Mattel. Read on for the highlights.
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Super 7 has officially taken the reins from Mattel, steering the little toy line that could, Masters of the Universe Classics, into uncharted waters.
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Steven Universe is probably the last property you’d think would be in the portfolio of McFarlane Toys, but here we are with characteristic environments from the hit series.
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Mega Construx Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classics might be the best TMNT toy line on the market.
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San Diego Comic Con is less than two months away, and many of us are working out our budgets for all the latest and greatest collectibles. Continue reading “Looking Deeper At Mattel’s SDCC Exclusives” »
Mattel gave collectors what they wanted for years at San Diego Comic Con 2015: the entire lineup for 2016. At the Mattycollector Toy Fair event in New York City, all figures from the Collector’s Choice (with the exception of the footless Crita), Classics 2.0, and Power Con exclusives were on glorious display.
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It appears the import market is making a bigger footprint in North American with each passing year. Whether seen as Bandai Japan’s biggest competitor or companion, Good Smile Company has kept their hat in the ring with highly-detailed, high-end video game and anime merchandise.
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