From Marvel Comics to My Little Pony, Kotobukiya is serving up some of the highest quality statues and figures of the year, on display at Toy Fair.
DC introduces The Primal Age with a fun throwback comic book, exclusively at Target stores.
Mattel’s DC Multiverse goes back to the very first Elseworlds tale, and comes back with one of their best Batman action figures ever.
Mega Construx has expanded their Masters of the Universe sub series with the first buildable MOTU vehicle set.
Boss Fight Studio’s first Bucky O’Hare troop builder is a truly great action figure.
NECA’s return to Haddonfield was well worth the wait.
NECA’s first ever Target exclusive pays homage to The Predator movie poster with a wild new color variant of the Fugitive Predator.
Four new action figures join the Disney Afternoon toy line, expanding the DuckTales, Rescue Rangers, TaleSpin, and Darkwing Duck collections.
Second time’s the charm for Mega Contrux hard-to-find Masters of the Universe Heroes minifigures.
We’re counting down the ten best toy lines of the year!
Here’s Bill’s picks for the best action figures of the year.
Captain Phasma makes her way back to The Black Series with a stylish, scene-specific Disney Store exclusive.