There is no doubt the biggest thing at SDCC was the new Haslab project, Unicron, but there was a lot more to see and talk about with John Warden in the Transformers section of the the Hasbro Booth.
NECA once again wins SDCC with one of the busiest booths of the show, only rivaled by one other in my opinion , Hasbro.
Mezco once again impressed collectors at SDCC with in-person looks as some things teased at Toy Fair.
Tucked in with the WB compound of a booth at SDCC has a range of collectibles for the DC Fans.
More Marvel! More DC! More Star Wars! that is what is sure to bring more fans to the Kotobukiya booth at SDCC this year!
We got a chance to sit down and talk with the Impractical Jokers at SDCC, and it was one of the most fun press rooms I have been in since starting the website.
There was a lot to see around town, but most of the action was in the convention center at SDCC!
Believe the hype– these are the best TMNT toys ever made!
This is no doubt that Hasbro’s Marvel Legends was king at the show, pumping out more figures per year than any other toy line. And they have no plans of slowing things down!
There was one booth at SDCC that never slowed down not even at 4 pm on Sunday, LEGO.
The next trilogy of Transformers is about to kick off along with an all new Bumblebee.
The Star Wars lines at SDCC were crowd pleasers and quite a blow for those Ebay scalpers.
We did not have a lot of time to walk around but stopped into the Bluefin Booth between appointments at SDCC.
There is no doubt the lack of DC figures at retail has been sad, Mattel might change that this year.
Diamond Select Toys has always brought some great products to market, but this year the cases were full of something for everyone at all price ranges.