PREMIUM 6’’ ACTION FIGURES FEATURE CHARACTERS FROM MAN OF STEEL, BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE AND SUICIDE SQUAD
Experiences from LEGO, Nickelodeon, Hasbro, Mattel, Cartoon Network, Toys“R”Us®, and More February 13-14, 2016
2015 was Marvel’s year to shine at Hasbro’s Toy Fair presentation.
NECA makes it big, makes it badass, and makes it awesome in 2015.
Mattel is holding steady this year with their tentpole properties. Their toy lines impress young and old alike, and have expanded their brands in fun and creative ways.
My last appointment this week at Toy Fair was also the one that will change my collecting interests for years to come. DC Collectibles not only expands the animated world, but brings us a whole new scale of figures to hunt down.
DC Collectible’s Batman: The Animated Series action figures was a runaway success at the end of 2014. What’s next?
Masters of the Universe Classics made their time-honored appearance at Toy Fair 2015 and Mattel was kind enough to debut a few new pieces. It was quality over quantity this year.
Bluefin attended New York Toy Fair with their usual array of Bandai offerings. S.H. Figuarts and Figuarts Zero for Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball took center stage. Other sublines in the collection presented their latest pieces. Joining the figures are the latest in role play items, kitsch items and dolls, as well as Bluefin’s own…
Bandai of America’s Power Rangers Dino Charge is the latest series in the Power Rangers family to incorporate the dinosaur theme to their costumes, Zords, and weapons. Based on the Sentai series Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, this marks the 22nd entry in the Power Rangers franchise.
From Kickstarter concept to Toy Fair showcase, IAmElemental is a fantastic new toy line, packed with positivity and potential.
Kotobukiya’s amazing display at Toy Fair offered an exciting look at their 2015 lineup.
Diamond Select once again showed off a vast array of Select figures, statues and Minimates across their growing assortment of licenses for 2015. Starting off with…
Funko once again demands your attention in 2015.
Gund digs deeper into pop culture.