This week we get our first look at the new Harry Potter LEGO sets coming to stores later this summer.
This week we take a look at the new McFarlane Toys Spawn figure. At Toy Fair we were given a sample, so we made our first video review of the most sought after figure this month,
Obviously, DC was a major focus for McFarlane Toys at Toy Fair this year, but that doesn’t mean they didn’t have lots of other cool stuff on display. From video games to the return of Spawn to the toy world, McFarlane’s booth featured enough new products to leave anyone excited.
From Empire Strikes Back’s 40th anniversary to The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda, we now have a better look at Hasbro’s plans for Star wars in 2020.
Many GI Joe fans are apparently unhappy with Hasbro’s premiere 6″ Joe line. Many GI Joe fans are wrong.
Boss Fight Studio’s booth at Toy Fair this year was a huge step up, both in their amount of space, and the volume of products they had on display. It’s amazing to see how much these guys are growing, in so many diverse directions!
You can always count on Kotobukiya to put on a good show at Toy Fair, and 2020 was no exception. They showcased a great range of product, including the stunning new Women of Marvel Art FX+ series, some great new Star Wars statues, and more.
There was a lot more than Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles at Playmates’ Toy Fair showroom this year.
For a genre cinephile like me, there’s really no better place to be at Toy Fair than the NECA booth. As always, their display was filled with awesome new action figures and collectibles ranging from horror, to 80s classics, to long time genre favorites like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Aliens, and Predator.
The Toybox line from the Disney Stores have added two villains to the line up, one from Star Wars and one from Marvel.
There are a few deluxe packs out for the new Batman Spin Master line at launch that add the breath of the line.
McFarlane Toys takes on the big two….the World’s Finest…the Bat and the big blue Boy Scout in the first wave of DC Figures.
Spin Master was not going to take it slow out of the gate with so many Batman figures, they also had some multipacks. Clayface was the first set I picked up and I have some feelings and thoughts.
So with the launch of the new DC line from Spin Master there was no shortage of the Batman, with at least 7 versions on shelves.
McFarlane Toys decided to jump in with both feet to the world of DC Comics toys. The DC Animated Universe is one corner they tackle in the first set of figures.