This week we get our first look at the new Harry Potter LEGO sets coming to stores later this summer.
Power Ranger fans are one step closer to completing the original team with the Yellow Ranger in wave 4 of the Lightning Collection.
There was a little worry, but the first pictures of DC Multiverse from McFarlane Toys look amazing.
Diamond Select had a good showing this year at SDCC, with new figures like the Rocketeer and more statues that will only make us all wonder where we put it all.
Another Harley Quinn figure? Sure! I’d love to get my sweaty mits on the new Revoltech figure. And Prime1studio new Superman statue. Throw in the Mafex Miles Morales for good measure!
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.
Celebrate space exploration with the NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander!
LEGO® Star WarsTM BOOST Droid Commander set takes the Force to a new level, introducing the droids you have been looking for…
McFarlane Toys’ 2019 showcase left us impressed… and even more eager for 2020’s first of the McFarlane DC action figures.
Bandai Japan brings action figure collecting to another dimension, and Bluefin is their direct conduit to us. While I would love to talk about everything offered, there are particular pieces worth elaborating on.
Jakks Pacific this year cement themselves as the premier kids video game toymaker for 2019.
Boss Fight Studio continues to make the market’s best 3.75-inch figures, but 2019 marks their first ever Toy Fair!