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.
Kotobukiya’s Toy Fair showcase featured some amazing new Bishoujo, new Art FX, new properties, and a new take on a “Killer” statue.
From Aliens to Hellboy, Shogun to MUSCLE, Super7’s Toy Fair display was loaded with some of the coolest retro action figure concepts of all time.
Super7 offered insight into their upcoming Masters of the Universe Classics, ReAction, M.U.S.C.L.E. mini-figures, and more at New York Comic Con.
The Super7 booth at SDCC 2016 brings the nostalgia with Street Fighter and He-man retro figures.
Kotobukiya had some big surprises in store for us at Toy Fair, and lots of amazing new statues coming throughout 2016.
Capcom’s dedicated Street Fighter V panel was another exercise in fan hype and appreciation for the venerable brand. They filled the hour with the game’s latest updates, upcoming product in conjunction with the game’s release, and even a mini NYCC battle Royale for a chance to win a custom PS4. If you are a gaming…
Kotobukiya shared an amazing new lineup of products from the Art FX+ and Bishoujo Collections, and more.
With lots of great new reveals from Marvel, DC, and more, Kotobukiya’s booth at Comic Con was a sight to behold.
The Street Fighting schoolgirl is going to join Kotobukiya’s Bishoujo collection.
Kotobukiya had another great showing at NYCC, with plenty of new reveals for fans of comic books, Star Wars, bishoujo and more.
From ART FX to Bishoujo, Kotobukiya has fans covered at Comic Con.
Expectedly, Square Enix/Play Arts Kai had a strong showing at Toy Fair 2013, delving into familiar territory while consistently offering some of the most detailed and beautifully designed figures on the market.
Kotobukiya had some amazing new pieces– and some exciting new announcements– on display at Toy Fair. Get the full report on their 2013 plans.
Disney’s virtual star-studded video game movie gets four new posters that continue pushing some familiar pixellated faces.