Bandai America continues to thrive on their annual installments of Power Rangers and Ben 10. As we say good bye to Thundercats, Pac-Man throws his hat in the animation ring for Disney XD, and Bandai is there to support the first-ever animated series for 3D TVs. Each series is an evolution of the last, but…
WWE had a banner year as the number one boys brand in the United States. At Toy Fair, we saw a great mix of old faithfuls, toy debuts, and awesome throwbacks of wrestling’s golden age, promising another exciting year for collectors young and old.
Matty Collector showed off a few new pieces of their reconstructed DC Unlimited and DC Infinite brands during the Collector’s Night event at Toy Fair, although the showing– and their new strategy– seem quite limiting.
2013 may be the year Matty goes on the decline as they begin to wrap up the Masters of the Universe Classics, but they’re not leaving without some powerful swings, and hats off to Scott and company for a valiant effort.
Jazwares mixed some old and some new for their showing at Toy Fair this year, for an impressive and ambitious display.
Almost 50 years after the show aired the classic Batman TV show will get its own toy line in 2013.
This year Mega Bloks had a good showing of products that will draw in not only the kids but adult collectors.
The world of Lego continues to grow from Chima, to DC and Marvel, and even some cowboys. Check out our full report inside.
With all the exciting films coming out, there are a lot of Marvel toys geared towards the younger audience, but that does not mean there are nothing for collectors. Check out the Hasbro Marvel report inside.
At the media event today Hasbro showed off the new Black Collection as well as some new 3.75′ figures. Check out all the details in side.