Coming in hot from Preview night is the Aquaman line of figures from Mattel! This was a surprise and judging from Facebook posts, many are liking what they are seeing. More info to come folks!
The collectors cars for both Star Wars and Marvel was shown and new DC Batman cars as well. If you are a fan of these cars, you will want these. The WWE line is continuing and Andre The Giant stands above the rest. We had some good reveals here folks so check out the galleries below
Shown today was new figures for their DC Collectors line. I feel these figures get snubbed but they do look great. I plan to give them a chance and review a few here this year. Collectors need to really look at these figures. ClayFace looks amazing and the Multiverse Flash looks to be one of the best. Check them out below!
Mattel showcased new toys for their Jurassic Park/ World license and wow, these look awesome! You can tell Mattel put some work into this line and the reaction from the press was solid. Look folks, if you like Jurassic Park and the new Jurassic film, you will dig these. The new offerings for Jurassic World should do well and I can see myself picking some of these up for myself. Check out the gallery below.
Mattel has released official images for their upcoming DC Comics 6.50″ Multiverse Signature Collection Batman and Flash figures. Batman is based on Val Kilmers version from Batman Forever and Flash is based on the John Wesley Shipp 90’s TV series version. The figures stand 6.5 inch scale, with 26 points of articulation. Each figure comes
Today was Mattel and these guys know how to have fun! Not only did they introduce new Halo Wars 2 figures, WWE figures, they had new DC AND Wonder Woman merch on display. This was a fun event and we were humbled that Mattel invited us along. While the event was low key there was
In the late 70's Mattel released the Shogun Warriors toyline. The toyline was made from imported robots from multiple different anime and included different sized figures from 3" tall to the 24" tall "Jumbo Machinders" subset of Shogun Warriors. 1977 saw the release of the shortest Shogun Warrior in the Jumbo Machinders subset, Godzilla!
Mega Bloks had a nice display at the Matty Event and the TMNT stole the show. I know we are not alone with this as many hovered around this section for a while. Halo also had a good showing and the sets look tight. We would like to say thank you to the fine folks at Matty for putting on this event and for giving us free food and beverages! Matty Collector is always welcoming and I look forward to working with them during the year! Now onto the last set of images!