We are wrapping up our coverage of Toy Fair 2020 but we still have a few more to go. Up next is Iron Studio! I’ve dealt with this company before and they are top notch. The product they offer is very well received by the fandom. In fact, I know several folks who would love
Spin Master was showcasing their new 3.75 DC figure line. The main star is Batman of course and not to be outdone is a slew of other DC characters such as Superman, Flash, Shazam and many more! This line looks solid and sales have been brisk as retail. If you think about it, we have
Square Enix, no matter how small, had a wonderful display for Toy Fair. They were showcasing a few new items for this year. Kingdom Hearts Shadow looks to be solid and check out the Iron Spidey. That piece is going to be a monster hit once it comes out. Check out the gallery below.
Lil Buddy, the US distributor for Banpresto showcased several new items for Dragon Ball, My Hero Academia and more! Check out these beautiful little statues below.
Funko seems to be expanding and this years Toy Fair showroom showed just that. While nothing here is “new”, it’s still nice seeing freshly revealed POPS in person. Funko will also be launching a new SODA line and no, you cannot drink it. Inside the cans is a vinyl figure. If you like a true
Enesco is well known for Miss Mindy but did you know they offer a full array of collectibles? Besides Disney, Enesco also offers many items from Marvel and DC, Harry Potter and so much more. You can get an inexpensive PVC statue or a high end statue or just about anything in between. The Harry
Playmates Toy Fair booth was light this year but they did show off a few new lines. One being Power Player. This has potential to be the new Ben 10 as it has the same premise behind it. Also shown was the next few assortments of Ben 10 figures and a few new TMNT items.
Threezero shinned at this years Toy Fair and it looks like they are getting into the six inch figure market. Threezero has been producing high end Transformer figures for a while and they have produced some awesome 12 inch figures as well. It seems only natural for them to get into the one sixth game.
DC Direct had a small but interesting showing at this years Toy Fair. As you all know, DC reverted back to their old name compared to being called DC Collectibles. Still, I happy to see the brand alive and I look forward to a strong 2020. Show was a mix of new artist statues, new
Bluefin Distribution showcased several new items for Tamashii Nations, Storm Collectibles, Flame Toys and so much more. Fans of Figuarts need to take notice concerning Vegeta Great Ape. This is by far the largest Figuarts ever made and he will be limited. Also check out the new Storm Collectibles for both Mortal Kombat and DC.
Lego was relatively light this year with reveals as most of the items shown has hit retail. There was a few new reveals such as the Razor Crest, a few Lego Friends, Minions, the next wave of blind bags and a few others. Look for more reveals throughout the year.
As a fan of Cobi I have learned to appreciate what they make. If you are into WW1, WW2, or modern warfare vehicles then this is the company for you. They make some of the best building blocks on the market for this genre. Some of the new items on display included a new Aircraft