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
The Matty Collector event was held this morning and while not a lot of new products were revealed, we did get a few surprises. Masters of the Universe is still going strong but the offerings were down from a year ago. No new 6" DC figures were revealed but quite a few 3 3/7 inch figures were on hand. WWE and Monster High had some new offerings and Hot Wheels (Collector series had some gems). Check out all the images below and hopefully we will hear some news come SDCC.
Matty Collector had a good showing of several key lines during Toy Fair. Some of the major highlights were the DC inspired Super Powers figures and the DC Movie Multiverse. They also had a good showing of current Matty He-Man figures and upcoming figures. The most interesting thing from the He-Man line was the concept
We now have high-Res pictures of the WWE StackDown sets, both loose and boxed. I must admit, these look fun and we will be reviewing a set once we secure one from retail. It is refreshing to see more properties move into the building block format; this gives fans several play options and they can
The Bridge Direct has announced a new License and for the first time, the WWE is heading to the construction sections! Yes, Bridge Direct will be producing WWE building block sets and from first glance, these look amazing! The brand will be called C3 construction and will be available Spring 2014 at Toys R Us
Mattel had a great display at New York Comic Con and they did not disappoint. On display they had Masters of the Universe, DC Super Heroes, Monster High, WWE and much, much more! Check out our gallery! Look for our final round up reports coming Monday and Tuesday.