Each year Titan Merchandise offers a new assortment of Titan Vinyls at toy fair, however this year had a refreshing twist as they’ve introduced a brand new format for their Doctor Who ‘Kawaii’ vinyls. With an all new look, the Doctors look better than ever in this most recent series.
Of course, the tried and true Titans Vinyl format continues with new series being shown for American Gods, Kill Bill and other properties. In the larger Titans format – the Monkees (and their Monkee Mobile) made their debut at the show.
See the new Doctor Who series and all the new items in the gallery below…and stay tuned for new Star Trek: Discovery vinyls in the upcoming months.
Super7 made a big splash when they took over Masters of the Universe from MattyCollector, but they’ve been working hard to expand their product offering and their display at Toy Fair showed the results of those efforts.
On the Masters of the Universe side of things, their previously shown Classic and Deluxe Classics were on display as well as their new Filmation ‘vintage’ style figures. Also on display was Masters glassware and ReAction style figures.
The surprise of the show was a number of Transformers based items. From glassware, Halloween buckets, Transformers character ‘Keshi’ blind boxed minifigures to awesome 12″ ‘Super Cyborg’ Megatron and Optimus Prime there was certainly more than meets the eye to the Super7 display.
Also ReAction figures had a great showing with new Universal Monsters, Planets of the Apes, Robotech, Misfits and more making a strong showing. ReAction is in great hands being back at Super7.
This is just a quick summary of the product on hand at the show. See it all in the gallery below.
With a number of hot properties, Playmates had an impressive showroom at toy fair this year. The big news were the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle toys which reflect the new look of the upcoming animated series ‘Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’. Playmates has a whole line in support of the show, with basic figures, roleplay, vehicles, a GIANT Turtle Lair playset (stands 43″ inches tall and will be even bigger when stacked with the 2019 playset). It’s a brand new take on your favorite Turtles.
In addition to the Turtles, Playmates had a big focus on both Voltron and Ben 10. The highlights of the Voltron section was the debut of the remaining pilot figures (including Allura) and new ‘stealth’ lions. Ben 10’s focus was on building the line including a few new ways to incorporate play into the Omnitrix.
Check out all the Playmates items below.
NECA’s big news for the show was their acquisition of the Chia Pets and Clapper brands and both brands had a presence in the NECA showroom. Of course, there was a ton of new collector’s brand figures and items on display.
The largest and most surprising item they were offering is a ‘street scene’ environment which was covered in their Turtle figures, but they were sure to specify it would be great for many different lines of figures.
Also on display were new Aliens, Predators, Gremlins and horror figures. If you love what NECA’s been doing, look for another banner year and see all their products below.
Mattel today hosted an event for collector’s in their toy fair show room. They shared a number of collector skewing products across their DC Multiverse line, all new Juarassic World product, Star Wars and Disney Hot Wheels, wrestling and some Imaginext product. There’s a ton of product in the galleries below, so take your time and browse!
The spotlight on Factory Entertainment’s toy fair display was their all new line of ‘Revos’ vinyl figures. These are Factory Entertainment’s take on the deformed vinyl figure, which feature a self-righting wobbley base, letting you fidget with your display. Among the properties available are Jurassic Park, Wizard of Oz, Universal Monsters, Justice League and others.
Also on display at Factory Entertainment were new S.W.A.T. items from Harry Potter and the Wonder Woman film, new Game of Thones plush, It plush, Harry Potter statues and much, much more.
See all the new Factory Entertainment items below.
The Loyal Subjects toy fair display featured new vinyl figures from Predator, Nick Cartoons, a new horror collection, Aliens, Thundercats, Mega Man and WWE. These will be offered in a blind box format.
Check out all of Loyal Subject’s offerings in the gallery below.
Kidrobot’s toy fair display showcased all the newest blind boxed and vinyl collectibles including new series for Transformers vs. GI Joe, new Warhol items, Care Bears and more.
See everything Kidrobot had on display below.
Dark Horse revealed a number of new products in their toy fair showroom including items from Game of Thrones, Legends of Zelda and Witcher.
Check out all the items on display at the Dark Horse Toy Fair booth in the gallery below.
DC Collectibles always has an impressive line-up at toy fair and 2018 did not disappoint. Items showcased included the latest Batman: The Animated Series Harley Quinn expressions set, the new DC Essentials figures (Batman, Deathstroke, Flash, Reverse Flash, Superman, Brainiac, Aquaman, Black Manta), the Artist Alley Statues (including an amazing trio by Murase), a new PVC based statue line which offers the quality DC Collectibles is known for at a lower price point and finally some fantastic resin statues. See all the new DC Collectibles product in the gallery below.
Cryptozoic’s toy fair display was split between their statues, blind boxes and other consumer products and their gaming line. The gallery below contains all the new / upcoming products on display in the booth – including a number of convention exclusives for this year’s shows.
Bluefin’s display at Toy Fair collected a number of products across a variety of suppliers which they distribute to the US. Included in the display were the newest from Storm Collectibles, Bandai’s Tamashii Nations brand, Iron Studios and others. Highlights from the booth included:
Storm Collectibles: New Mortal Kombat, teasers for Street Fighter II figures and Tekken figures
Iron Studios: Iron Panther statue battle scene, Plastic Man statue
Flame Toys: Optimus Prime and Starscream model kits
Sentinel: Marvel hero statues in light up cases
Bandai Hobby: Star Wars character model kits
Tamashii Nations: Pacific Rim 2 Mechs and Kaiju
See these and everything else in the Bluefin display in the gallery.
QMx is always a favorite stop for me during Toy Fair and this year I was not disappointed. As in years past Star Trek is well represented in the booth with a number of new badges on display as well as a growing line up of 12″ figures.
Other properties with 12″ figures on display included ‘The Princess Bride’, ‘It’ and ‘Supernatural’.
Finally QMx’s signature Q-Figs also had a great representation in the booth.
See if all for youself in the gallery below.
One of my first stops at Toy Fair this morning was Kotobukiya’s showroom on the convention floor. From wall to wall their display was packed with new statues and collectibles.
Highlights include a new series of ArtFX+ statues inspired by the ’92 X-Men cartoon. Wolverine & Jubilee and Cyclops & Beast were on display and they look like they stepped right out of the cartoon. Also on display were the first Ikeman statues – Red Hood and Nightwing. The Ikemen statues are the male equivalent to their Bishoujo statues.
The gallery below has all the new items on display.
Earlier today I posted the details from the Marvel portion of the Hasbro toy fair event. Below are images from the Marvel section of the showroom including the impressive slate of Marvel Legends.
Also note that some of the “10th Anniversary Marvel Studios” figures were not reviewed during the panel and there are some impressive figures in this celebratory line-up.
And keep your eye out of the role play Infinity Guantlet – it was seriously impressive in person.