Toy Fair 2019 – NECA – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

We begin our NECA coverage with everybody’s favorite young tortoise warriors — Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!  On display were figures for both the original 1980’s cartoon and the original 1989 live action movie! These are my turtles.  I watched the cartoon, I saw the first movie, this is my jam. Or, rather, ooze.  Not to take away from later cartoons, but this is where my mind goes when someone says the letters T-M-N-T. (T-U-R-T-L-E Power). Pictures by Steve and Penelope Kushnir

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Funko Announces Hikari and Weekly Hikary Friday Contests for Exclusive Figures

Funko Introduces HIKARI & HIKARI FRIDAYS! What is Hikari? Hikari, meaning ‘light’, is a highly collectible line of clear Sofubi Vinyl Figures.  These will be ultra-limited and piece runs will range from 500pcs-5000pcs depending on the treatment. Each Hikari piece will include a hand numbered card to prove authenticity and rarity. What are Hikari Fridays? Each Friday Funko will be announcing a new Hikari Japanese Vinyl Figure! To start off Hikari Fridays, Funko is announcing the first Hikari figure — the Metal Mix Leonardo Hikari Vinyl Figure. It’s limited to 500 Pieces Worldwide and will be available for purchase in June.

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Funko Reveals: Batman, MLP, TMNT Tin-Tastic Sets; Amy Farrah Fowler, Clark Griswold Wacky Wobblers

Funko has sent over new images of Tin-Tastic and Wacky Wobblers product.  First up, we have Batman, My Little Pony and TMNT Tin-Tastic sets.  Tin-Tastic sets are activity sets, containing stickers, pencils and two cute Pop! erasers.  For example, one set comes with Batman and Robin erasers, another has Batman and Joker erasers.  The two Batman sets and TMNT set are available now; the MLP sets will be available in October.

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Toy Fair 2013 – Day 2 Recap – LEGO, Mattel, Bandai, Playmates, Diamond Select

We’re in the middle of Day 3 of Toy Fair pictures, but let’s turn the clock back a few hours and see what we unveiled during the hour of the wolf (sorry, a Song of Ice and Fire reference there….). Yesterday, our big galleries were for three of the biggest companies at the show – LEGO, Mattel, and Bandai, plus some Playmates and Diamond Select Toys thrown in. From LEGO, we saw new Galaxy Force, new Lord of the Rings, more Star Wars, and the debut of The Lone Ranger. We also saw DUPLO, Creator, Castle, City, and lots more.

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