The walkers are plentiful at American International Toy Fair this week in New York City, especially at the McFarlane Toys booth.
A long-time horror collectible hits a milestone at American International Toy Fair in New York City today as Mezco’s The Living Dead Dolls turns sweet sixteen.
With Toy Fair 2013 wrapped up for another year, we’re happy to say that even though there was plenty of big name collectibles and mainstream-oriented kid toys, the show didn’t disappoint when it came to the weird stuff too.
We actually picked up on the non pandering trend of horror-themed collectibles for females that don’t make you want to throw things in anger. It seems like the companies producing horror-oriented toys and collectibles actually get that having estrogen doesn’t mean you can’t want a dark edge to your girl-skewing products.
If you ever needed evidence that Robert Kirkman’s walkers will not be stopped, look no further than the aisles of the 110th annual American International Toy Fair taking place this week in New York City. The Walking Dead is everywhere, and for the second consecutive year, it’s one of the most popular media tie-in licenses at the show.
In honor of the Toy Fair later this month, Heroes in Action Toys sent us a preview of the newest figures in the Presidential Monsters collection. Yep. Politics just a got a little scarier. Heroes in Action Toys took some of the biggest names in the history of American politics, and gave them a monster makeover.