Hello again my toy and collectible loving readers. Welcome back to my in-depth exploration of the 2014 Toy Fair. I’m going to be featuring a LOT of awesome Anime statues in this posting and going to pick up where I left off with some of the Good Smile Company things.
I also wanted to show off a photo of the Monster Eater. He is designed for those children who are not yet brave in the dark and think that something is in the closet and going to come and get them. A lot of my friends have children of this age who would appreciate such a protector so watch on Amazon.com and perhaps order him to ensure some sweet dreams.
This was just a funny little thing that we saw and yes it was the suits that first caught my wandering eye. Stachetats are a quick way to add a moustache onto your costumed attire and not be afraid of it remaining with you forever.
Now its onto more of the stuff that rings my bell in terms of collectibles and that is the Kotobukiya line of fine statues. Most of them speak for themselves since the name is in the image but the diehard Anime fans know these characters even without my saying so let’s examine.
They also had some stuff that would become talking topics if you purchased them. For instance these lightsaber chopsticks.
These folks were a nice couple and exhibiting at the show for the first time. Their product was to help teach you some basic Italian. It looked like fun if you were trying to teach your little one the language. Perhaps I will find one to help me with some basic Finnish. Onward I explore. Good luck with this product new friends.
Now let’s go over to the folks at Factory Entertainment. They have a lot of cool comic related licenses and assorted goodies. We’ll start with these 3D renditions of some classic comic book covers.
Did you ever think you would see the players of the classic 1960’s “Batman” show on Mt. Rushmore? I bet you didn’t. We appreciated the chance to photograph this as yet unapproved of design. Generally you are not allowed to do that at the Toy Fair which is why you hear me mention some things but you never see a visual.
Some great “Game Of Thrones” items were coming from Factory Entertainment as well and come on don’t you just love these stuffed wolves.
There was a license for The Beatles and these are sure to please the most ardent fan and take residence on their shelves that honor the legendary band.
I’m going to take a breather here and continue along with the discoveries in our next installment. I’ve got plenty more to bring to your attention since Toy Fair is such a massive happening. I’ll see you shortly with that and until I return please click through to the websites that were presented in this chapter.
Toy Fair: http://www.toyfairny.com/
Ciao Bambolini: http://ciaobambolini.com/Home.html
Factory Entertainment: http://www.factoryent.com/
Good Smile Company: http://www.goodsmile.info/en
Monster Eater: http://www.themonstereater.com/