Hello readers and welcome to another installment from the Toy Fair 2016 explorations. I’m continuing along through the companies that I visited as deeper focuses and with this chapter we are going to share three more based on the photos that were captures. I’ll start with Monogram International Inc. who have a lot of licenses that I enjoy. One of their biggest sellers are these blind boxes and blind bags that let you collect a whole range of things. Take a look at some of what I saw.
Congratulations. You have safely arrived at segment three of our NY Comic Con 2011 coverage, we welcome you back and we thank you for your kind attention as we aim to deliver as many of the wonderful sights to your computer screen as possible. When I left you all in part two, I was still wandering around the halls of the Anime Festival section of the event. Last year this was downstairs on the lower level and I heard rumblings that they had felt pushed off to the side. This year they were up in the attic so to speak and truly felt separated from the main event so I don’t know if this helped them much more. I will say that they appear to have more things going on this time around. Here is some lovely artwork but again as I had mentioned, no sign, no name. Sigh.