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.
The folks at QMX (or Quantum Mechanix) were situated right near our friends at Factory Entertainment so after perusing what they had I examined a few of their enclosures to share the awesomeness with you all. I love these little Q-Figs, especially the Batman and Deadpool ones.
The Toy Tokyo booth seemed a little smaller in overall space this year and I didn’t catch anything that I had not seen before in some variation to share with you. As the company staff was engaged with some other folks when we passed through we weren’t able to get any kind of big informative walk through but photos were permitted and here you go.
That’s all for now but as I have said in the closing of the posts that preceded this one, there is still a lot to share with you based on the size of the event itself. See you next time.