Welcome back my friends, I am here once more with the continuing exploration of the 2019 Toy Fair. This chapter is the second from the LEGO Press Preview and I’ve already pointed out that this is slightly different from the other appointments I make during the show. As before I will mostly let the images do the talking since there is no way that this readership are going to draw a blank when they see these characters. Let’s go.
Continuing along with the exploration of the 2019 Toy Fair, I’m sharing the sights and scenes that were observed during the LEGO Press Preview. This event is a little different from the conventional appointments and takes place at the Javits BEFORE the show floor opens. That makes it my very first mission of the massive event and you even get a sweet special badge to wear.
This would be my second year being invited into this preview so after I got a little coffee into the system (since this began at 7AM), I was ready to share a bunch of images with you. I won’t be talking all that much since these licenses pretty much speak for themselves and they had so many of them. Let’s begin.
Continuing along with the exploration of the 2019 Toy Fair, I am now giving you the inside peak of the Bandai booth. In the past, we’ve never actually done into the booth of the company and instead shared the visuals about their products from the windows around their pavilion. It worked to an extent but now we are heading inside to see what is coming down the pike from them. I was pretty excited about a number of the items since the mighty Godzilla was among them and would be the first stop on my visit to their booth.
Among the figures presented were a number of 8″ or so sized figures which I can easily see myself purchasing a complete set of. They only had Godzilla, King Ghidorah and King Ceasar for display but aren’t they cool.
Continuing along with the exploration of the 2019 Toy Fair, I am now up to the Mego stuff. I grew up with this brand of action figures and its without question that I probably had about “60” different ones when I was a child. My parents bought them for me, my grandmother bought them for me and if I had any gift money from whoever, I would buy them as well.
I loved these things and wish that they had withstood the sands of time. I think I have “8” or so in a box somewhere in one of my closets, so something to look for after Toy Fair has completed. Let’s give a look to the exciting new figures that will be coming out over the course of the year.
Toy Fair 2019 is here and will take over the Javits Center for four days to showcase the latest and greatest toys and games. This industry only event is not open to the general public so you’re going to want to follow this websites Pop Culture section and our Social Networks of Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to see some of the finds as fast as we do. Let us play…..