Entertainment Properties Reign Supreme
Several all-new 2020 product lines based on entertainment properties were on display from Playmates, including a toy line based on Zag’s action-comedy animation series “Power Players,” a collection of figures inspired by Disney’s “Frozen 2,” a collection of toys based on ZAG’s “Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir” and toys based on Toho’s history of classic Godzilla Kaiju, as well as Legendary’s newest cinematic feature film,“Godzilla vs. Kong.”
WowWee Debuts New Product Lines
WowWee unveiled an array of new brands and product lines. All new innovations and line extensions across multiple licensed toy categories were shown off for Pinkfong’s Baby Shark line. Power Treads, MiP Arcade, Lucky Fortune and more showed their latest lineups. The company also debuted its latest entry into a new consumer category with BriteBrush, a smart toothbrush for kids.
Super7 Rocks Out with New Licensing Deals
Super7 have announced new licenses including Disney Consumer
The company also continueed to expand into music and sports lines with Iron Maiden, Ghost, Misfits, King Diamond and more rocking as Super7’s latest music ReAction Figures. Super7 launched into new genres as well with the coming releases of Notorious B.I.G along with O.D.B. and Run DMC action figures.
Adding to the collections, Super7 announced its upcoming line of NBA ReAction Figures, including the Golden State Warriors Steph Curry this spring and the Los Angeles Lakers LeBron James in fall. The company also expanded its MLB ReAction Figures with mascots and modern players getting the ReAction Figure treatment.
Bandai and Bluefin Team for Classic IP Deals
Bluefin and Bandai announced a raft of new products, including collectibles and products for “Mobile Suit Gundam,” “Star Wars,” “Marvel,” “Godzilla,” “Dragon Ball,” “Pokémon,” “Sailor Moon,” “Fate Grand Order,” “Kamen Rider,” “Street Fighter,” “Mortal Kombat,” and “Evangelion.”
MGA Goes Green
MGA debuted L.O.L. Surprise! degradable products and packaging at Toy Fair. The company also announced a new product line from parent-trusted brand Little Tikes, which is made entirely from post-consumer and post-industrial resin.
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