Toy Fair 2010

Marvel Storms Toy Fair 2010

Check out photos and details from Marvel's visit to Toy Fair 2010!

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By David Press

Marvel.com hit Toy Fair 2010 at the Jacob K. Javitz Center last week, and we saw a ton of astonishing things! Keep readin' for details or skip on over to our Toy Fair 2010 image gallery for more than 140 photos!

Marvel busts at the Monogram International booth, Toy Fair 2010
The first stop was at the Monogram International booth where we spotted busts of Iron Man, Venom and Red Hulk; a Spider-Man/Sandman throwdown in diorama form; mini Super Hero figures; various key chains; and bronze miniatures of Captain America, Iron Man and Cyclops. This was all just the tip of the iceberg, though. Check out all the Monogram International pics in our Toy Fair 2010 image gallery.

Marvel busts at the Monogram International booth, Toy Fair 2010
The second stop on the Marvel toy trip was at Funko, Inc. where the fine folks at Funko introduced us to a wealth of upcoming bobbleheads and other bodacious toys. Fans eager for "Iron Man 2" goodies will be able to snatch up Nodniks (small, stylized bobblehead figures) of Iron Man and War Machine along with Wacky Wobblers of Iron Man, War Machine and Whiplash! Take a look at all our Funko pics in our Toy Fair 2010 image gallery, including a super-sweet Iron Man lamp/alarm clock/speaker for your mp3 player!

Next up was the Kotobukiya booth, where the crew showed off their trademark craftsmanship with some unbelievable pieces--from Fine Art Statues in the Avengers Reborn line to Art FX Iron Man Mark IV to new Bishoujo statues and more!

Marvel Statues at the Kotobukiya Booth, Toy Fair 2010
Leading the Avengers Reborn Fine Art Statues charge at Toy Fair was Captain America, decked out in his World War II-style outfit as seen in CAPTAIN AMERICA: REBORN. Cap also comes with a second, modern-style head that can easily be switched off the statue. Add in a badass Thor statue in his current costume, and an upcoming Invincible Iron Man, and the Avengers Reborn series looks to be a winner when the line kicks off this Spring.

Marvel Phoenix Bishoujo Statue at the Kotobukiya Booth, Toy Fair 2010

Also on display at Kotobukiya's booth were sketches of the upcoming Wolverine and Psylocke entires in the X-Men Danger Room Session statues; Iron Man, Red Hulk and Doctor Doom statues; and a host of sexy new Marvel Bishoujo statues, including Phoenix and Psylocke. Click here to see all the photos in our Toy Fair 2010 image gallery.

 

Iron Man Replica Arc Reactor at the Diamond Select Booth, Toy Fair 2010
Visiting the Diamond Select booth revealed a plethora of Marvel goodness including a replica Iron Man Arc Reactor prototype from the first "Iron Man" film; Marvel Select action figures; dozens of MiniMates; Bowen busts and much more. Check out the photos here.

The final stop on our tour was the Hasbro showroom, which was swamped with "Iron Man 2" toys, games and accessories. 

Life-size Iron Man statue at the Hasbro Showroom, Toy Fair 2010

On display at Hasbro were Iron Man Mark I, Mark IV and Mark VI action figures; a life-size Mark IV armor; build-your-own-armor cards with translucent additions and Repulsor gloves; and a wearable, talking Iron Man helmet. Iron Man's Red Vortex car won Best Toy at the British Toy Fair, and was prominently displayed and did not disappoint.  Marvel's Director of Merchandising--and one of the madmen behind "Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?!"--Jesse Falcon took us through all of the toys in the showroom, which included a walking, talking, repulsor-blasting Iron Man. 

Marvel Universe 3.75'' Action Figures at the Hasbro Showroom, Toy Fair 2010
But it wasn't all Iron Man at Hasbro! Browse through our Toy Fair 2010 image gallery to see photos of new Super Hero Squad figures, numerous Spider-Man toys and dozens of Marvel Universe 3.75" heroes and villains!

Look for official Toy Fair 2010 our video highlight reel, clips and photos from Agent M, along with news, pictures and announcements galore, right here on Marvel.com in the coming months.

 

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