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It's a busy week as the first "Batman v Superman" figures arrive, new Comic-Con exclusives, "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and much, much more!
Star Wars Celebration unveils a series of exclusives while Hot Toys details War Machine Mark II, McFarlane shows off new "Walking Dead" & much more!
McFarlane Toys showed off tons of "Walking Dead" comic book, TV and building sets along with Halo, WWE and a Medieval Spawn statue!
Clem, the 11-year-old protagonist of the "Walking Dead" video game series from Telltale Games, will come in both clean and "blood-splattered" versions.
New "Man of Steel," "Kick-Ass 2" and "Star Wars" Comic-Con International in San Diego exclusives were revealed this week, while "Guardians of the Galaxy" & "Godzilla" lines were announced at Las Vegas' Licensing Expo.
This week in toy news was loaded with a variety of products from numerous franchises, including The Walking Dead, Thundercats and Star Wars. Plus, Marvel and DC have strong showings with new statues and figures.
"Iron Man 3" has a big week with a wide variety of statues and toys, while perennial collectible favorites Star Trek and Star Wars continue to produce. Plus, E.T. & "Halo 4's" The Didact make a surprise showing.
Post-Toy Fair 2013 the news slows down for new merchandise announcements, but this week we finally lay eyes on the full first wave of the "Man of Steel Movie Masters" figures and new "The Walking Dead" TV toys!
The latest TOYING AROUND spotlights the New York Toy Fair reveals we missed earlier in the week, including the Marvel Select Silver Surfer and Hot Toys' Thor action figures, a pair of DC Collectibles statues and more!
Prior to the commencement of Toy Fair 2013 this weekend, toy companies showed off all kinds of product including merchandise from "The Walking Dead," "Iron Man 3" and DC Entertainment collectibles!
AMC's "Breaking Bad" buying into the action figure game headlined the week in toy announcements, followed by an armory full of "Iron Man" products and McFarlane Toys expanding "The Walking Dead" comic book line.
This week in collectibles brought first looks at exclusive "Walking Dead" MiniMates, new "Venture Bros." figures, a Hot Toys Captain America action figure based on the likeness of Chris Evans and lots more!
McFarlane Toys' founder Todd McFarlane and Prototype Development Director Michael Gulen discuss the creation of the all-new, limited edition Haunt statue, providing CBR with an exclusive first look at the final product.
Fan-favorite "The Walking Dead" character Michonne is set to receive a CCI 2012 exclusive action figure from Robert Kirkman's Skybound and McFarlane Toys based on series artist Charlie Adlard's character design.
CBR and McFarlane Toys are giving away a 4-pack of "The Walking Dead" TV figures based on the hit AMC show. Click for more info and learn how to enter.
Image Comics founder Todd McFarlane, Joe Casey, Nathan Fox and more discuss the future of "Spawn," "Haunt," animation, action figures and how whoring yourself out can pay off.
McFarlane Toys CEO Todd McFarlane spoke with CBR about the just-announced line of "Walking Dead" action figures, the differences between the comics and TV show toys, exploding zombie body parts and more.
AMC is teaming with McFarlane Toys to produce a line of action figures based on characters from "The Walking Dead," the acclaimed TV series adapted from the comic of the same name.
Rich looks back on the big movers during FCBD, while Dwayne McDuffie takes "Justice League" readers behind the scenes on the monthly series. Plus, more on last week's story about layoffs, Superboy's return and much more!
An early look at art from "Barack: The Barbarian," changes at McFarlane Toys, comics publishers paying up (or are they), issue numbering at Marvel, beating the pirates at their game and more. UPDATED with a review of "Wolverine."
The Road to "Beanworld" begins here, as George Khoury interviews creator Larry Marder who shares an exclusive new strip. What is "Beanworld" and where is it all headed? Read this week's edition of POP! to find out.