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#NYTF Booth Showcase: Bleacher Creatures

Have you ever wanted a plush version of your favorite Batman characters? Don’t fret, Bat-fans– Bleacher Creatures has you covered, and we got a great look at their New York Toy Fair 2015 booth! Available now, the first wave of Batman Classic TV Series inspired Bleacher Creatures features Batgirl, Robin, Batman, The Joker, and Catwoman. The 10″ plush are excellent…

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#NYTF Booth Showcase: Gund

One of the highlights of New York Toy Fair 2015 was undoubtedly Gund’s booth. This year, Gund had a major focus on their new line of DC Comics inspired plush, teased in 2014 as a follow-up to their partnership with DC on UglyDoll. The series features pre-existing Gund plush characters Malone, Hardwin, Anya, and Griffin…

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#NYTF Booth Showcase: DC Collectibles

If you’re looking for great Batman toys and collectibles from New York Toy Fair 2015, why not go straight to the source? After all, nobody’s going to make Batman memorabilia like the people who make Batman! With that in mind, come along with us for a virtual look at DC Collectibles’ NYTF 2015 booth! I’ll…

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#NYTF Spotlight: Diamond Select Toys “Batman Classic TV Series” Busts and More!

Holy Toy Fair Batman– Diamond Select Toys has wowed again with a brand new set of Batman Classic TV Series products! (They also have a bunch of great collectibles inspired by Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures, but we’ll talk about those in a later feature– stay tuned!) Let’s take a look at what’s coming up for us Bat-fans…

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#NYTF Booth Showcase: Funko

While there was certainly plenty to see at New York Toy Fair 2015, one of the best booths for Bat-fans was undoubtedly Funko. Known primarily for their line of POP! figures (like the one that centered December 2014’s Loot Crate), Funko also is behind Wacky Wobblers bobbleheads, Mystery Minis blind box figures, and new lines like…

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Batman Classic TV Series Batmobile Metal Bottle Opener Review

What defines “The Batmobile” to you? For some, the Batmobile is Tim Burton’s slick black gothic speedster, while for others it’s the military-esque Tumbler of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. Still, for a generation hooked on a Batman that “Biff”-s, “Bam”-s, and “Pow”-s villains with characteristic aplomb, there’s only one atomic battery-powered ride that can hold the honor of…