We here at Screen Rant have agents in many places, but even we can’t be everywhere at once. Unfortunately, one of those places-we-are-not is the 2010 Toy Fair, where a bunch of toys (ahem, “collectibles”) inspired by your favorite superheroes and/or movies are all being unveiled to the geek adult public.
The great thing about the Toy Fair is that gives us an early look at some of the character designs for highly-anticipated upcoming superhero movies like Iron Man 2, Thor, The First Avenger: Captain America and more. Want to get a sneak peek? then check out our photo gallery tour of some of the highlights at the 2010 Toy Fair.
Check out selection of photos below, with links to full galleries at the sites which were kind enough to share their Toy Fair experience with the rest of us lazy bums.It’s almost like being at the Toy Fair!
First up, a nice little roundup of toys that include figures inspired by Iron Man 2, Captain America, and Thor!
MTV Splash Page and Latino Review provided a nice little video tour of the Iron Man 2 figures and accessories, with photos to go along with and a visit from a very special guest! And did you know that Iron Man has a mobile command unit? (Sorry guys, it’s not in the movie!
- Iron Man gets his own version of ‘Operation’
- Every version of the Iron Man armor you can think of…
- …But still only one version of Whiplash…
- Whiplash close up
Finally, Collider has a more detailed hi-res gallery of the latest Iron Man toy line:
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For more hi-res pics, go HERE.
Our own Rob Keyes was one of first to highlight this Thor and Captain America figurine combo. Are these the costumes we’ll be seeing in the movies? Notice how Cap’s mask is now a helmet with wingtips painted on the side. I like.
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Not to be outdone, the DC Universe showed up to play, with figures from the Green Lantern universe, Batman: Brave and the Bold and even some classic DC costumes! Thanks to Figures.com for collecting this spectacular gallery!
- Guy Gardner and Tomar-Re deluxe figurines
Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner, Jon Stewart and the Original GL, Alan Scott, shining their lights bright for the Green Lantern Corps:
- Toyline from ‘Batman: Brave and the Bold’
- Some Classic DC Universe
…And it wouldn’t be a party without The Joker!
Finally, some figures inspired by upcoming movies (click on each image for a larger size):
The New Freddy Krueger (Jackie Earle Haley) from A Nightmare on Elm Street
Fear the Predators
Wow, that is a lot of images, but we’re only dusting the surface (not even scratching it!)
If you want to continue on this vicarious tour of the 2010 Toy Fair, then be sure to check out all of the source links at the bottom of the post – they’ll lead you to some of the best Toy Fair Galleries currently available.