[Toy Fair 2019] Collectibles, Figures, and Statue Booths from the Floor of the New York Toy Fair

Each year my coverage of companies on the show floor of the New York Toy Fair gets longer and longer. In this article I’ll be focusing on some of the companies producing the hottest figures and statues on the market today. There’s a lot to cover so let’s not waste time and dive right in!

Bluefin/Bandai
https://www.bluefinbrands.com/
Bluefin is a leading North American master distributor of toys, collectibles, novelty and hobby products. Bluefin’s extensive catalog is highlighted by a diverse range of high quality, officially licensed products from leading brands and manufacturers from Japan, Hong Kong and the U.S. They are the official exclusive North American distributor for Bandai Collectors, aka “Tamashii Nations,” Bandai Hobby, Bandai Shokugan, Mr. Hobby and GSI Creos, SEN-TI-NEL, Flame Toys and is the exclusive U.S. distributor for Storm Collectibles. Bluefin is also the official North American consumer products and retail development partner for Studio Ghibli.

Take a look at all the items on display at their booth including Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Voltron, Power Rangers, Gundam, Godzilla, Star Wars, and Dragonball.

Storm Collectibles

Flame Toys

Ichiban Figure

SHFiguarts

Bandai Hobby
Star Wars figures and kits

Dragonball

Pokemon

Gundam, Pacific RIm, and More

Star Wars Samurai’s

Mondo
https://mondotees.com
Mondo didn’t have a booth but were showing off their Masters of the Universe figures as well as their designer vinyl figures Mondoids line at the Diamond booth.

Masters of the Universe

Mondoids

1000Toys
https://1000toys.jp/
Founded in 2012 and based in Japan 1000Toys produces 1/6 scale and 1/12 scale art toys. Their featured products include the “TOA Heavy Industries” line featuring their very popular Synthetic Human. While they did not have a booth at the New York Toy Fair there was a display of products from the Diamond booth including their 1/6 and 1/12 scale Synthetic Human as well as Hellboy, Iron Giant, Cuphead, and more.

Kotobukiya
http://en.kotobukiya.co.jp/
Manufacturer of science fiction, comic, movie and video games figures

Square Enix
https://na.square-enix.com/us/home
Square Enix Ltd. Creates some of the hottest games and some of the most stylized figures I have seen from these properties. Take a look below at their amazing products with some Kingdom Hearts figures.

Good Smile Company
https://www.goodsmile.info/en/
Another company that has gotten larger over the last few years at Toy Fair, Good Smile Company is a Japanese manufacturer of vinyl figures, large scale figures, and statues. Figures are based on anime, manga, and video games as well as licensed content such as DC, Disney, Overwatch, Zelda, Marvel, Harry Potter, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to name a few.

Outside the show floor they had a huge display of figures from all their product linies.

Enesco
http://www.enesco.com/
Enesco, an American company specializing in the sales and distribution of giftware, was again at the New York Toy Fair showing off their line of collectible figures. Most of their products can be found in specialty card and gift retailers, home décor boutiques, as well as mass-market chains and online retailers. They have a display of products from almost all Disney animated movies as well as some DC statues included in the mix.

DC Universe

Harry Potter

Misc

Another line on display was Miss Mindy’s ‘Cartoon Folk Art’ which features handcrafted sculptures of both original IP and licensed figures. Her amazing Vinyl Toys just drew me in and I felt the need to share these products with you.

Miss Mindy was also at the booth on Sunday and her bubbly personality was refreshing.

 

Thanks of course go out to all the companies above for welcoming Hi-Def Ninja into their booths and showing us their newest offerings!

About the author

Media Journalist | Michael loves all things Pop Culture. He has an opinion about everything, whether you ask for it or not. Michael collects Convention Exclusives, Legos, Prints, Steelbooks, Transformers, and everything in between.