Razor’s new electric version of the Ripstik gives you up to 10 mph of speed which you can call forth with a handheld controller.
Tagged: Toy Fair 2019
Mezco Toyz offers collectible figures, especially from horror film genres and their Living Dead Dolls. This year, we’re seeing a lot of film based figures.
In a fun way, Jabuka is a game that can help develop speed of thought and vocabulary development. Especially useful if you plan on being a rapper some day.
Beyond Comics brings Tricity to life with a figure that has an insane amount of articulation and “seamless, synthetic skin” that’s super soft to the touch.
Have your own mini arcade game machines with My Arcade’s retro gaming units. They’re most excited about the new Retro Champ, a portable NES console.
Pop Pops Snotz puts gooey green slime in an air bubble (like bubble wrap) – and much like bubble wrap, it’s irresistable to pop.
Science Wiz has a microscope for the shockingly affordable price of $29.95. Use with your smartphone for 200x magnification (& more with your camera app.)
Goodsmile’s gorgeous Mickey statue is available stateside for his 90th anniversary while Deadpool’s awesome design is headed exclusively for Japan.
PaiBotz is a programming kit for kids combining hardware (in the form of a robot) with visual programming on a tablet for fun augmented reality learning!
Own a corgi without the responsibilities – in the form of a cute and comfy pillow! Memory Plush presents Waffles and his sister, Hazelnut who are looking for a good home of love and hugs.