McFarlane Toys Announces New Harry Potter Action Figure Line Ahead Of NY Toy Fair 2019

There has been a lot of big announcements leading up to NY Toy Fair 2019, which begins this Saturday. However, this new one is magical!

Over on McFarlane Toys IG page, the toymaker posted a pic of a golden snitch, with the caption, “A new brand is joining McFarlane Toys in 2019, and trust us – it’s a keeper. Think you know what it is?”

Here is the post via their official Mcfarlane Toys Instagram:

Great pun aside, this is a pretty huge get for McFarlane Toys, whose biggest properties these days include their Walking Dead and Stranger Things toys. The company has also been dabbling in anime, and we may see some My Hero Academia items at this event.

Whether or not McFarlane will have any of these items at NY Toy Fair 2019 is still to be determined, so stay tuned later this week for our coverage of their booth once the big event kicks off on Saturday!

Last year, SH Figuarts revealed their own line of Harry Potter figures, and Star Ace also has a line of more realistic figures out now too. This new product from McFarlane Toys is bound to be priced easier for collectors and more accessible to mainstream buyers.

There have been a lot of reveals leading up to NY Toy Fair. Some of the highlights so far have included Hasbro’s “Star Wars: Galaxy of Adventures” figures, Mezco’s new One:12 Captain Marvel figureMego announced new 14″ Star Trek figures, and a new line based on characters from Stan Lee’s vault, and Neca debuted a great looking Shredder and Karate Kid set.

UPDATE: Around 1 PM EST we got an official press release from the company, giving more details about what we can expect, and when we can see it.

Want to see more Harry Potter from us? Check out our review of the Jakks Pacific Harry Potter mini-wand collection or our review of the Lego Harry Potter mystery mini-figures!

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