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Enesco “Bunny Love” figurine Review

Matthew and Andrea look at a sneak peek at the “World of Miss Mindy” and her series of figurines from Enesco. In this review, we look at the Bunny Love figurine and talk about our experience at the Enesco booth during NY Toy Fair 2018.

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Disney Collectables by Enesco at NY Toy Fair 2018

Enesco rolled out a massive new line-up of figurines and statues based on many Disney properties throughout the years. Shown during NY Toy Fair 2018 was product crafted by Jim Shore and Miss Mindy of characters from The Little Mermaid, Mickey & Minnie, Lilo & Stitch, Aladdin, Nightmare Before Christmas, Alice in Wonderland, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Peter Pan, Fantasia, Beauty and The Beast, Tangled, and more.

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NYCC 2017: Banpresto World Figure Colosseum Statues

Here is a look at the entries for the Banpresto World Figure Colosseum, an event where sculptors make insanely awesome statues based on Dragon Ball and One Piece and compete to see who will reign supreme. The event happened during NYCC 2017, and there were many breathtaking entries, as you will see in the video above. Stay tuned for more coverage from NYCC!

More info on DC Collectibles “Artist Alley”vinyl statue Line

Designer super hero toys — meet street art. Announced over the weekend via an exclusive reveal at designer toy and comic convention, Five Points Festival, DC Collectibles is teaming up with some of the most talented independent artists in the industry to launch the new line, DC Artist Alley.

Inspired by the popular comic convention experience, DC Artist Alley will serve as an artist-focused vinyl statue line that merges indie design with the most iconic characters in the DC Universe. Serving up highly detailed, limited edition PVC figures, the first wave of releases will launch in 2018 and will feature a reimaging of seven classic characters – three from each artist, with more artists to follow.

“The motivation to create a line celebrating radical new artists stems from years of visiting cons and being impressed by the raw talent and artwork on display,” says Jim Fletcher, Executive Creative Director, DC Collectibles. “When we decided to launch DC Artist Alley, we approached visionaries we felt would best represent the line, while bringing their own creative signature to our classic characters.”

Designs will include illustrator Chris Uminga’s offbeat interpretations of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, Barcelonian-bred artist, Sho Murase’s stylish designs for Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn, and HaiNaNu “Nooligan” Saulque’s exaggerated designs on The Joker, Batman and Harley Quinn. Each figure will also be accompanied by a print showcasing its original artwork.

DC Collectibles debuts “Artists Alley” vinyl line at Five Points Festival 2017

The main man who isn’t Lobo, Jim Fletcer, was on hand at Five Points Festival 2017 to debut the new DC Collectibles vinyl line titled “Artists Alley”. Check out this interview to get all of the details about the latest endeavor from DC Collectibles, which artists are on board, plans for future series, and why they are jumping into vinyl.

DC Collectibles Unveils New 2018 Cover Girls Collection

Eisner Award nominated artist Joëlle Jones has been tapped to take over the popular DC Collectibles Cover Girls statue line. Announced today during the DC Collectibles panel at WonderCon, the fan-favorite artist for SUPERGIRL: BEING SUPER and LADY KILLER will give fans and collectors her unique take on iconic DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains. Jones will first take on mischievous vixen Harley Quinn, with Supergirl, Batgirl, and Mera statues slated to follow in 2018.

Created in 2009, the DC Cover Girls line has been graced by talented artists, most recently with famed designers Adam Hughes and Stanley Lau leaving their mark through creative interpretations of the renowned characters. With an already strong presence at DC through her work on the critically acclaimed comic, SUPERGIRL: BEING SUPER, Jones will lend her unique style and uncanny ability to capture energy and expression, and hail as the first female designer of the Cover Girls line.

On the difference between creating 3D designs for statues in contrast to her 2D comic art, Joëlle Jones stated, “one of my favorite things about designing sculptures is being able to capture the essence of the character in statue form. Evaluating the small nuances you appreciate in a character and using that to dictate their gestures, allows opportunities for expression you don’t necessarily get when creating a comic book.”

Inspired by the powerful women of the DC Universe, Cover Girls has been a long-running line for DC Collectibles, with dynamic depictions of the most famous superheroines and supervillains in the form of premium 9” statues.

Get a first-look at how Joëlle plans to put her spin on the fierce female characters, as she sits down for an exclusive interview with DC’s premier entertainment show, DC All Access.

“DC Collectibles” toys & sculptures at NY Toy Fair 2014 – Batman, Superman, Arkham Origins

Our favorite DC Collectibles Super Hero, Jim Fletcher, gave us the walkthrough of his booth at NY Toy Fair 2014, which featured a legion of new super hero action figures, statues, plushes, and more.

This video features new statues from the Batman: Black and White line, including Neal Adams’ contribution, statues of a pin-up girl style Zatanna with John Constantine rabbit and Catwoman on a motorcycle, Deadman plush figurine, a Batman dart board, DC heroes & villains chess set, more figures from the Greg Capullo line of Batman toys, DC Scribblenauts blind box vinyl figures, Infinite Crisis statues (including Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and Green Lantern) new DC 52 figures, toys from the CW’s “Arrow” series, and new Batman: Arkham Origins figures based on the hit video game trilogy, including an enormous Joker from the Arkham Asylum game.

All this and plenty more inside the DC Collectibles booth!