Toy Fair 2010 Preview
Sneak peek at Grendel and Fist of Justice, new Mallows, more...
Indie Spotlight Series 3 Sneak Peek: Fist of Justice
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Shocker Toys writes announcing that they will be attending the American International Toy Fair and showcasing new collectibles in their Indie Spotlight and Mallow toy lines.
Items to be on display at Toy Fair include:
Indie Spotlight Series 3 Sneak Peek: Grendel
Series 1 (in stores now): 6-inch scale figures of Jim Valentino’s ShadowHawk (and black costume variant), Rob Schrab's SCUD, The Disposable Assassin (and variant SOL), Terry Moore's Katchoo of Strangers in Paradise, David Mack's Kabuki, and MTV's The Maxx (an 8 inch mega figure).
Series 2: Dick Tracy and Dick Tracy with Tommy gun and overcoat, King Zombie (from Deadworld) and a King Zombie variant, Jack Staff, Ignacia (from Wildguard) and The Tick. Each figure in Series 2, or "The Tick Series," also includes an accessory from the Tick's world. As an added bonus the Series 2 free mail away figure will be Arthur.
Series 3: The Phantom, Zorro, Grendel (unpainted prototype above), Fist of Justice (unpainted prototype at top) and Nira-X
New Indie Spotlight Golden Age Series 1: Dan Garret's Blue Beetle, The Arrow, Black Terror, Daredevil and The Heap
New Indie Spotlight Two Packs:
- Series 1: Captain Action and Zen)
- Series 2: Lazerman and Classic Madman
New Mallows: Defuser and Feedback
A new 5" marshmallow themed designer figure, featuring up to 10 points of articulation and up to 7 interchangeable parts. They will be sold in licenses such as Madballs, My Pet Monster, Sushi Pack, Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Soul Eater, Johnny Test, Monster in My Pocket and more. They will also be a girls-only line called Go-Girlz and a featured artist designer series plus blank color bodies for customers to create their own characters.
Source: Edited Shocker Press Release