The Toys & Collectibles Of New York Comic Con
NYCC 2013 had plenty of booths on display from various distributors showcasing their latest and greatest action figures, statues, and other assorted collectibles. Click through for a look and remember, it’s okay to drool.
First up was the Pop Culture Shock booth. They didn’t have much on display, but this lifesize Akuma bust was definitely the centerpiece.
Triforce had a buttload of high end (i.e. super expensive) collectibles on hand. Pretty to look at, but insane to pay for unless you have lots and lots and lots of money.
This Black Mask bust is just a prototype, thus the lack of paint, but even in its uncolored state, you can already tell it’s gonna’ be freaking awesome.
These Tetris pieces actually light up, but they couldn’t get a power supply running to the case for them. They light up when connected, and if you make a row, the lights flicker off just as if the pieces were dissappearing in the game!
Here’s a sneak peak at the Yes Anime! booth. They had some super rad stuff. Stay tuned for our exclusive video tour of their booth later in the week.
In case you didn’t know, New York Comic Con is effing HUGE! So huge that I didn’t even know Square Enix had a booth until the last day, and by then everything was sold out and most of their cases were empty. Bummer.
So, I took way more pics of the Bandai booth, but the files on my camera are corrupt, which completely sucks. They a plethora of amazingness like Gundam figures (I’ve barely watched that show even though we have a primer on how to watch that show and I bought three!), some sweet Sailor Moon Figma-esque things, Daft Punk stuff, Mega Man stuff, lots and lots of Power Rangers things, and I can’t even remember what else. You’ll just have to settle for these crummy cell phone pics.
That about wraps it up, kids. Hope you enjoyed oggling all these sexy bits of plastic as much as I did on the Comic Con show floor! My wallet is still feeling the sting, but it hurts so good!