Check out these NEW collectibles! Marvel, Spy x Family, Naruto, and more!Categories: Latest News , New Releases
New figures and collectibles have been recently announced, and we want to share all the news in case you missed it. Check out all the amazing new figures coming later this year.
Press Release: Bluefin Brands Headed to NYCC 2019Tags: transformers , tekken , tamashii nations , street fighter , storm collectibles , star wars , s.h. figuarts , nycc , mortal kombat , gundam , flame toys , dragon ball z
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Visit Bluefin’s Brands During NYCC Booth #1520 & Tamashii Nations Booth #1903 And 2019 Dragon Ball World Adventure Booth #1612
BLUEFIN DETAILS A WIDE ARRAY OF EXCLUSIVE PRODUCTS AND SPECIAL EXHIBITS FOR 2019 NEW YORK COMIC CON
Anaheim, CA, September 23, 2019 – Bluefin, a Bandai Namco group company and the leading North American distributor of toys, collectibles, and hobby merchandise from Japan and Asia, brings a comprehensive array of products from its arsenal of leading collectibles brands to the 2019 New York Comic Con.
The 2019 New York Comic Con takes place October 3rd – 6th at the Javits Convention Center in Manhattan and is the East Coast's biggest pop culture convention. The annua
NYCC 2019 Exclusives from Storm CollectiblesTags: tekken , street fighter , storm collectibles , nycc , mortal kombat
New York Comic Con is just two weeks away and we’re excited to announce three exclusives from Storm Collectibles we’ll have available at our booth. We hope you have your fighting stick hands ready for Bloody Scorpion and Cyber Ninja Smoke. Additionally, Cyrax and Cammy are coming first to market at NYCC, giving attendees the chance to pick up these figures before anyone else. That's right folks. This is happening! Who's ready? Check out the figures, accessories, and pricing below. Quantities are limited so head over to Booth #1520 sooner rather than later.
Mortal Kombat Figures Available for Pre-OrderTags: storm collectibles , mortal kombat
Mortal Kombat first arrived in arcades all the way back in 1992. The 2D fighting game packed with blood and gore changed the way we looked at video games forever. Parents watched in horror as heads are ripped off with the spine still attached, hearts torn out of chests, and opponents were burned alive. Oh my! The public outcry over violence in video games helped lead to the creation of the ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board) which assigned ratings to video games. This of course gave parents a warning label to help decide if a game was appropriate for their children.
Fast forward 27 years later and Mortal Kombat has spawned 14 video games including sequels, spinoffs and reboots. Additionally, the bloody franchise also released two feature films, a web-series, animated series, comic books, and let’s not forget a killer soundtrack to the 90’s. During this time, we have seen nearly 80 characters make their way onto the game’s roster. Now t