Toy Fair 2020: McFarlane Toys

“Every Time Someone Farts A Demon Gets His Wings”…. Todd McFarlane and Mcfarlane Toys made their way to Toy Fair and they didn’t come empty-handed. As everyone knows they have […]

“Every Time Someone Farts A Demon Gets His Wings”….

Todd McFarlane and Mcfarlane Toys made their way to Toy Fair and they didn’t come empty-handed. As everyone knows they have the DC license and hit the ground running with some great additions to the line. Armored Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman were a highlight for me. The figures were well designed and highly detailed. So far they have not disappointed with this line and continue to add some great figures like Harley Quinn, Joker, Batman, and Joker Arkham Asylum, The Batman Who Laughs, Azreal, Batgirl, Green Arrow from Arrow,  Wonder Woman from WW1984, Animated series Batman, Superman and Jon Stewart Green Lantern and many others.

Mortal Combat line continues with new additions of Johnny Cage, Baraka, Kitana, Raiden, and the much-anticipated Spawn figure from Mortal Combat.

Call of Duty added  Modern Warfare Ghost. Dooms  Marauder, Doom Slayer green and bronze version were shown off as well.

CyberPunk figures which I was impressed with included several versions of Johnny Silverhand and the third character is V a playable character that you are able to design.

Warhammer was one of the newest editions to the figure lines which included a gray version which allows for the Warhammer gamers to customize as they do with the smaller game version characters.

5 nights of Freddy adds a few more build sets like Deluxe Concert stage and, Vent Repair  to their already sizeable sets

My Hero Academia wave 2 will include: Eijiro Kirishima, Tenya Iida, Ochaco Uraka, and Shoto Todoroki

We will see a retro Spawn figure based off the comic and updated to the 1995 style with modern posing called Spawn 2020 edition. Of course, I asked the infamous question of will the leg-breaking be added as well as a joke lol. For those of us who bought the 1995 Spawn figures remember the leg issue with some of the figures but don’t let that stop you from adding these to your collection, I’m sure Quality Control will be awesome.

Finally Bloodshot from the movie starring Vin Diesel was another Highlight for McFarlane Toys. Great detail and the resemblance to Vin Diesel was well-done homage to the white skin( we have yet to see that in the movie trailers) was an added bonus to an already well-designed figure.

Although We didn’t get a chance to talk to Todd ( they had a hard time keeping him in one spot). You could really see the passion and love he not only has for fans but his product as well. From the looks, there is no slowing this group down.

About Mike Hopkins - Feature Editor

As a long time collector, Mike's love for pop culture began in the 1980's with G I Joe and has grown since. Today he is our Managing Editor specializing in reviews of Mezco, DIamond Select Toys, DC Collectible and many other brands. As a writer he brings a honest but fair review style to Fanboy Factor. "What makes us who we are is our opinions other wise we get lost among many others who do not stand apart in the crowd."