Disney at American International Toy Fair 2013
(RTM note - this is a long one, with lots of nifty gems mentioned, such as the LEGO Lone Ranger license...)
GLENDALE, CA (Feb. 5, 2013) - Innovation, creativity and powerful storytelling are the hallmarks of the 2013 toy line from Disney Consumer Products (DCP).
Some of the most innovative toys are from the new Monsters University toy collection and include features like sound and light detection technology and facial sync technology to allow for more interactive play than ever before, while The Little Mermaid and Disney Junior toy lines incorporate music and character voices to bring the products to life.
Sparking imagination, these toys capture the magic of playtime with evergreen play patterns. Here is a highlight of the top products from DCP at Toy Fair 2013:
Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan are an inseparable pair, but this was not always the case. Monsters University tells the story of how these two mismatched monsters overcame their differences and became the best of friends.
ALEXANDER DOLL COMPANY CELEBRATES 90TH ANNIVERSARY: INTRODUCES LIMITED EDITION ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION, NEW LICENSED PRODUCT AND A NEW PRODUCT CATEGORY
New York City -- January 30, 2013: The Alexander Doll Company is celebrating its 90th anniversary with a stunning collection of commemorative dolls, new licenses including Dylan's Candy Bar® and a collection of whimsical washable dolls. The entire collection will debut at the International Toy Fair in February 10-13, 2013 at the Javits Center in New York City.
November 2012 - Funko has announced a new batch of 3D POP! Vinyl Bookmarks, this time featuring Disney Princess characters. The bookmarks are six inches long and should be available now.
Look for Cinderella, Snow White, Belle, Tinkerbell, and Ariel.