New York Toy Fair: 90+ Pics From the Diamond Select Toys Booth

Diamond Select Toys always have one of the must-see booths at every show they set up at, but Toy Fair especially. They like to surprise us over there, always showing off something we are not expecting and then blowing our minds with the quality of the figures and such they put out. This year is no different. From their ever-popular Gallery statues to some surprising additions to the Select figure line, they blew our minds yet again. Let's take a look at what they had to show off this year.

First off, their line of busts is continuing, with samples of Stay Puft, Mortal Kombat, DC, Marvel and more all on display. Highly detailed, yet affordable. They really have tapped into something nobody else seems to have cracked. Having affordable pieces without sacrificing quality is not something a lot of companies are doing these days, and Diamond Select Toys deserve a ton of credit for taking this approach. From the busts to the plethora of Gallery statues across many, many licenses, they are really kicking butt in the eye-catching display realm. Marvel, DC, Godzilla, Avatar The Last Airbender, Star Wars, Mortal Kombat, John Wick. the list goes on and on.

A special tip of the cap as well to Minimates! They are up into the 80's as far as waves go, which is insane to think about, and still going strong.

Also all over the booth were many additions to their Select figure line. The big surprise is that they are making a go at Lord of the Rings figures. These were pending licensor approval, but below you can check out what will be a stellar offering when they come to market. New waves of Avatar The Last Airbender, Marvel Select, John Wick, Castlevania, and more will also be on the way over the next year.

Enough from me. Look at everything Diamond Select Toys had on display down below!

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About Jeremy Konrad

Jeremy Konrad has written about collectibles and film for almost ten years. He has a deep and vast knowledge of both. He resides in Ohio with his family.
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