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Toy Fair 2014: ThreeA Toys
Published by AnthonyP on February 16, 2014 at 08:31 PM CST |


24-Inch Pascha

Prominently displayed un the center showcase was the 24-inch tall Pascha figure, thta's right, 24-inches tall. The object of this figure is to pick up one (or as many as you want), and then pick up some clothing and accessories to dress her. There are goals to release clothing in boxed sets, so that the collector may pick and chose how they apply her attire.

ThreeA Marvel:

One word, wow. This was the first time I was able to see the Iron Man figures up close and personal and believe me, they don't' disappoint. The details and paint applications on each figure is amazing and as a matter of fact, are still up for pre-order on ThreeA's BambalandStore website., if you still want to add one to your collection.

Then, the one we've all been waiting for. We were finally treated to the first official prototype figure of Doctor Doom. He will stand 12-inches tall and will feature LED lighting throughout areas of his body.

Future figure plans include Thor, Black Widow, The Thing, and more!

TK Hunter

So, earlier this month, ThreeA released an image of a 24-inch TK Hunter that they plan of releasing. Let me tell you, this figure is massive! He looks like a true work of art and towers over the other 1/6-scale figures. The TK Hunter that was on display was yellow, but there are plans to release in different colorways.

ThreeA Miscellaneous

From Tomorrow Queens To Tomorrow Kings and World War Robot, to The World Of Isobelle Pacha, the ThreeA Toys booth was a fulfilling experience. Guests, on their way out, were treated to the Zombacle head and a blind-boxed 3Ago 8-inch figure.



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