So, as you may have noticed, we missed the 2013 New York Comic Con. Again. But don't worry - here's a quick round-up of all the toy-related stuff that was on show.
Mattel had their usual assortment of DC-themed releases alongside the retro-licious (and sadly, coming to an end very soon) Masters of the Universe Classics figures. We also got our first good look at their new 4'' (i.e. GI Joe scale) DC line, set to hit retail soon.
Meanwhile, Hasbro continues to expand its movie-themed toy lines, giving us our first look at the upcoming Captain America: The Winter Soldier line alongside its newly-reinvigorated Star Wars franchise figures, the new (and I hate to be so negative, underwhelming) Kre-O Dungeons & Dragons building sets and more!
The Toy Ark: Star Wars Black Official Images
The Toy Ark: Star Wars Party Display (Including new Star Wars: Rebels figures)
The Toy Ark: Official Hi-Red Captain America Winter Soldier Images
The Toy Ark: Kre-O Dungeons & Dragons Hi-Res Images
The Toy Ark: Amazing Spider-Man 2 Press Release and Images
Cool Toy Review: Hasbro's T'was The Night Before... Party
Action Figure Insider: Hasbro Reveals New 2014 Items... Press Photos
Action Figure Insider: Hasbo Preview Party for New York Comic Con
Diamond Select Toys
Diamond Select Toys showcased their latest Minimates, Universal Monster-themed releases, a new series of collectible busts and more.
The Toy Ark: Diamond Select Toys Display Gallery
Cool Toy Review: Diamond Select Toys
It was another strong showing from everybody's favorite Japanese statue company, with Kotobukiya again showing some awesome superhero-themed releases.
Mezco offered an eclectic range of products this year, including everything from Breaking Bad to Axe Cop!
The Toy Ark: Mezco Booth Gallery Images
Cool Toy Review: Mezco Toys
The line everybody is so excited about - the Call of Duty range - got a full showing at the New York Comic Con, along with our first look at the new Call of Duty zombies!
The Toy Ark: Call of Duty Mega Bloks Display
Cool Toy Review: Mega Bloks
Captain Action Enterprises
Our favorite identity-changing hero was in action (ha!) at the Con, joined by the first iteration of Lady Action - courtesy of Tonner Dolls! But don't worry if this collectible figure release is a little out of your price range: CA Enterprises will also be releasing their own Lady Action further down the line...!