Who doesn’t love a great crossover? Let us join the collectibles universe with a big “wow!!” when it comes to the news of Hasbro and Mattel joining forces for the greater good…to fight Decepticons. OK, it’s a little more involved than that. The two toy company giants have entered into a multi-year licensing agreement to […]
Hasbro Pulse Con 2021 has come and gone, but not before revealing a ton of great new exclusives. This year’s convention featured all of our favorite franchises from Marvel and Star Wars, to G.I. Joe, Transformers and lots more. And now you’ll find them listed on hobbyDB. The best part? Entertainment Earth is providing FREE […]
It’s Amazon Prime Day and if we’re to believe many internet memes, today (and tomorrow) are the days we celebrate the sacrifices that Optimus Prime and the rest of the Transformers made to ensure the safety of the human race. Or something like that. The reality is, it’s always a good time to honor the […]
The Force was strong with hobbyDB this week, with hundreds of new items arriving in the database from Funko’s annual FunkoWeen reveals to vintage Kenner Return of the Jedi action figures. Among the new items is Pop! Red Miller, the first Funko exclusive from good hobbyDB friend Legion M. Read more about the exclusive here. […]
One of our very first clients was called Dumbee Combex Marx (DCM). It was an offshoot of the old Marx Toys, famous for wonderful tin toys back in the 30 and 40s. It was a publicly traded British company, and they opened a US office, to launch a 12” high fashion doll called Sindy. Harvey […]
Even if you never owned a Transformers action figure, you most certainly knew of the robots in disguise who were more than meets the eye. Produced jointly by American toy company Hasbro and Japanese toy company Takara, Transformers is one of the most enduring franchises in pop culture to this day. Originally debuting in 1984, the multimedia brand […]
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