Toy Fair 2013: McFarlane Toys

Feb 15 // Brian Szabelski    @brianszabelski

Rabbids and assassins and zombies, oh my!

The McFarlane Toys booth at Toy Fair was chock full of licensed character goodies. Chief among those are new figures based on the Rabbids, all set to start coming in January 14. Figures in 4- and 8-inch varieties are in the works, as well as a mix-and-match series. 

Coming in August are some Assassin's Creed 3 figures (which Tomopop's Keith Polott tells us look great in person), along with a multipack that includes assassins from some of the previous games. There's also a role-play blade gauntlet on the way with a hidden blade, clearly intended for an adult audience (i.e. don't buy this for your kids). 

More Halo figures are on the way, and as we've heard, they'll be bundled with DLC codes from Series 2 onwards. There's also a new Didact figure from Halo 4 on the way that will have a DLC code with it. Oh, and as you can tell, Halo-flavored Xbox Avatar figures are indeed happening.

Finally, McFarlane's The Walking Dead line will continue, with new sculpts shown and new releases coming later this year. There's also more Walking Dead merch on the way, too, beyond figures.

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