Wicked Cool Toys and Their Wicked Amount of Pokemon Toys

With Pokemon fandom growing year after year, Wicked Cool Toys showed off a massive amount of figures, plushes, and cosplay accessories at the New York Toy fair this year. With the upcoming Detective Pikachu movie to boot, I haven’t been this excited or impressed by the upcoming lineup of goodies!

The first, and possibly my favorite segment of the booth was the showcase of all the currently accessible Detective Pikachu merchandise. The Detective Pikachu plush is a 2-in-1; it produces noises of a classic Pikachu, but also has the chance to give participants the ability to hear Ryan Renold’s version of the electric mouse. Additionally, Mr. Mime’s plush’s hands are opposable, conforming to whatever mime-ry you want it to act out. The representatives also cited that there are more to come, especially after the upcoming new trailer…

The widely successful proportional figures continued the line of beautful items at the Wicked Cool Toys’ booth. Scheduled from this month, all the way up to the end of the year, these miniature toys are all in-scale with each other and offer plenty of variety for trainers who want to have a full breath of characters.

Plushes were also showcased at Wicked Cool Toys. Seasonal Pikachu were presented, included a Witch Hat Pikachu andPumpkin Bag Pikachu, along with Pichu, Munchlax, and Charizard. There were also 6 adorable plush keychains of various pocket monsters that can perfectly accessorize your backpack.

Surprisingly there was also a small section for Pokemon Quest figures. Eevee, Pikachu, Snorlax, and Gengar are all featured.

Possibly my favorite item showcased is the malleable Ditto. This transformative creature is a mix between a stress ball and paper weight. I was a bit concerned that Ditto’s eyes and mouth were wearing off, but representatives stated that the material is not finalized, but will NOT spear off. To put it bluntly, I am super excited for my own cute Ditto.

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