Our Toy Fair 2003 coverage wraps up as we look at the following companies: NECA, Buffalo Games, Dark Horse Comics, Glory Innovations, and Gemmy.


Toy Fair - NECA

NECA displayed their upcoming Homer jack in the box. This in unique in that it plays the Simpsons theme when it's being turned. They also unveiled their plans for a Simpsons lava lamp [not available for photography]. The lamp is Power Plant themed and features a detailed base showing Homer, Lenny, and Carl working hard (or hardly working).

Buffalo Games

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Buffalo Games displayed their Simpsons photomosaic puzzles.

Dark Horse Comics

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The Diamond Comics booth had Dark Horse's upcoming squishy Blinky toy on display. When squeezed, a green "radioactive" light flashes through it.

Glory Innovations

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Glory Innovations is a foreign company that specializes in premiums toys. These small cut-out Simpsons figures are available in some foreign markets as insert premiums in cereals and outlets like that.


Toy Fair - SunStar

Gemmy had a number of Simpsons item displayed in their booth, mostly the dancing Homer items they have already released. New items displayed there included the Mr. Burns and Krusty dolls seen above. They wobble at the waist like the others and are supposed to have voice/music chips as well.

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