HNN Coverage of NY Toy Fair 2020: Trick or Treat Studios

by Sean McLaughlin

On Saturday, February 22nd, HNN staff members Larry and Sean invaded the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan once again for New York Toy Fair 2020!  The biggest and most influential brands in the collectible toy industry show off their latest products, and formerly unveil all of their upcoming goodies for the pop culture-consuming masses.  For horror fans, this is their first chance to catch a glimpse of all of the future goriness hitting store shelves in the very near future.   Toy giants like Mezco, NECA, McFarlane Toys and Super7 among many others never fail to impress, and this year was no different.  Check out all of our coverage over the next few days!

Trick or Treat Studios

Perhaps no company’s booth changed as dramatically since last year as Trick or Treat.  Whereas 2019’s display consisted almost entirely of the incredibly-detailed and authentic line of masks that they offer, this year will see them branch out into a larger chunk of the movie prop space as well as their first foray into 12-inch figures.  And judging by their upcoming pieces, they have a very bright future in that market.  The highlights include an awesome Art the Clown from Terrifier, Michael Myers from the original film as well as parts 4 and 5, and a beautiful line of zombie busts and statues from the Fulci classics House by the Cemetery and Zombie as well as Zombie Holocaust and Dawn of the Dead.  And check out the full-sized bust of Fluffy from Creepshow, designed by Tom Savini (as he did for the film as well!)  The horror masks and props that Trick or Treat are known for were on display too, but it’s great to see them branching out into other areas of the horror collectible market!

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