#NYTF19 - Super 7 Showroom Images & Walkthrough

by Jay Cochran
February 17, 2019
Shown below are images from the Super 7 showroom at the New York Toy Fair. Not shown but announced will be new 7" MOTC style Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Other characters getting this treatment are Conan which was on display. Also check out Pixel-Dan's Interview with Super 7's Brian Flynn.

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Eternia - 2019-03-20 @ 8:30 pm

Cant wait to get the movie figures.

Thinwheat - 2019-03-08 @ 3:02 pm

Hey, @JayC did they say anything about the articulation on the Voltron figure? It doesn't look like there's any articulation in the legs, but I didn't know if they were going to add it later or if this is more of a statue figure than an action figure.

sXeblues - 2019-03-08 @ 10:44 am

Really cannot wait for that Shadow Weaver... Got one preordered, and couldnt be more excited to finally get her, as shes easily a favorite MOTU character.

SmallPlasticParts - 2019-03-06 @ 9:53 am

That Toxie stole the show for me... never knew i would want that figure this much... now i just hope they add Major Disaster to the bunch and really looking forward to the TMNT line....Voltron was interesting too.

marionlawless - 2019-02-22 @ 1:40 pm

Those Beavis and Butthead figures look ridiculously better than they have any right to be.

InspectorZartan - 2019-02-22 @ 7:39 am
2 hours ago, abnuggler said:

Ive never met him and he doesnt seem like one of those guys who cares little to nothing from their costumers but I think at least in my opinion when your selling something you have to be aware of your issues and accept them, maybe it was just this particular video but he did come across like he thought they had no issues really and all the critique as of late was just people trolling unsubstancially, which is not the case. When super 7 got the MOTU license from mattel I was really looking forward to it because I had seen they operated on a diferent note than mattel and most my problems with mattel were exactly these things, that mattel had qc issues and they almost never aknowledged their errors and their costumer service was awful, after a couple years I dont see much of an improvement with super 7 taking over, but thats just my opinion I guess.

I think part of it is just getting frustrated about the hypothetical complaints (as in I havent received figure xyz yet but Im afraid when it arrived it might be screwed up in such and such ways). I think Super7 has definitely had their issues and there are some decisions theyve made that I strongly dislike, but that said I dont think their intention is to be dismissive (but again I can certainly see how it could come across that way).

abnuggler - 2019-02-22 @ 4:55 am
1 hour ago, InspectorZartan said:

I can definitely see how that came across that way. If I'd never met Brian I would have probably said the same thing, that said having had some partial interaction with Brian for years now Idon't think that was his intention. I don't always agree with Brian, but for the most part I think he's trying to do the best job he can. But he has a very straight forward "hey this is how it is" manner that's different than most "marketing directors" we see at the bigger companies. Sometimes that approach works, sometimes it comes off the wrong way.

Ive never met him and he doesnt seem like one of those guys who cares little to nothing from their costumers but I think at least in my opinion when your selling something you have to be aware of your issues and accept them, maybe it was just this particular video but he did come across like he thought they had no issues really and all the critique as of late was just people trolling unsubstancially, which is not the case. When super 7 got the MOTU license from mattel I was really looking forward to it because I had seen they operated on a diferent note than mattel and most my problems with mattel were exactly these things, that mattel had qc issues and they almost never aknowledged their errors and their costumer service was awful, after a couple years I dont see much of an improvement with super 7 taking over, but thats just my opinion I guess.

InspectorZartan - 2019-02-22 @ 3:38 am
On ?2?/?19?/?2019 at 12:38 PM, abnuggler said:

Also is it just me or is the guy in the video with dan a little condecending, its one thing to have haters online and a whole different thing what happens with people complaining with Super 7's QC issues, I dont like how he shrugs off all their issues as people just wanting to complain, we all know the issues Motuc figures usually have and from the interview it seems like they dont really care to fix their problems and are chucking it off as people just wanting to complain for minor things when we all know that's not the case

I can definitely see how that came across that way. If I'd never met Brian I would have probably said the same thing, that said having had some partial interaction with Brian for years now Idon't think that was his intention. I don't always agree with Brian, but for the most part I think he's trying to do the best job he can. But he has a very straight forward "hey this is how it is" manner that's different than most "marketing directors" we see at the bigger companies. Sometimes that approach works, sometimes it comes off the wrong way.

InspectorZartan - 2019-02-22 @ 3:28 am

I'm really pleased with the MOTU '87 movie figures but honestly I think this should have been it's own line of figures (just like the Club Grayskull/Filmation figures) instead of being part of Classics. Classics has a style and while these movie figures are great they don't really fit that style. If Classics was the only line that existed then I wouldn't have seen this as an issue, but now that Club Grayskull exists which is a branch off line based on Filmation aesthetics then this really seems like it likewise should have been a 3rd stylized line based on movie aesthetics. Also if this was it's own line we could have had more appropriate packaging based on the source material like card backs that are more reminiscent of the look of the movie and perhaps even a slipcase cover (like what comes with the Filmation figures) that looks like a cover from the VHS tape.

natron - 2019-02-20 @ 4:27 pm

When are the MOTUMovie figure due out ?

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