Well hello once more my dear readers it is so nice to have you back with us for the final look into the 2011 Toy Fair. I admire your resolve and interest in the subject matter and so without any further adieu welcome to chapter seven – The Final Toy Fair 2011 Thrill……
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Hey there readers are you still with me? Well that is good to hear because I did have a little bit more to share with you from the 2011 Toy Fair and as you can probably tell as we introduce our sixth chapter, there was just too much to discuss about it to give you one single endless piece. Continuing on I ask that you please sit back and enjoy the visuals.
Greetings readers and welcome back to our exclusive and expansive coverage of Toy Fair 2011. You’ve arrived at the fifth chapter of our adventure and as you have seen in the earlier posts, there was a whole lot of amazing things to be observed and discussed. So much that defining it all out in one single post would be cheating you of its grandiose nature. With that being the case let’s get back to the task at hand. I hope we keep on intriguing your playful side.
Three chapters deep and now welcome to the fourth segment as PiercingMetal continues to wander the Jacob Javits Center for Toy Fair 2011. So far this was a massive feast for the eyes and senses if you were a media representative like Skeleton Pete and I were and while we had thus far seen a bevy of coolness, this particular chapter let’s us show off the music and Metal related things that we saw. With that being the case, please continue along and by all means enjoy the presentation.
Here we are again and while I thanked you readers for hitting us up on the second chapter of this adventure I want to do so once again. As you might recall with our Comic Con coverage, the bigger the event, the better it is to break it up into several chapters so you can easily digest what you saw and not be overloaded. With that being the case here is chapter three of our exploration into Toy Fair 2011. I hope we make you feel as though you wandered the aisles as well.
Hey there and welcome back. I am so glad that you are choosing to join us as we continue exploring the amazing event known as Toy Fair. Since this is the second chapter in our coverage I’ll keep my introductory thoughts brief and let the images do most of the talking as I wander the halls and corridors of the Jacob Javits Center with our good friend and comrade in arms Skeleton Pete. Let’s get down to business.
A few days ago, the Javits Center in NYC was taken over by the 108th Annual Toy Fair and this massive event brings together the manufacturers and innovative product creators along with the buyers and the media under one massive roof to showcase all of the newest stuff for the toy and gaming populace of the world. PiercingMetal was no longer a stranger to the Javits Center and its wealth of interesting conventions as we had already attended and covered the daunting event known as Comic Con which you can read about by clicking the logo below. I also attended the Photo Expo for the sake of the personal side blog that I keep, but when it came down to it, Toy Fair would be an entirely different affair. (continue reading…)
and I am happy to report that I will be one of the approved members of the Internet Press in attendance for this surely amazing affair. You might have heard of it from news reports or industry postings online but not been all too sure about what it actually is and that makes total sense because this event is not open to the public at all. This industry centric function will bring together the toy manufacturers, buyers, retailers and their publicists along with approved members of the media and showcase the latest games, toys, figures and video games. This will be my very first time attending Toy Fair and I cannot contain my excitement about going and being able to report back to the world about what I saw. I’ll be hitting the show with our good friend Skeleton Pete Parrella.
You might be wondering how attending this event even applies to the stuff that we do on the main PiercingMetal website and in some sense there is no correlation at all. However when it comes to the sites blog and the type of reporting that I am bringing to the table over here it makes absolute sense. After all I’ve been hitting the comic conventions, discussing the illustrated medium and even doing the occasional product review since its inception so the chance to use all of this background and perhaps instill some interest in the up and coming toy and game releases with them among my global readership gives me a lightning bolt of positive energy.
As I expect the coverage to be both in-depth and very comprehensive, I envision myself offering it up in numerous chapter segments. I hope you enjoy whatever we bring to your attention. Stay tuned and wish me luck.
Toy Industry Association: http://www.toyassociation.org