'Star Wars' Hot Wheels
It's a good time to be a "Star Wars" fan. This year at the 2016 New York Toy Fair, there were "Star Wars" toys galore, thanks to the explosion of new movies and shows related to the franchise. Here: From Hot Wheels - All the classic "Star Wars" characters have been turned into cars, including Rey and Kylo Ren from "The Force Awakens."
Star Wars Remote Control Zero Gravity TIE Advance X1
The Star Wars Remote Control Zero Gravity TIE Advance X1 from Air Hogs.
'Star Wars' Egg Attack Clone Troopers
The "Star Wars" Egg Attack action figures by Beast Kingdom now include First Order Clone Troopers.
'Star Wars' Egg Attack Action Figures
The "Star Wars" Egg Attack action figures by Beast Kingdom now include Phasma and Kylo Ren from "The Force Awakens."
Darth Vader, R2-D2 and C-3PO Egg Attack Action Figures
The "Star Wars" Egg Attack action figures by Beast Kingdom include Darth Vader, R2-D2 and C-3PO.
Hot Wheels 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Cars
Some of the Hot Wheels "Star Wars" character cars.
Hot Wheels: First Order Stormtrooper, Captain Phasma and Rey
Some of the new Hot Wheels "Star Wars" character cars: First Order Stormtrooper, Captain Phasma and Rey.
Uncle Milton's Build Your Own Lightsaber Room Light
Uncle Milton's Build Your Own Lightsaber Room Light, now with a Kylo Ren lighsaber from "The Force Awakens."
Uncle Milton Jakku Ant Farm
Uncle Milton has updated many of its Star Wars Science toys to reflect characters and settings from "The Force Awakens," including this Jakku ant farm.
Uncle Milton Wall Lightsabers
The Uncle Milton build-it-yourself wall lightsabers will light up any room.
BB-8 Plush Toy
A BB-8 plush from Underground Toys.
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