With the lore of Star Wars expanding, toy companies bring plenty of figures from "The Force Awakens" and the original trilogy to the New York Toy Fair.
The characters from "The Force Awakens" had a big presence, literally, at the New York Toy Fair with these life-size Lego statues.
Rey and BB-8 are ready to roll at the New York Toy Fair.
This little BB-8 droid still looks cute when made from many, many Lego bricks.
This Captain Phasma Lego statue stands tall in the Jacob Javits Center.
Poe Dameron's Lego statue is ready to fight and fly an X-Wing.
Former First Order Stormtrooper Finn is ready to rush into battle with this lightsaber.
Kylo Ren's black helmet conveys the dark side, even in Lego.
This Rey toy was on display at the Comic Images booth at New York Toy Fair.
Schylling's BeBot line of Star Wars toys includes "The Force Awakens" characters like Rey.
Also in Schylling's BeBot line are classic characters from the original trilogy.
Admiral Ackbar, Finn and Han Solo BeBot figures are on display at the Schylling booth.
These Star Wars plush toys are on display at the Comic Images booth.
Star Wars papercraft characters are on display at the Zoofy booth.
This Rey Funko figure was on display at the Toy Fair. It was released before "The Force Awakens" debuted.
These Star Wars Funko figures were all released before "The Force Awakens" premiered in December 2015.
These Funko figures, including older Han Solo and General Leia Organa, were released in January.
Star Wars toys on display at the Diamond Select Toys booth.
Furbacca is a Chewbacca-inspired take on the Furby. The toy was released last year and is seen here at the Diamond Select Toys booth.
Smaller plush toys of several "The Force Awakens" characters at the Comic Images booth.
Rey, BB-8 and Yoda figures at the Underground Toys booth.
Big and smaller BB-8 toys at Underground Toys.
Underground Toys' large BB-8 plush with voice and rotating head is currently scheduled for a fall 2016 release.
These Star Wars toys were on display at the Egg Attack booth.
A depiction of Captain Phasma (left) at the Egg Attack booth.
This Lego set coming in June provides a sneak peek into the upcoming "Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures" television show.
Each of these Lego sets lets you build one Star Wars character.
After facing backlash, Hasbro debuted the Star Wars Monopoly token for Rey during the New York Toy Fair.
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