This Wonder Woman statue features the hero riding a horse into battle. The statue will release this spring before the "Wonder Woman" film premieres (which is June 2 in the US) and costs $350. International pricing is not yet available, but that price roughly converts to £280 and AU$455.
These Batman and Superman statues have been redesigned from the ones unveiled last year for "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." They also include a "Justice League" base that the statues in this series sit on. Capes for both heroes are moveable, and they will cost $150 each. That price roughly converts to £120 and AU$195.
Cyborg was teased in last year's "Batman v Superman" film, but will be taking a bigger role in this year's "Justice League." This statue also costs $150, which roughly converts to £120 and AU$195.
Aquaman is getting hunky for "Justice League." This statue also costs $150, roughly converting to £120 and AU$195.
The Wonder Woman statue for "Justice League" is mostly the same as last year's statue released for "Batman v Superman." The one change is that the figure is placed in the Justice League base. This statue costs $150, roughly converting to £120 and AU$195.
The Flash is speeding right into "Justice League" this year, and this statue featuring the character will also cost $150, roughly converting to £120 and AU$195.
Do you want your own Bat-Signal? If you do, this one will even let you choose which Batman you want to summon. This light includes symbols for the Batman from Christopher Nolan's movies, the classic comic or from the "Batman: Hush" series penciled by Jim Lee. The signal will cost $300, which roughly converts to £240 and AU$390.
"Batman: The Animated Series" continues to live out a second life of high-end toys based on the early '90s television show, and by the end of 2017 a full Batcave set from the show will be available for fans to bring home. Pricing is not yet available for the set, which will include the base, props and the ever-faithful Alfred.
More toys from the world of DC's superhero shows on The CW will be released this year, including this statue of Wally West/Kid Flash from "The Flash."
The "Supergirl" show flew from its first season home on CBS to its current network home on The CW, and this statue shows the hero ready to fly into the action.
Batgirl as seen in the '90s animated series will be released in toy form this summer for $28, roughly converting to £20 and AU$35.
The Joker has many faces, and you will be able to swap out many of them with this expression pack. However, those hoping for this one will have to wait, it's not due for release until early 2018.
This Harley Quinn and the Joker statue as seen from last summer's "Suicide Squad" film will cost $250, converting roughly to £200 and AU$325.
In celebration of Wonder Woman's 75th anniversary, this tiara and bracelets will be available for those hoping to take them home or possibly wear them as part of cosplay. They will cost $350, converting roughly to £280 and AU$455.
This Steve Trevor and Wonder Woman statue is releasing this spring and will cost $275, converting roughly to £220 and AU$350.
This statue of Wonder Woman in her training outfit will be released this spring for $150, converting roughly to £120 and AU$195.
This Gotham City Garage edition of Wonder Woman and her motorcycle will cost $350 (converting roughly to £280 and AU$455) when it releases this spring.
This DC Designer Series Wonder Woman statue is coming out this summer for $130, converting roughly to £105 and AU$170.
The Joker as seen in "Batman: The Killing Joke" will come out this summer and cost $150, converting roughly to £120 and AU$190.
Harley Quinn as seen in the DC Bombshells line, which features 1940s-inspired takes on the comic characters.
Funko toys based on the classic '90s Nicktoons are coming out this spring, with figures based on "Ren & Stimpy" already out.
Funko figures based on the live-action "Beauty and the Beast" film are also on display at Toy Fair.
The Mr. Potato Head Star Wars universe is on full display with these key chains.
Star Wars Shoretrooper and Dark Trooper figures.
A model of the Millenium Falcon.
Plush BB-8 and R2-D2 toys.
This Star Wars game has the Millennium Falcon made up of wooden pieces.
Metal Star Wars kits that feature C-3PO and R2-D2.
Chill your food with the Dark Side of the Force using this Darth Vader mini-fridge.
This tiny, festive BB-8 droid will be a part of Lego's Star Wars Advent Calendar playset coming later in 2017.
Cars from the "Fast and Furious" franchise will be releasing throughout 2017 timed with this year's film, "The Fate of the Furious."
Dolls featuring "Fast and Furious" characters like Brian O'Connor and Dominic Toretto are already out and cost $19, which converts roughly to £15 and AU$25.
"Fast and Furious" Stunt Stars cars are racing to come out this fall, with the Blast and Burn Ice Charger retailing for $59. International pricing isn't available, but the price roughly converts to £50 and AU$75.
Figures based on this year's "The Mummy" movie are on the way, featuring the Princess, the Mummy and Nick (the character played by Tom Cruise).
The Minions are back, and this time can be controlled by tablet. The Minion Mip and Minion Mini Mip are launching in May and will cost $79 and $19 respectively. International prices are not available, but roughly convert to £60 and AU$100 for the former. The mini edition's price roughly converts to £15 and AU$25.
This Baby Groot-inspired Hot Wheels car is now like a little go-kart.
The Rocket Raccoon-inspired Hot Wheels car looks feisty.
The Star-Lord-inspired "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" Hot Wheels car has the character's visor on the windshield.
The Jyn Erso-inspired "Rogue One" Hot Wheels car is docked into a K2S0-inspired vehicle.
The K2S0-inspired Hot Wheels car is a bit larger than the others in the set.
The Jyn Erso-inspired Hot Wheels car puts her goggles on the windshield.
These Hot Wheels cars are inspired by a number of ships in the Star Wars universe.
The Darth Vader-inspired Star Wars Hot Wheels car is sleek and black.
Big view of all of the Hot Wheels Star Wars cars on display.
These are the DC Comics-inspired Hot Wheels cars. They are not the "Justice League" cars however, which a rep said will be revealed around this year's San Diego Comic-Con.
Hot Wheels cars based on the DC Super Hero Girls franchise.
The Imaginenext DC Super Friends RC Command Center is coming out in fall 2017. Pricing is not yet available.
The vehicle opens up into a full command center.
The Imaginenext Power Rangers Command Center features Zordon, Alpha 5 and the Blue Ranger. Its appearance is inspired by the original '90s show. The center includes a training facility for the Blue Ranger to train with Alpha. It's set for release this spring.
The Imaginenext Batbot Xtreme was actually designed using virtual reality, which according to a report in Fast Company helped the makers scale and test the toy in order to bring the product to market quickly. It's 2 feet tall, has Batman and car figures inside and includes a voice-changing microphone to make the speaker sound like Batman. The toy is set for a fall release, and will sell for $99. International pricing isn't available but converts roughly to £80 and AU$130.