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The characters from "The Force Awakens" had a big presence, literally, at the New York Toy Fair with these life-size Lego statues.

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Rey and BB-8 are ready to roll at the New York Toy Fair.

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This little BB-8 droid still looks cute when made from many, many Lego bricks.

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This Captain Phasma Lego statue stands tall in the Jacob Javits Center.

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Poe Dameron's Lego statue is ready to fight and fly an X-Wing.

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Former First Order Stormtrooper Finn is ready to rush into battle with this lightsaber.

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Kylo Ren's black helmet conveys the dark side, even in Lego.

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This Rey toy was on display at the Comic Images booth at New York Toy Fair.

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Schylling's BeBot line of Star Wars toys includes "The Force Awakens" characters like Rey.

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Also in Schylling's BeBot line are classic characters from the original trilogy.

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Admiral Ackbar, Finn and Han Solo BeBot figures are on display at the Schylling booth.

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These Star Wars plush toys are on display at the Comic Images booth.

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Star Wars papercraft characters are on display at the Zoofy booth.

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This Rey Funko figure was on display at the Toy Fair. It was released before "The Force Awakens" debuted.

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These Star Wars Funko figures were all released before "The Force Awakens" premiered in December 2015.

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These Funko figures, including older Han Solo and General Leia Organa, were released in January.

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Star Wars toys on display at the Diamond Select Toys booth.

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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.

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Smaller plush toys of several "The Force Awakens" characters at the Comic Images booth.

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Rey, BB-8 and Yoda figures at the Underground Toys booth.

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Big and smaller BB-8 toys at Underground Toys.

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Underground Toys' large BB-8 plush with voice and rotating head is currently scheduled for a fall 2016 release.

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These Star Wars toys were on display at the Egg Attack booth.

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A depiction of Captain Phasma (left) at the Egg Attack booth.

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This Lego set coming in June provides a sneak peek into the upcoming "Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures" television show.

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Each of these Lego sets lets you build one Star Wars character.

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After facing backlash, Hasbro debuted the Star Wars Monopoly token for Rey during the New York Toy Fair.

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