Japanese manga/anime Naruto is 20 this year. To be precise, it is the Naruto Anime that is 20 in 2022. German toymaker Playmobil has revealed last month that it is partnering with the anime franchise to offer the first figures from the Naruto: Shippuden series.
The recommended ages say it is for children but the price is kind for grown-ups. We are talking about the new Playmobil Star Trek Klingon Bird of Prey (71089). That’s right. It’s Commander Kruge’s Klingon Bird-of-Prey spaceship.
Looks like Dyson isn’t the only appliance company that wants toy versions of its appliances to be available to children. LG wants in too. At this year’s IFA 2022 in Berlin, the South Korean electronics giant has revealed that it has partnered with German toy brand Playmobil to introduce an exclusive collection of LG-themed toys.
Still on Playmobil… if the fictional car isn’t your cuppa, then perhaps you may be interested in a couple of classic cars that have made their mark in the history of automobiles. Folks, meet the Playmobil Mercedes-Benz 300 SL (70922) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 (70923).
This is it. Playmobil has become the unofficial go-to toy brand for affordable toys of 80s iconic vehicles. The latest to join 80s iconic vehicles from the A-Team, Ghostbusters, Scooby-Doo, and Back to the Future is K.I.T.T. – straight out from the classic 80s series, Knight Rider.
The original Mini Cooper may be from the same era as the Volkswagen Beetle and the Volkswagen Bus. However, it seems like the VW bus, and to some extent, the VW Beetles, have gotten the love of modern folks as toy cars and even as a cooler.
Remember the Playmobil 70750 The A-Team Van set we saw in June that got us all excited? Well, it is now officially listed on Playmobil website. The star of the show is, of course, the van itself.
Not everyone can afford to own a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, let alone becoming a race car driver. But Playmobil will gladly sell you one for very much less. Sure. The Playmobil 70764 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is a toy car, but damn, it is gorgeous like the real deal.
Clearly, Playmobil understands that its toy vehicles are as much as kids’ toys as collectibles. The German toy maker has released two new special editions of Volkswagen Playmobil toy cars.
The Playmobil 70548 Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise playset that we talked about in June has gotten the official words. It has been listed on Playmobil.us and in addition to Entertainment Earth, we noted that Amazon is also accepting pre-orders for the set.