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Store Finds: Scented Plush, Kinder Egg, Sparkler Variant & More

We're back with another store finds post! After the pre-order announcements from Mighty Jaxx and Funko it's time to take a look what's all available right now. There's quite a variety of items in this post, ranging from ornaments to scented plush and Kinder Surprise eggs.
If you happen to find brand new stuff in your local store, then feel free to write us a small message with photos.

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My Little Pony Just Play Plush
During the New York Toy Fair this year it was revealed that Just Play would release MLP Plush as well besides their other MLP Products. Now their whole line-up of plush has been listed on their website. First of all they will release two versions of 7-inch plush: Regular ones of Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash, Rarity and Twilight Sparkle and Holiday of versions of Pinkie Pie and Rainbow Dash with a Christmas Hat and Antlers. 

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Potion Surprise Batch 2A at Target + Other Store Finds

Just before the (expected) new wave of MLP figures and sets will be released on the shelves, we're posting the backlog of stores finds still left in our mailbox and social media channels. The biggest news right now is of course the first finds of the second Potion Surprise blind packs, which we'll start with. Below is more My Little Pony news from around the world.
If you happen to find brand new stuff in your local store, then feel free to write us a small message with photos.

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Big W Australia now Selling Limited Edition Cotton Candy Retro Plush
UPDATE: Over on Catch.com.au you can now find the Cotton Candy G1 retro plush with images, also for #39 AUS. We've updated the images in this article accordingly.
An Australian chain of department stores called Big W, are now selling some very interesting plush. Today we got new that they are selling this incredible cute Retro Cotton Candy plush! She has a G1 (inspired) body and adorable pink curls. According to the description she's a limited edition plush and she will be priced $39 AUS which is about $26 USD. Aside from this add no other information is known.

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New My Little Pony Plush Lines Announced by Toy FactoryNew My Little Pony Plush Lines Announced by Toy Factory
Aside from retail stores, we've seen several series of plush to release exclusively as arcade hall prizes. In 2020 we'll see at least two new My Little Pony plush lines as arcade-prize manufacturer Toy Factory announced their new line-up.

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New York Toy Fair 2020 Wrap-Up
The 2020 New York Toy Fair is behind us so it's time for our yearly wrap-up. And this year has been quite disappointing for those who were expecting to see tons of new merchandise. Granted we'll probably see a lot more merchandise during the next Toy Fair in 2021 since the G5 Movie will be released the same year. For this year the focus lays on the new Pony Life Series which will debut this spring/summer.

Hasbro

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Hasbro didn't reveal many new items this year. Most of the items shown were Reveal the Magic Toys that are actually already available. Several new items have been spotted though, including the officially announced "Kiss my Unicorn" Princess Celestia and the Unicorn Sparkle Collection which comes with DJ Pon-3, Rarity, Starlight Glimmer, Trixie and Twilight Sparkle. Alongside those two we also got a glimpse at the Potion Princess Cadance, the Potion Dress-up Rarity and new Fashion Squad singles of Fluttershy, Rainbow Dash and Twilight Sparkle.
There was also an absence of Cutie Mark Crew, which leaves the question what future this line will see in 2020.
And lastly we can't ignore the absolutely adorable Fluttershy juice box cushion that was on display next to the Kiss my Unicorn figure. No idea what their plans are with this, but I sure hope this will be taken in production!
(Photos by My Froggy Stuff, Hasbro & Toy Caboodle)
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Basic Fun

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Retro Ponies
Basic Fun did show their upcoming sets of the second series of the Earth Ponies, Unicorns and Pegasi Ponies alongside the first set of Earth Ponies. The ponies that will be released as part of the Earth Pony II set are Cherries Jubilee, Lickety-Split, Posey and Tootsie. The Unicorn and Pegasi Ponies are Gusty, Sparkler, Suprise and Heart Throb.

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Mega Mashems
Brand new are these Mega Mash'ems, which are larger versions of the well known Mash'ems/Fash'ems that we've known My Little Pony versions of since 2013. This new line will start with 4 figures: Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash, Twilight Sparkle and Fluttershy in blind capsules.
Meijer has listed the Mega Mash'ems last week, including a high quality render of the packaging, but it seems to be down again.
(Photos by Juegos Juguetes y coleccionables)

Just Play

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More licensed product news come from Just Play, who will start to release My Little Pony plush this year, as well as another release of the large Pinkie Pie styling head, possibly with new packaging and accessories.
(Photos by Toy Caboodle)

WizKids

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The role-play oriented figure designer WizKids recently released their unpainted miniatures, which are now in display in both packaged form and some painted samples. If you're interested in painting your own, they are available on Amazon.
(Photos by Bizzarro Toys)
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YuMe

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A new name here is YuMe, who showed their first line of My Little Pony licensed products. And they start off with a pretty large line-up, including plush in various sizes, a "Magic Advent Calendar" and most excitingly: a line of collectible stampers called Pony Pals. These small stampers with pony-figures come in their own dome, with their matching pet and interchangeable flooring to customize the domes. On the display we learn that the first series will include the mane 6 and 2 others who were (purposely) left out of frame. Perhaps Trixie and Potion Nova?
While the name YuMe probably sounds unfamiliar for you, people within the EMEA (Europe, Middle-Eastern, Africa) region will get to know them very well over the next year, as they become the primary partner for plush for these markets. This is especially welcome, as the amount of plush licenses dropped significantly in the past few years.
(Photos by Scott Rubin, thanks to Ayu for the heads-up)
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YuMe My Little Pony at New York Toy Fair 2020

Kotobukiya

Kotobukiya My Little Pony at New York Toy Fair 2020
The bishoujo statues by Kotobukiya were also on display, but the most recent reveal of the colored Applejack statue was absent. However, the teaser poster for Sunset Shimmer was there and we get the confirmation that the Rainbow Dash statue will have a slightly increased MSRP compared to the other girls, which is also reflected on their US website now.
(Photo by Scott Rubin)

That was all for the 2020 New York Toy Fair! If you missed anything in this post, or have photos of your own, feel free to contact us.

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Store Finds: Cutie Cuffs, Deep Cuts, Missing Storm King & More
Now that, I think, everyone is aware of the upcoming My Little Pony: Pony Life series, it's time to go back to our usual reporting: store finds! We've been saving up submits from the past 1.5 month, and hopefully we're not missing anything in this post. Nevertheless we've got tons of merch to share with you, so keep on reading below!
If you happen to find brand new stuff in your local store, then feel free to write us a small message with photos.

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Store Finds: Friend of Equestria, BaB Celestia, Playskool Baby & Much More!
We're back with a merch-filled store finds post! In this edition we show you more Playskool Baby merch, an exciting release at Costco, loads of random items at Dollar Tree and much more.
If you happen to find brand new stuff in your local store, then feel free to write us a small message with photos.

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Store Finds: Good 2 Grow, My Baby Twilight, 3 Gift Magazine & More!
It's time for another store finds post! We have quite a varied post today with new Good 2 Grow bottle toppers, the release of Rainbow Retro Mane 6, re-colored accessories and much more.
If you happen to find brand new stuff in your local store, then feel free to write us a small message with photos.

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C&A Shows New My Little Pony Line - Advertises With Unlicensed Plush
Across Europe clothing store C&A announced a new line of My Little Pony clothing for young adults through their latest newsletter. Within the collection, which might be placed under their Clockhouse sub-brand, there are various colors of short-sleeved shirts with a variation of Mane 6 ponies and designs. It is possible that more apparel will be included, but the newsletter did not show anything else besides these shirts.

The online stores of C&A across Europe (for example the German one) are pretty much in-sync when it comes to their offerings, and none of them currently have anything My Little Pony related on offer, outside of children's sizes. A bit more patience will be required before we can see all designs in detail, but we'll keep you posted!

One juicy detail is the fact that the promotional photos used in the email newsletter show various unlicensed plush from FrontWinner/Olyfactory. These were never officially sold in stores, so it's unclear where the marketing department/studio got these from (certainly not from Hasbro!).

Thanks to Ayu for the heads-up!