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Toy Fair 2014

Toy Fair is a time when the industry gets a sneak peek at upcoming offerings. With thousands of new products on display, it's impossible to see it all, but from the next big Marvel movie hero to a legendary doll's latest profession, here are some of the upcoming toys we're most excited to see in the coming year.

Imaginext Supernova Battle Rover

This is one seriously huge toy, around three
Photo Credit: Mattel

This is one seriously huge toy, around three feet long, with giant wheels, 15 lights and 200 unique sounds. Loaded with action features, the Pièce de résistance is a rising platform with a space ship. (ARP: $119.99; Sept.)

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Big Blastin' Rocket Raccoon

You might not know a lot about Rocket
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You might not know a lot about Rocket Raccoon now, but when this new Marvel flick comes out, you'll want your very own giant electric gun-toting furball. ($29.99; July)

Boomer Dino

A prehistoric cousin to the robotic dog Zoomer,
Photo Credit: Spin Masters

A prehistoric cousin to the robotic dog Zoomer, this technological marvel can be you new robo friend, running around chomping things and even heating things up on the dance floor. Boomer can work both on its own autonomously or via a remove control. (SRP: $99.99; fall)

Disney Signature Collection: Villians

Princesses? Whatever. Finally we're getting the Disney baddies,
Photo Credit: Mattel

Princesses? Whatever. Finally we're getting the Disney baddies, including this amazing Ursula from "Little Mermaid." (SRP: $19.99; available now)

My Little Pony POP

The popular franchise of toys, DVDs and TV
Photo Credit: Hasbro

The popular franchise of toys, DVDs and TV shows gets a new spin with this ultra-customizable line of ponies. You build them, pick their mane and decorate them with stickers for your own unique pony. (Prices vary; fall)

Barbie Entrepreneur

Barbie has had a ton of careers over
Photo Credit: Mattel

Barbie has had a ton of careers over the years, but it wasn't until now that she had one that could get her on "Shark Tank." Comes complete with a smartphone. (SRP: $12.99; June)

Lego Arctic Ice Crawler

Perfect for a year of snow and polar
Photo Credit: Lego

Perfect for a year of snow and polar vortexes is Lego City's new Arctic subset. ($14.99; August)

Twinkling Firefly Frog

Perfect for young children, especially at bedtime, this
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Perfect for young children, especially at bedtime, this cuddly frog has a pair of soothing sounds -- rain and crickets and a lullaby -- plus a gentle glow emanating from its belly. (SRP: $31.95; spring)

ReAction Figures

Styled like classic action figures from the 1970s,
Photo Credit: Funko ReAction

Styled like classic action figures from the 1970s, ReAction is a collector's dream with a slew of popular franchises: "Rocketeer," "Back to the Future," "The Goonies," "Firefly," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and lots more. (SRP: $9.99; rolling out throughout the year)

Z Line Ninja Playsets

Typically sewer dwellers, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Photo Credit: Playmates

Typically sewer dwellers, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles take to the skies in these new zip line playsets that send the turtles zooming around. (SRP: $29.99; spring)

Jetfire

Part of the Transformers Generation Leader Class line,
Photo Credit: Hasbro

Part of the Transformers Generation Leader Class line, this Autobot, which goes from fighter jet to robot, was one of the most popular Transformers when it originally came out in 1985. This is a beautiful new interpretation that captures the awesomeness of the original. (SRP: $44.99; fall)

Angry Birds Stella: Treehouse Playset Game

Those pig-hating birds have been through a lot
Photo Credit: Hasbro

Those pig-hating birds have been through a lot of iterations, and here's one more. This toy uses a telepods base to be interactive with the app. Basic theme remains the same though: Piggies are evil. ($34.99; fall)

Moustache Smash

Seriously, who doesn't love a good moustache? With
Photo Credit: Spin Masters

Seriously, who doesn't love a good moustache? With this new board game, each player gets a paddle with a moustache on it that you hold up to your face. As a card is drawn, if your 'stache matches the card, you slap your paddle and snag the card. Most cards at the end wins. (SRP: $15.99; fall)

KRE-O G.I. Joe Terror Drome Building Set

For those of us who never got the
Photo Credit: Hasbro

For those of us who never got the massive Terror Drome as a kid, now we can build one out of KRE-O building blocks. Clocking in at a monster 856 pieces, the Cobra fortress features lots of interior spaces and the center lift holds the Firebat (also coming out in a separate set). You also get 6 Kreon minifigs, including favorite characters like Hawk, Gung ho and Mainframe. (Toys "R" Us exclusive; fall)

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