This Week’s Toys – Toy Fair Highlights

toyologyEvery Tuesday at 6.45pm in The Club with Luke, we speak to our toy expert, Toyologist Pete! So make sure you tune in to find out about the coolest toys around right now.

This week we’re looking at the highlights from this year’s Toy Fair!

Click play below to listen:

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Check out our list of toys below!

legobatcaveLEGO(R) DC Universe Super Heroes
So you wait years for minifigure Batman, Superman and the gand and then they all arrive at once, this range has us in serious saving up mode.

From the starter build-you-own Batman sets to the pictured Batcave with moving parts and minifigures galore – It’s truly KAPOW!

Price: Prices start about £10 from



deadly-60-micro-deadliesDeadly 60 Character Building

Pictured here are the new micro-collectables of which you’ll get five in each pack, over the coming months the animals are getting bigger, presenter Steve Blackshall
will also be available as well as loads of playsets.

We like these as you can get up close with the Deadly 60 crew from the comfort of your front room.

Price Sets start at about £10 from



playmobilestonePlaymobil Stone Age Range

Once again Playmobil have broken the mould and gone for something totally different, and it works so very well.

From basic Mammoth and single caveman sets to a fully fledged family plus wolf, cave dwelling and loads of detail to really get you in the Stone Age mood.

Price: Prices start around £12.50 at



winchchopperBladeztoyz Remote Control choppers

The champions of R/C chopper’s are the blokes at Bladeztoyz, this time around they’re releasing a range that’ll once again put them leagues ahead of their rivals.

One model that records video and takes imagery whilst you fly, another that can actually fly UPSIDE down and a third that has a working winch on the underside. The problem is choosing which one you want first.

Available from