We wrap up our Toy Fair coverage today with a sneak peek at Iron Minimates, anime-themed Marvel superheroines, the Torchwood Cyberwoman action figure, lightsaber chopsticks, and this LEGO Star Wars Hoth Wampa Set.

LEGO Star Wars Hoth Wampa Set ($39.99, August 2010).

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LEGO's Clone Turbo Tank. ($119.99, August 2010)

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General Grievous gets a tune-up at General Grievous' Starfighter ($49.99, August 2010)

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A battle-damaged Darth Vader comes with Emperor Palpatine's shuttle ($59.99, August 2010)

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Boba Fett ices Bossk over the prize of a carbonite-frozen Han Solo. All come with the remodeled Slave I ($79.99, August 2010).

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The Kotobukiya Bishoujo Rogue Statue.

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The Kotobukiya Bishoujo Psylocke Statue.

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The Kotobukiya Bishoujo Scarlet Witch Statue.

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The Galaxy Quest Prebuilt NSEA Collectors Ship ($40, Spring 2010)

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Kotobukiya Lightsaber chopsticks.

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The upcoming Twilight: Eclipse board game.

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Alice in Wonderland figurines.

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Star Wars Trash Compactor bookends ($199.99, August 2010).

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Marty McFly and DeLorean Minimates.

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The Dr. Who Tardis tent, which is sadly only available in the UK.

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Iron Man 2 Minimates.

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Iron Man Minimates Series 36 (July 2010).

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Minimates Ghostbusters figurines.

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The Torchwood Cyberwoman action figure.

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The Torchwood Jack Harkness action figure.

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Tonner's Dr. Who collection.

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Tonner's DC Stars Power Girl ($199.99)

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Tonner's Torchwood Jack Harkness ($199.99)

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A Star Wars science kit.