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Toy Vault

Toy Vault
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Toy Vault was founded in 1998 to fill a need in the marketplace for high quality well crafted toys and figures based on overlooked properties, such as Alice in Wonderland and Lord Of The Rings.

The first two licenses were action figures based on Lord Of The Rings and the Jabberwock, an action figure from Through The Looking Glass, the sequel to Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

Gandalf and Balrog action figures were released in 1997. The Jabberwock tooling mold was lost in China and the Jabberwock figure was never produced. Two copies of the action figures actually exist, produced as samples prior to production.

In 1999, Toy Vault obtained licenses on Jim Henson's Farscape, Kurt Busiek's Astro City, Robert Jordan's Wheel Of Time, and Sony's EverQuest.

The company produced action figures of Gollum, Gimli, Frodo, and Uglúk based on Lord Of The Rings, and Samaritan and The Confessor based on Astro City.

In 2000, Toy Vault obtained licenses on Pez, Monty Python, and Cthulhu.

The company produced action figures of the Lord Of The Nazgûl, Barrow wight and Galadriel based on Lord Of The Rings. Also produced on Farscape were action figures of Aeryn, Crichton, D'Argo, Chiana and Zhaan, and on EverQuest action figures of Female Dark Elf Spellcaster, Male Troll, Male Iksar and Gnoll.

It was this year that Toy Vault first start producing product other than action figures. The first pre painted cold cast statues were released this year, the Hanging Judge from Deadlands,and the Alice In Wonderland series 1 cold cast set. A keychain was made of the DRD from Farscape. Lastly, the first plush, a Cthulhu plush figure, was produced based on the Cthulhu license.

2001: The Cthulhu line takes off and Toy Vault starts to consider plush as one of its major strengths. Besides medium and small Cthulhu plush, the first Monty Python Product - the Rabbit With Big Pointy Teeth - which sells out and sells out and (in 2003 is still selling out). Guardians Of Atlantis, an underwater creature line, debuts at Toy Fair but due to poor response is never released. The second Farscape series is released (Rygel, Scorpius, Aeryn and Crais), as well as the first and only EverQuest figure line (Gnoll, Dark Elf, Iksar, Troll). An attempt to move into the gift market with a Pez line has mixed results, with good reviews but low sales on the Pez Christmas Ornaments.

2002: Toy Vault has it's largest product release line yet, and moves into the mainstream toy market, placing product in WalMart, KMart, Walgreens, etc. New licenses include SpongeBob SquarePants and Godzilla. Items from SpongeBob released include: Make-A-Bob, Patrick Plush Coin Bank, Mini Make-A-Bob, SpongeBob Plush Coin Bank, Gary Plush Coin Bank, Krabby Patty Bobbler, 2 Mini Bobblers, 2 Mini Wigglers and the Pants Drop Bobbler. Monty Python items manufactured include the Live Plush Parrot What's Sleeping, the Black Knight with Removable Limbs, the exploding Penguin, and the Killer Sheep. Godzilla is introduced with the Mothra plush in December. New Cthulhu product is represented by Dracuthulu, Summer Fun Cthulhu, Nyarlathotep, and Gothic Cthulhu. The Here Be Monsters line starts with the Red Dragon, and Baby Red Dragon Plush More Farscape figures are released, with the first two of the Farscape Reunited figures of Crichton and Zhaan.

2003: Toy Vault gets its first Yu-Gi-Oh! license, releasing 2-D keychains, 2-D Magnets and plastic coin banks. The first plush from The Other Side Of The Looking Glass arrives in the form of the Cheshire Cat. A new line of gaming supplies is started. First releases include the Angel Of Vengeance and Mithril Dragon deck boxes, and the Angel of Vengeance and Mithril Dragon life counters. More Here Be Monsters arrive, including the Ice Dragon and Minotaur. The Godzilla line starts to really expand, with release of the 4 Superdeformed Mini Bobblers (Godzilla, Rodan, King Ghidorah, Mecha Godzilla) and plush Godzilla and King Ghidorah. With Farscape cancelled, product release becomes less light, but includes the boxed Aeryn, and the final release of the D'Argo cold cast statue. Super Hero Cthulhu, Shoggoth and Secret Agent Cthulhu continue to fill out the Cthulhu line.

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