About American Plastic Toys Since 1962, American Plastic Toys has proudly manufactured safe toys in the United States. The company’s product line includes more than 125 different items, ranging from sand pails and sleds to wagons and play kitchens. American Plastic Toys assembles every one of the toys in its product line in the United States. Most of the components in American Plastic Toys products are molded in the company’s own plants or purchased from U.S. companies. Toys with imported components (mostly sound components and fasteners – no painted components) represent only 25 percent of the entire product line. Every American Plastic Toys product is tested by at least one independent U.S. safety-testing lab to ensure that it complies with applicable safety standards. A bus kids will want to get on!. Durable plastic construction. Smooth-rolling wheels. Colorful decals included. Under-seat storage compartment. Recommended for ages 18 months and older. Dimensions: 10.75W x 18.625D x 12.25H inches.
In a bit of a surprise twist, Megahouse announced a new line of figures at Megahobby Expo in the shape of the World Uniform Operation. Essentially, they plan on releasing figures of characters in their respective school uniform designs. Let’s hope that they’re just more interesting than the beach queen figures!!
First up are characters from Saki, Nisekoi, Mahouka Koukou no Retousei, BiriBiri and… Sailor moon? Well, I guess Usagi has the most traditional of the lot thus far and, to be honest, I’m surprised that it’s taken this long for something like this to happen!
How about you, readers? Are there any school uniform designs you want to see released?