At this year’s Toy Insider Holiday of Play event, Pop Insider Editor-in-Chief Ali Mierzejewski spoke with KidsCLICK’s Top Picks with Taydyn to talk about some of the coolest new movie and TV toys of the holiday season.

KidsClick is a daily children’s programming block offering cartoons, full episodes, free games, and safe content for kids. The KidsCLICK  app also available on mobile devices and tablets. Kids can watch hours of videos from shows including Angry Birds, Miraculous Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, Super 4; Dinosaur King, Mecard, Oggy and the Cockroaches, RoboCop: Alpha Commando, Team Hot Wheels, Rocket Monkeys, Pink Panther and Pals, PAC-MAN, and more, for free, on TV, online, and on demand.

For more on the products featured in this segment, check out the product notes below.


  • Every Harry Potter fan knows that a game of Quidditch only ends when the Snitch is caught. Now fans of the ultimate wizarding sport will be able to connect with their inner Seeker and wow their friends as they attempt to catch the new Mystery Flying Snitch as it appears to magically fly about them.
  • The Mystery Flying Snitch is suspended by a high tensile Aramid fibre thread. The thread is approximately twice as strong as steel of the same thickness, but almost totally invisible from 6 feet, allowing you to recreate magical scenes from the Harry Potter films.
  • This new incarnation of the famous winged Quidditch ball is ideal for cosplay and each kit comes with a free Quidditch poster for inspiration and display plinth.
  • Ages: 6+
  • MSRP: $24.99
  • Available: Target


  • A Mad Titan. Six Infinity Stones that control the multiverse. One mission to destroy the galaxy, another to save it. A team of heroes ready for the fight. Whoever wields the Infinity Gauntlet wields the fate of the universe!
  • Bring one of the most powerful weapons in the Marvel Universe to life! With this premium Infinity Gauntlet Articulated Electronic Fist from the Marvel Legends Series, lift up the power of the Infinity Stones and imagine taking control of the galaxy with the notorious gauntlet worn by the supreme being, Thanos.
  • Inspired by the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War movie, this Infinity Gauntlet from the Marvel Legends Series features premium design and styling, as well as intricate detailing on the gauntlet and six light-up Infinity Stones.
  • Features pulsating light effects, movie-inspired sounds, and individually articulated finger movement, as well as a fist-lock feature for display.
  • MSRP: $99.99
  • Available: Amazon, Best Buy, Target


  • Stranger Things chronicles what happens when a young boy vanishes, leaving the small town he’s from to uncover a mystery involving secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces and one strange little girl.
  • These collectible figures are sculpted from images from the show, have articulation for dynamic posing, and features a stylized Stranger Things branded disc display base, and retro-themed packaging.
  • New for Fall 2018 are figures of Barb, Will, upside down Will, Mike, Punk Eleven, and Squeezable Dart.
  • Spring 2018 figures include Demogorgan, Dustin, and Lucas.
  • 2017 figures include Chief Hopper and Eleven.
  • MSRP: $9.99 – $34.99
  • Available: Amazon, Gamestop, specialty stores


  • DC Artists Alley is a graphic and stylized PVC collector statue line from DC Collectibles based on designs from today’s cutting-edge artists.
  • Channeling the popular comic convention experience, DC Artists Alley brings unique, artistic viewpoints to the DC Universe through highly detailed, limited edition designer vinyl and includes a print featuring the original artwork the figure is based on.
  • The DC ARTISTS ALLEY BATMAN BY CHRIS UMINGA limited edition vinyl figure comes in a fifth panel box packaging with printed sketch card from Uminga.
  • The Flash, Superman, and Wonder Woman are also available.
  • MSRP: $40.00
  • Available: Amazon,

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Bill Reese

Bill Reese

Bill Reese is Director of Operations at Adventure Media & Events, where he's worked since 2014. A former editor at Playbill and graduate of SUNY–Purchase, he spends most weekends rooting for the New York Red Bulls pro soccer team and making subway systems out of Brio trains with his little boy Jonah.