Produced figures 1990-2007
The Fantastic Four line would be released at the same time as the Iron Man line and there would be several similarities between the lines. Both lines have 4 series (Iron Man had a 5th but it was cance...View Line
Ghost Rider series similar to the Generation X and X-Men 2099 series in that it only lasted for 2 lines. It did offer a bunch of new characters, most notably is Ghost Rider. ...View Line
Popular TV series in the mid 1990's that saw a limited run of 5" action figures in 1995 and 1996!...View Line
he Iron Man series would contain a few new characters, the most notable one being Iron Man. The series is kind of like the later Spider-man series in that each lineup would have at least one Iron Man ...View Line
Marvel Toys (Toybiz) takes on some of the lesser known independent comic characters. Legendary Comic Book Heroes and TNA Impact Wrestling would be the final two lines by Marvel Toys....View Line
Figures based on the Lord of the Rings trilogy of movies from 2001-2006....View Line
In this section you can find all of Marvel's miscellaneous series by Toy Biz, including Spider-Man and X-Men series and box sets....View Line
Marvels Amazing Heroes was a set of re-releases, repackaged on different carding.
Weapon X Wolverine
The Avengers line offered a whole bunch of new figures to the Marvel figure lines. Fans had been waiting for a series like this for awhile, as many Avengers were issued in various other lines. This mo...View Line
The Marvel Hall of Fame series was a series that was only available at Puzzle Zoo. It is very similar to the Marvel Universe line in that it conains lots of rereleases from various series. This series...View Line
Ah, the Marvel Legends series. This line is claimed by many to be the best figure series of any action figure. This series is not only great due to its detailed sculpts, but in the figures articulatio...View Line
Marvel Super Heroes was 5 series long and ran from 1990-1991!...View Line
The Marvel Universe line was only released at Kay-bee toys and featured many figures from various other marvel lines. There were no new figures in the line, just rereleases. This was nice because it o...View Line
Exclusive to KB Toys, Toy Biz Marvel Universe 10" figures would be available from 1997 until at least 2000. Usually released as cases of 3 to 4 figures, featuring the most popular (usually) characters...View Line
"As a defender of the universe, the Silver Surfer has encountered some of the strangest beings in the cosmos. Now collectors can soar the spaceways with Silver Surfer and his cosmic allies and protect...View Line
Spider-Man is Toybiz's second biggest line, only slightly smaller than the X-Men line. This series would feature many new heroes and villains, most notably is Spider-man, who would get tons of figures...View Line
This was the introduction of the new, more contemporary action figure that left behind the 5 to 6 points of articulation that action figures had been known to have. Also known as the beginning of the ...View Line
Final releases prior to Toy Biz losing the license to Hasbro...View Line
Three series were made in 2002 for the first Spider-Man movie. Four series were made in 2004. Following, Hasbro took over the line and movie license after Toy Biz demise. ...View Line
In the late 1990's, wrestling’s best were featured in the WCW assortments by Toy Biz. This would come to an end when WCW was purchased by WWF in 2001, but only four years later wrestling's second mo...View Line
The Venom series of figures were a spin-off of the Spider-Man toyline And featured no Spider-Men at all. They both seem to be aimed more at collectors than anyone else and feature figures of character...View Line
In the late nineties Toy Biz expanded its licenses to included an array of videogame hits. They were the first company to create a dedicated video game line. A breakdown of video game series made by y...View Line
In 1999, World Championship Wrestling would get figures made by Marvel Superhero producer Toy Biz!
Editor's note: Information in this section was complied with heavy research by Jack Slime. ...
The WCW line was released in the spring of 1999. "World Championship Wrestling, a Time Warner Company, and Leisure Concepts, Inc., the licensing division of 4 Kids Entertainment, Inc., have entered in...View Line
The Uncanny X-Men Series by Toy Biz was developed in 1991 and ran until 1994, ending with series six. The line featured paint variants and some minor carding variants, making finding them all a challe...View Line
The Secondary line to X-Men including the lesser known characters and villains in unusual (but usual to the 90s) attires and in retrospect were accessory-driven toys. ...View Line
Based off the comic book, this line was created and lasted for several series. Toybiz did their best to include every character.
X-Men Uncanny X-Men Series 1-6 and Repa...
Another X-Men offshoot, this line would only last two series. It would produce alot of new figures as well as a much needed remake or two. This entire line would all come with a figure stand, which wa...View Line
This Video Game series had many figures from various video games. They also had several series that contained Marvel characters such as the Marvel vs. Capcom series and X-Men vs. Street Fighter series...View Line
Based upon the X-Men films beginning in the year 2000, line included singles, two-packs and box sets in 6" scale. Plush, box sets, playsets, and other items were also released. Check below for assortm...View Line
This X-Men line is a lot different than the other X-Men lines that have been produced. The figures themselves are to a larger scale and are done to resemble their animated forms from the animated seri...View Line
Only a small handful of X-Men inspired assortments would be produced by Toy Biz during the Marvel Legends run. Toy Biz would continue producing Marvel Legends until its license to create new Marvel fi...View Line