Conflicts of Interest! (I work for Entertainment Earth by day.) The guys at Entertainment Earth focused on a whole mess of stuff, with about 40 items on sale at the booth plus numerous product debuts from the Bif Bang Pow! line. Most exciting were the very first four Venture Bros. 3 3/4-inch figures, including hover bikes and knee articulation.
While Mego seems to bring out a lot of comment from people, it really does fit Doctor Who given the low-budget nature of both in the 1970s and 1980s. The Doctor turned out fantastic, and he's joined by a number of alien menaces including the Cybermen. (No Daleks yet-- but we're working on it.) Other Mego-alikes include Dr. Henry Killinger, but I'm the most proud of the Rusty and Jonas Venture 2-Pack in a tin retro lunchbox-style package. (That was my baby, you see.)
In addition to everything below, including an appearance by William Shatner very briefly to sign the Mystic Seer, there were a number of Toys R Us exclusive items sold at the booth and a couple of giant Dexter items. Hidden in a door in the side of the booth is a 6-foot Dexter Bobble Head, and above the booth was a facade of the Slice of Life with a life-size Dexter action figure-- the latter of which will be given away as a contest prize.