Hasbro is growing its publishing division through strategic new initiatives that place its most beloved brands in wholly new formats and inspired collaborations.
Penguin Ventures has entered a number of licensing agreements to further extend the Peter Rabbit brand, among others.
Disney Consumer Products and Random House have joined forces to publish new chapter books inspired by the new animated series “Tangled: The Series.”
Dynamite Entertainment and Atari have teamed up to release the Atari Poster Book, which will feature a host of iconic images from the “golden age of gaming.”
Toei Animation will revive its classic brand “Mazinger Z” for an upcoming feature film.
Rodale has partnered with Hearst Fujingaho Co. to launch digital media editions of Men’s Health and Women’s Health in Japan.
Condé Nast has partnered with design house Schumacher for a fabric and wallpaper collection under the Vogue Living brand.
Atari has enlisted the help of Dynamite Entertainment to create a new comic book line based on the “Swordquest” video game.
Dynamite Entertainment and Boom! Studios’ imprint Kaboom! have joined forces for a limited series featuring the Internet sensation Grump Cat and Jim Davis’ Garfield.
Plush and gift company Kids Preferred has revealed a slew of new products based on Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Guess How Much I Love You, Pete the Cat and more.
New York-based toymaker Yottoy will debut a host of new licensed toys and books at the New York Toy Fair, Feb. 18-21, at the Javits Convention Center in New York City.
Sourcebooks has appointed Monika Ebly as its new licensing and strategic partnerships editor.
The Rainbow Fish has partnered with Colonial Needle Company for needlepoint and cross-stitch patterns based on the book series, in a deal brokered by RJM Licensing.
Egmont Publishing has launched a new publication, Paw Patrol magazine, in the U.K.
Condé Nast has partnered with Dorya, a furniture designer and manufacturer, to create a Vogue Living furniture line.
WWE has partnered with DK Publishing to release WWE: 100 Greatest Matches.
Manu’s character-based brand Lil’ Ledy, the winner of License! Global’s One to Watch contest for new brands in 2015, has unveiled a new design theme as well as new products in the stationery and back-to-school categories.
Most parents and children prefer reading print books rather than stories on screen, according to a new study by Egmont Publishing, titled Print Matters.
Publishing brand Popular Mechanics has partnered with Groovy Lab in a Box to create a series of branded educational kits for children.
Richmond Management Group has secured several new licensing partners in categories including toys and apparel for Tiniez, a new lifestyle brand for tween girls.
Hustler has partnered with Wonder Beauty to launch its first-ever range of licensed fragrances.
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