With the huge scope and success of its Better Homes and Gardens brand, Meredith has solidified the foundation of its licensing efforts and is looking to expand.
Stan Lee's Comikaze opens its doors today just in time for trick-or-treating and a full weekend of chances to dress up.
Pepsi has unveiled its latest fashion collaboration, called The Pulse of New Talent, created in collaboration with Vogue Italia magazine.
Nickelodeon and Put Me in the Story have teamed up to develop customized children’s books starring Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants.
Dynamite Entertainment has teamed with Arcane Wonders to expand Arcane's tabletop fantasy game Mage Wars into multiple new product categories.
The Beano has created a bespoke 32-page collector’s edition comic book that will be available exclusively in the The Daily Mirror and Trinity Mirror Nov. 1.
Topps has teamed up with Stan Lee to create an all-new Garbage Pail Kids character exclusively for the upcoming Comikaze Expo–Smilin’ Stan.
H&M is planning a book that celebrates its history of designer collaborations.
Dark Hall Mansion has unveiled a limited edition run of Max Dalton's “The Jimi Hendrix Experience" print.
Russian stationery company ZPR/Art & Design and the Rizzoli bookshop in Somerset House have snapped up ranges of Deer Little Forest paper goods.
The work of best-selling author and illustrator Nancy Tillman will be featured in a number of licensed programs in 2015 in anticipation of her new book launch.
American Greetings Properties has inked a deal with Lion Forge Comics for new children’s titles based on Care Bears, Madball and “Packages from Planet X.”
Sequential Brands Group has announced several initiatives for a global relaunch of the company’s recently acquired brand The Franklin Mint.
Speakaboos has launched a range of new titles from The Jim Henson Company, HIT Entertainment and Scholastic Media/WestonWoods.
Jam Brands, in collaboration with Copyrights Group, will launch a licensing program for the lifestyle magazine Jits at Brand Licensing Europe next month.
The Jim Henson Company has signed a North American publishing agreement with Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing to create books for its preschool series “Doozers.”
First-time Brand Licensing Europe exhibitor, the creative licensing agency Iris, has signed a greeting card deal with The Great British Card Company.
The New York Times Company announced a new publishing agreement between the International New York Times and Republica to create a combined print edition in Nepal.
Sixteen South is the Claude series of picture books by Alex T. Smith into a new 52 x 11 animated preschool series.
U.K. publisher DC Thomson has tapped Cake to distribute the fourth season of “Dennis the Menace and Gnasher” internationally.
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