This year's toy fair season will culminate in New York City with a remarkable lineup of blockbuster toys from the world's largest licensors and licensees.
The Pokémon Company International will celebrate Pokémon Day, which commemorates the launch of the first Pokémon games, with a raft of merchandise, in-game activations and more.
Penguin Ventures has entered a number of licensing agreements to further extend the Peter Rabbit brand, among others.
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.”
NASCAR and Disney-Pixar have teamed up to feature the upcoming film Cars 3 in a series of activations for the Daytona 500 and entire race season.
Outfit7’s flagship property “Talking Tom and Friends,” the animated series based on the “Talking Tom and Friends” app franchise, is now available on Netflix in a host of regions.
VIZ Media Europe has revealed its plans to release new products and content this year for the animated television series “Yo-Kai Watch.”
Rubik’s has teamed up with Fantasma Magic to create a range of themed magic sets.
Disney and Adobe have joined forces to find the world’s largest licensor's next emoji.
The Smiley Company has partnered with Terrier Worldwide to create Egg-Moji, an interchangeable figurine with collectible accessories for customization.
Kidrobot has partnered with watch collector turned artist Dan Tanenbaum for a new Dunny range, titled Watch Parts Custom Dunny Series.
Nintendo will release a new Nintendo 3DS game featuring video game characters Mario and Sega’s Sonic in an Olympics-themed setting this spring across Europe.
Marvel has unveiled the licensing lineup for its superhero Black Panther in honor of his 50th anniversary, first Marvel cinematic appearance and new comic book.
Cryptozoic Entertainment, under license from Cartoon Network, will release the sixth collector’s pack of its “Adventure Time” Card Wars game.
The Princess of Beverly Hills, the Malitpoo that has garnered a social media following, and owner Stacey Whitmore have partnered with retailer Hobby Lobby to carry branded products.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has partnered with TT Games, The LEGO Group and Universal Brand Development to release “LEGO Jurassic World” for iOS and Android devices.
Hasbro has partnered with PlayDate Digital to launch its first-ever Mr. Potato Head interactive storybook app, “Mr. Potato Head School Rush.”
Universal has tapped Desert Owl Games to create “The Huntsman: Winter’s Curse,” a role-play game with collectible card game elements, for Windows, Mac and PlayStation 4.
Paws Inc. has tapped Shoal Games, owner of “Trophy Bingo,” to launch a new mobile bingo game that will feature Garfield, Odie and other characters from the Jim Davis comic.
Nintendo has tapped video game merchandise company Merchoid.com for a range of “Zelda” cosplay hoodies.
Moose Toys has released its fifth collection of Shopkins toys in the U.S. and Canada.
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