With theatrical planned and a new animated series primed for delivery, Mind Candy, creators of the Moshi Monster phenomenon, discusses what the future holds as it turn five years old.
Zodiak Kids and its partner Cupcake Digital have released “Tickety Toc Bubble Time,” the first interactive app for the preschool series.
The 100th issue of the Official Nintendo Magazine hit newsstands Wednesday featuring a special cover for subscribers.
SEGA of America has inked a new deal with Tommo for a range of mobile accessories featuring classic SEGA game systems.
41 Entertainment and its agent in Spain, BRB Internacional, have inked a new deal with Giromax for Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures collectibles.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has teamed up with Round 2 to re-issue two vintage plastic model kits based on the British sci-fi series “Space: 1999!.”
Character Options has unveiled the spring toy collection for Electronic Arts' app brand Plants vs. Zombies.
Close to 100 Mr. Monopolys descended onto the streets of Central London Sunday to celebrate the new Monopoly Empire board game.
Ludorum has teamed up again with Budge Studios to launch a second preschool app based on the TV series, “Chuggington.”
Nerd Corps Entertainment has had a flurry of licensing activity in Central and South America for Slugterra.
Plush manufacturer Gund has tapped Parham Santana’s BrandSlam licensing division to build its licensing program.
Hasbro has extended its partnership with DeNA for a series of new mobile games based on G.I. Joe and Dungeons & Dragons.
Nickelodeon is letting fans build their own Bikini Bottom in the new city building game app, “SpongeBob Moves In.”
Entertainment One has appointed Fisher-Price as the master toy partner for Peppa Pig in Canada.
SEGA America and SEGA Europe are introducing a multi-level campaign for Sonic the Hedgehog.
Peavey Electronics has partnered with The Beatrix Girls, a new line of music-based fashion dolls set to launch this fall.
HIT Entertainment and developer Funny Garbage have teamed up for the new app “Mike the Knight: Knight in Training Game Pack.”
Entertainment One strengthens the global push for its Peppa Pig property.
CBS Consumer Products reveled its new Mexican-inspired Star Trek skeleton treatment that will be released by NECA in September.
Disney/Pixar’s Monster University toys are already coming in as the fifth largest toy license in the U.K. after the film's July 12 release.
Saban Brands’ Paul Frank is planning a Julius-themed art show that will take place in Los Angeles, in August.
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