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.
The professional wrestling league WWE has signed a trio of new deals for toys and novelty items in North America.
Disney Consumer Products and Marvel Entertainment have launched a new app that encourages digital drawing on the iPad.
Dynamite Entertainment has signed a new deal with Lima Sky to produce original comics based on the game “Doodle Jump.”
Lexus has teamed up with Electronic Arts to offer the all-new IS 350 F Sport to fans in the No. 1 mobile racing app, “Real Racing 3.”
DHX Media has released a special 30th anniversary Inspector Gadget game app for iOS devices.
Outfit7 is celebrating its fourth birthday with plans for a new Talking Tom app.
Discovery Enterprises International has rolled out its first Discovery Explore Your World toy range in the U.K. and Ireland.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered with figurine manufacturer Schleich on a new line of DC Comics figurines.
Activision Publishing and Marvel Entertainment are planning a follow-up Spider-Man video game for spring 2015.
The Jim Henson Company has partnered with children’s app developer PlayTales to create an app for “Fraggle Rock.”
Fisher-Price is returning to its roots with a new line of wooden toys featuring HIT Entertainment's Thomas & Friends.
Lisle International, licensing agent for The Trash Pack in France has signed two new licensees for the collectible toy brand in the region.
Rovio Entertainment has appointed Puffin, an imprint of Penguin Children's, as the key publisher for the Angry Birds franchise.
Hasbro has tapped World Trade Jewelers to create a range of jewelry featuring some of its top brands like Scrabble and My Little Pony.
MGA Entertainment is planning Real Bratz, a U.S. advocacy campaign aimed at inspiring girls with messages of excellence.
Nickelodeon has released an exclusive line of Dora product at Target stores across the U.S. inspired by the half-hour primetime special "Dora Rocks!."
Universal Partnerships & Licensing has inked an exclusive deal with Gameloft to create a mobile game for its Despicable Me franchise.
Kraft Foods Group has announced plans for a new Kool-Aid-themed mobile app.
Monster Jam has teamed up with Fantom for a new range of digital collectibles that will feature popular Monster Jam trucks.
Pretty Ugly and Warner Bros. Consumer Products have announced plans for a new line of co-branded characters.
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