License! Global has the first look at the new toys and games that are on showcase at New York City’s annual American International Toy Fair.
Hasbro has announced the top five "house rules" from fans that will be featured in future Monopoly games.
Aardman Rights has added three new partners to the licensing program for the Shaun the Sheep brand.
IDW Games and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products are planning a new big-box board game based on the first three seasons of the ’90s TV drama “The X-Files.”
Crayola is planning a range of products featuring Lima Sky’s app property Doodle Jump, including mobile games and a line of craft kits.
BBC One has commissioned a new daytime game show based on the U.K. board game Linkee that will be distributed internationally by Warner Bros.
Licensing agency Brandgenuity has signed six new licensees for the History channel’s Dark Ages drama “Vikings.”
Saban Brands has tapped Jakks Pacific to develop a new gaming system for the brand Power Rangers and has renewed its costume partnership.
Imangi Studios, creators of “Temple Run” game app, have signed two new licensees for toys and a handheld LCD game.
New York Toy Fair wrapped up its 111th year yesterday, after playing host to major releases from Disney, Nickelodeon, CBS, Funko and even the NBA.
NBCUniversal has partnered with Cardinal Industries to release a card game based on its weekly game show, “Hollywood Game Night.”
Lisle International has teamed up with DC Thomson to feature Fight My Monster in The Beano.
Comic-Con International opens its doors today with a Walking Dead zombie run and Sanrio making its debut at the show.
Spin Master has acquired the toy company Meccano in the most recent move toward expanding its global portfolio.
Mantic Games got the $50,000 it need to create a new Mars Attacks! tabletop game after just 15 minutes on Kickstarter.
Licensed toys play prominently in the list of finalists for the Toy Industry Association’s 2014 Toy of the Year Awards.
In anticipation of the Feb. 7 theatrical release of The LEGO Movie, Toys ‘R’ Us stores across the U.S. are hosting a series of special events and feature shops.
Gameloft and Mattel have released a follow-up to their 2008 “Uno” game app that allows fans to play each other.
NECA and 4K Media offered fans a sneak peek at the product line for the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card brand at Comic-Con last week.
San Diego Comic-Con, which was held July 18-21, is a pop culture convention that serves as a testing ground for properties and a strong market for product exclusives.
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