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.
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.
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.
American Girl and Taylor Guitars have teamed up for a life-size Taylor GS Mini acoustic guitar that matches the doll-sized version of American Girl’s singer-songwriter character Tenney Grant.
Toy and apparel company Super7 has teamed up with Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, the studio behind “Robot Chicken,” to create a new animated television series based on Super7’s toy line The Worst.
The Entertainer, a multi-channel high street toy retailer in the U.K., has revealed that it will open two new stores in Truro, Cornwall, and Northampton, Bedfordshire.
The 17th Annual Toy of the Year Awards, hosted by the Toy Industry Association, honored the best toys and games of the year, including License of the Year–Spin Master’s “Paw Patrol.”
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have teamed up with a slate of global licensees to support the upcoming action film Suicide Squad, in theaters Aug. 5.
Marvel is rolling out a new licensing program based on its 2014 film Guardians of the Galaxy that will speak to all age demographics, but will expand to focus on younger consumers, ages 6 to 11.
JazWings, Jazwares’ online platform that provides creators and innovators the opportunity to launch new brands, has unveiled the winner of its inaugural JazWings Student Program.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, in partnership with DC Entertainment, has expanded the licensing and merchandising program in more than 35 countries for its new franchise “DC Super Hero Girls.”
Hasbro has returned to this year’s San Diego Comic-Con with a raft of exclusive and limited edition products from My Little Pony, Transformers and G.I. Joe, as well as licensed partner’s IP from Star Wars, Marvel and “Yo-Kai Watch.”
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has extended its partnership with The Noble Collection to launch a new series of merchandise based on its new film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Kidrobot has unveiled its latest addition to its 20th Dunny series, the Andy Warhol x Kidrobot Limited Edition 20th Dunny release.
Target has unveiled its 2016 Top Toys List, half of which are playthings from licensed brands including Star Wars, “Paw Patrol,” Barbie, Pokémon and more.
Nitro Circus has teamed up with K’Nex to create a range of building toys inspired by the global action sports entertainment brand.
Shaftesbury/Smokebomb and TPF Toys have secured eight licensees for its collectible, mermaid-themed toy line Splashlings, which launched in February 2016.
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