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Titan Merchandise has announced two new ranges of Titan vinyl figures for "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" and "Dragon Age."
Fisher-Price has launched the first-ever Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway catalog, e-commerce website and shops-in-shops.
PGS Entertainment has made a raft of global sales for France Television’s “Super 4,” the new animated series inspired by the Playmobil toy brand.
Halo Consumer Products has teamed up with four new licensees for products inspired by the "Halo" video game franchise.
Jeremy Robinson has been appointed as the new country manager at toy company Schleich.
Tech 4 Kids has signed on to create toy and lifestyle products for the game app "Flappy Bird."
Hasbro and IDW will auction off a one-of-kind My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic comic book for charity.
Trading card company Upper Deck will introduce villains into the fourth series of its Marvel deck building game named Villains.
Infinity Licensing has struck a deal for exclusive merchandise based on the classic Little Critter book series to be sold exclusively at Kohl’s department stores.
Disney Consumer Products has revealed the product collection for Disneytoon Studios' upcoming animated film, Disney's Planes.
Moose Toys has launched a new collectible brand for girls–The Zelfs.
The U.K. retailer Game is offering an exclusive Dark Edition starter pack for the upcoming Skylanders game.
Mattel has teamed with Dolphin Entertainment to develop a live-action feature film based on its Max Steel property.
41 Entertainment and its agent in Spain, BRB Internacional, have inked a new deal with Giromax for Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures collectibles.
Children’s toy and entertainment company Dracco is heading into Brand Licensing Europe with two brands to satisfy both boy and girl demographics– Zombie Zity and Filly
Hasbro has signed a raft of new fashion deals for its My Little Pony and Transformers brands.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered with figurine manufacturer Schleich on a new line of DC Comics figurines.
The Toy Industry Association will induct five new members into the Toy Industry Hall of Fame next February.
Marvel Entertainment has expanded its agreement with U.S. bike manufacturer Huffy to develop a full range of wheeled products.
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