A roster of Warner Bros. Consumer Products’ fashion licensees are showing off the company’s entertainment properties on the MAGIC show floor.
Quantum Mechanix has partnered with DC Entertainment, to bring the heroes and villains of DC Comics to its roster of Q-Pop figures.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA is pairing with Puma for a range of co-branded gear featuring Tom and Jerry and Superman.
Since the 1990s, The LEGO Group has also focused on building its licensed toy categories brick by brick.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA and Fisher-Price plan to expand their DC Super Friends Imaginext range to Germany later this year.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA is marking the growth of its licensing business in the Middle East at the Dubai Brand Licensing Fair.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered with figurine manufacturer Schleich on a new line of DC Comics figurines.
Warner Bros. will return to BLE this year with a licensing lineup of heroic proportions, highlighted by new offerings for DC Comics.
Warner Bros. has teamed up with artist Lauren Moshi for a stylish spin on some of its iconic characters.
Diesel has launched a new DC Comics Super Heroes intimate collection for men in Europe in collaboration with Warner Bros.
LEGO, Weta Workshop and Pretty Ugly have all unveiled exclusive licensed merchandise for Comic-Con International.
Warner Bros., in partnership with DC Entertainment, and Sanrio have teamed up for a Hello Kitty x DC Comics cross-over.
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