Hasbro is growing its publishing division through strategic new initiatives that place its most beloved brands in wholly new formats and inspired collaborations.
Hasbro and Lionsgate have tapped Viz Media to publish a new art book inspired by My Little Pony: The Movie, which hits theaters Oct. 6.
Sanrio has partnered with Viz Media to publish a new coloring book based on Hello Kitty & Friends.
Author Judy Petersen-Fleming and illustrator Suzy Spafford have appointed Lawless Entertainment to represent their children’s book Periwinkle’s Journey for licensing and merchandising worldwide.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, has tapped DK to publish a series of books based on Wonder Woman and the LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes brands.
Nurture Rights and U.K. fashion retailer M&Co have teamed up once again to offer a new children’s collection for fall/winter based on the preschool brand Dinosaur Roar!
Disney Licensed Publishing has tapped IDW Publishing to create two new comic books based on “DuckTales” and “Tangled: The Series.”
Atari and Dynamite Entertainment will continue their partnership to create new comics based on Atari’s video games with the launch of Centipede #1.
MGA Entertainment has secured nearly 40 new global licensing partners for its scented novelty and collectibles brand Num Noms.
ZAG has teamed up with four new licensees to further extend its animated series “Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir” in the U.K.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and Journeys in Film teamed up to create educational programs based on the movie Hidden Figures.
Andersen Press, publisher of Elmer the Patchwork Elephant books by David McKee, has renewed its partnership with Brentwood Licensing in the U.S.
Most parents and children prefer reading print books rather than stories on screen, according to a new study by Egmont Publishing, titled Print Matters.
National Geographic has partnered with iP2Entertainment to develop a series of indoor, interactive family entertainment centers worldwide.
The New York Times has appointed The Wildflower Group as the newspaper’s global licensing agent.
If it’s July, it must be time for the first Holiday toy preview. And the world’s largest licensor delivered with a showroom of products that will hit retail shelves in the coming months.
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.”
U.K.-based publisher Egmont Publishing will feature the craft brand Crayola in its latest issue of Showcase magazine.
The Joester Loria Group has tapped longtime licensee Jaxxwear to create a new line of infant apparel for The World of Eric Carle brand.
Hood By Air launched its spring/summer 2017 collection at New York Fashion Week, Sept. 11, featuring pieces from their Hustler x Hood By Air collaboration.
Viz Media has tapped licensing and brand management firm Evolution USA to serve as its new licensing agent in North America.
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