Toei and Funimation reveal new licensing agreements for Dragon Ball

Jack Ridsdale

By Jack Ridsdale

February 23rd 2017 at 10:25AM
UPDATED February 23rd 2017 at 11:57AM
Toei and Funimation reveal new licensing agreements for Dragon Ball

Slew of deals includes such firms as Bioworld, JCorp and Great Eastern Entertainment.

Toei Animation Inc. and Funimation Entertainment have announced mutliple licensing partners in a variety of categories for globally popular anime franchises Dragon Ball Super and Dragon Ball Z.

The first new deal is with Bioworld, merchandiser of licensed apparel and accessories. Items from this brand will include t-shirts, fashion cut and sew tops, bottoms, skirts, dresses and leggings to sweaters, hoodies, vests, jackets to joggers, athleisure and novelty apparel.

Canadian-based apparel supplier JCorp will also launch a Dragon Ball Z range including men's sleepwear and loungewear and men's / boy's swimwear, t-shirts, tank tops, muscle tops, hoodies, popovers, active wear, shorts, joggers, and jackets as well as ladies' and girls' long and short sleeve t-shirts, fashion tops, hoodies, popovers, leggings, and joggers. 

Finally, Great Eastern Entertainment will be creating themed apparel ranges for Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball Super including t-shirts, cut and sew tops, jackets, hoodies, sweatshirts, pyjama onesies and lounge pants in both adult and children's sizes.

Dragon Ball is one of the most popular worldwide anime franchises, with a legacy that spans over 20 years and multiple animated series and movies.