VEGAS 2011: 4Kids Entertainment outlines portfolio

4Kids and 4sight Licensing Solutions will show off a diverse range of properties at the Mandalay Bay.
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For Yu-Gi-Oh!, described by the firm as the “cornerstone” of its business, 4Kids will be presenting Zexal, the new series which will debut in the US this autumn. PR plans to commemorate the franchise’s fourth season will also be detailed, including a Toonzai 500 episode stunt.

New to the 4sight portfolio, Meat or Die, is a short-form animated series featuring two 'super-rare dinosaurs', and is aimed at young-adults. Later in the year a Meat or Die mobile App and casual gaming will be unveiled.

Another new property, Max Adventures was signed by 4Kids’ London office. Originating in Asia, the TV series has secured a raft of distribution and broadcast deals throughout Europe.

Pet associations the American Kennel Club and the Cat Fanciers are both represented by 4Kids, as is The Artist Collection, which contains fish-eye photographs of Dogs, Cats, Pigs, Ducks, Rabbits and Hamsters. In addition, 4sight has signed the UK Kennel Club and the beloved dog show Crufts. 

4sight also has art the art banks of Pachanga and Hokusai at the show. Created by Ecuadoran artist Belen Ména, the collection was inspired by 300 species of South American moths. 4sight also has Chicaloca, a fashion lifestyle brand from South Korea.

To see what’s on offer from 4Kids Entertainment, check out booth numbers D603 and D712.


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