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Hello Kitty and Pusheen pounce on limited edition collaboration for plush, fashion, and more

Sanrio has entered into a new collaboration with the Pusheen brand to launch a limited edition collection of Hello Kitty x Pusheen consumer products, spanning apparel, accessories, collectables, stationery, housewares, health and beauty products, and plush. The collection unites Hello Kitty and Pusheen for the first time in the consumer …

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Silvergate Media lines up partners in Spin Master, Hot Topic and Forbidden Planet as Hilda returns to Netflix

Silvergate Media has detailed a tranche of new partners for its popular animated series, Hilda, that includes not only a direct to retail partnership with the pop culture specialist, Forbidden Planet, but the series’ first board game courtesy of Spin Master and an extension of its successful plush line with …

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WildBrain CPLG signs raft of UK and European partners for Line Friends’ Brown & Friends

WildBrain CPLG has secured a raft of new European deals on behalf of the Line Friends brand’s Brown & Friends, an off-shoot IP that features the brand’s signature characters Brown, Choco, Cony, Sally, and others. Blueprint Collections has signed up with the IP for a stationery range, Gund will develop …

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BLE 2019: The Hilda’s alive – Silvergate Media on the rise of a new pop culture icon

Whether it’s because of my affinity with Scandinavian crime fiction, or my new found appreciation of the Japanese artform of manga and anime, I find myself inexplicably drawn towards Silvergate Media’s newest animated series. Of course, it should go without saying that the Netflix children’s animation that launched in September …

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GUND teams with Line Friends for new plush character range

The popular plush toy creator, GUND, has turned to one of the fastest growing character brands on the world stage for its latest licensed range, with a collection of Line Friends plush available now. Line Friends features a series of memorable characters, originally created for use as stickers for leading …

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