Warner Bros. Consumer Products has detailed its global licensing and merchandising programme for Suicide Squad.
On the apparel front, Hot Topic and Bioworld Merchandising will launch collections while fashion tops and t-shirts are on the way from Junk Food Clothing and Trevco.
Suicide Squad athletic wear is set to hit shelves by Under Armour, a high-end leather assortment is incoming from Matchless London, while the DC villains will also grace footwear from Converse and timepieces from Accutime Watch Corp.
Fans can also become one of the team with role-play outfits and accessories from Rubie’s and Party City.
In toys, there will be a line of Multiverse figures from Mattel, figures from Funko; vehicle replicas from Jada Toys, prop replicas from eFX and toys and accessories from JLA Direct.
Elsewhere, Skinit Acquisition is launching Suicide Squad electronic accessories and mobile skins while HarperCollins Publishers and Titan Publishing will support Suicide Squad with a number of print-published works.
Hallmark, Huckleberry Toys, Trend Setters, Fashion Accessory Bazaar and Underground Toys are all on board for paper products.
Suicide Squad-inspired décor, accessories and novelty items are also on the way from the likes of Noble Collection, Franco Manufacturing and Trends International.
Suicide Squad merchandise tailored to local markets will also be available across Europe, the Middle East and Asia (EMEA), Latin America and Asia-Pacific, with many partners supporting the film around the world with apparel from Mauritius, Primark, and United Labels, accessories, novelty items from Groovy UK, Forbidden Planet, GB Eye and more as well as Suicide Squad-inspired programmes from Movis and Industrias Darks.
“Suicide Squad marks the theatrical debut of several of the most recognised, fan-favorite DC Super-Villains, and these iconic characters offer WBCP a unique opportunity to create a robust merchandising programme aimed at the adult collector via partnerships with the some of the most renowned licensees in the industry,” said Pam Lifford, president, Warner Bros. Consumer Products.