Today, merchandise inspired by the highly anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens launched at retailers as Force Friday officially went underway. More than 3,000 retail locations in the U.S. opened their doors at midnight for fans to be among the first to discover new Star Wars products.
Legendary Yoda stands 16 inches tall and has lifelike movements as well as voice recognition, making it possible to train with the Jedi Grand Master. Yoda has three modes—Force, Wisdom, and Warrior—and kids can speak directly to the interactive figure and hear him speak classic words of wisdom.
Disguise Inc., the Halloween costume division of Jakks Pacific Inc., has secured a licensing agreement with Moose Toys to create costumes and dress-up based on its collectible franchise, Shopkins. The news follows yesterday’s announcement that Disguise had secured a similar agreement with the LEGO Group.
Disguise Inc., the Halloween costume division of Jakks Pacific Inc., has secured a licensing agreement with the LEGO Group for children’s Halloween costumes, role play, and accessories based on popular LEGO characters. The multi-year, multi-category agreement grants Disguise rights to distribute its LEGO licensed products across North America, Europe, Korea, and China.
Mattel and World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. (WWE) have teamed up to let fans create their own action with two new products: WWE Create a Superstar and WWE Create a Ring. Now fans can build their own or recreate a famous match-up (for example, one from WWE’s recent SummerSlam) utilizing their WWE Superstar and whatever ring configuration they desire.