The Queen’s Treasures has released details on its upcoming line based on the literary and entertainment property, Little House on the Prairie. Available next month, the Little House on the Prairie 18” Doll Collection will include accessories, play sets, and more for 18-inch dolls.
This September, children will be able to reenact the true story of Dr. Jane Goodall, whose pioneering research on wild chimpanzees helped change the way human beings perceive animals. The Queen’s Treasures has created a rainforest camp for 18-inch dolls, featuring a canvas tent and canvas cot reminiscent of the ones Goodall used at Gombe Stream Research Center in Tanzania.
With Yo-Kai Watch, from Nintendo, launching in the U.S. on November 6, Hasbro will be introducing new play items based on the Yo-Kai Watch franchise in North America and Australia in January. Hasbro’s line, which will expand to additional global markets by the end of next year, will include toys and games centered around collectible medals, each representing a unique Yo-kai.
Beginning on October 1, Toys “R” Us stores nationwide and toysrus.com will begin carrying playsets, vehicles, and more based on DreamWorks Animation‘s upcoming Netflix original series, Dinotrux. The initial line, from Mattel, will feature Ty Rux, Revvit, and other Dinotrux characters, and select items will be available for pre-order online beginning August 14.
On September 4, aka Force Friday, Toys “R” Us will celebrate the debut of toys based on the next chapter of the Star Wars saga, Star Wars: Episode VII—The Force Awakens. Toys “R” Us locations worldwide, as well as toysrus.com, will transform into Destination: Star Wars with hundreds of new products, including those available exclusively at Toys “R” Us. Toys “R” Us stores around the globe will be opening their doors at 12:01 a.m., providing customers with the opportunity to be the first to purchase the new Star Wars merchandise.
Marvel’s Ant-Man is still going strong in theaters, and so is Disney Consumer Products’ (DCP) and Marvel‘s Ant-Man product collection. The lineup includes costumes, construction sets, action figures, and more from licensees such as Hasbro, LEGO, Funko, Hot Wheels, Rubie’s Costume Co., and Uncle Milton.