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Loot Crate, Her Universe Launch LOOT4FANGIRLS

b415e215-3a83-4c76-ad60-6691f99bba62Loot Crate partnered with Her Universe for its first female fan-focused mystery crate, LOOT4FANGIRLS. The exclusive, limited-edition crate will celebrate fans’ favorite female heroes, including characters from Marvel, Star Trek, Borderlands, DC Comics, and AMC’s The Walking Dead[Read more...]

Build-A-Bear Workshop Launches Ghostbusters and Star Trek Bears

239be71c-0740-4013-a81c-220aa6da55e8Build-A-Bear Workshop has unveiled a pair of Star Trek 50th Anniversary Bears and a Ghostbusters line. Fans in the U.S., Canada, and the UK can order the bears on the Build-A-Bear website.

The Ghostbusters line includes a 7-inch mini pre-stuffed Slimer covered in bright green fur and the 17-inch bustin’ white bear, with the iconic Ghostbusters logo on its paw, and several accessories. The line also includes a 19-inch Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, which can be equipped with a theme song and with a marshmallow scent.    [Read more...]

Mattel Launches Barbie Collection Celebrating 50 Years of Star Trek

Paul Jordan, Mary JordanBarbie will release its Star Trek 50th Anniversary Barbie Collection, featuring Kirk, Spock, and Uhura dolls depicted in the spirit of the original series. The collection features Kirck, Mr. Spok, and Uhura Star Trek dolls. Each doll, sold separately, is sculpted in the actors’ likeness and features an authentic replica of the classic costume with a fully articulated body. The collection will be available this month.

GUND Launches Star Trek Plush Animals

Screen Shot 2016-02-22 at 10.30.49 AMGUND, under license by CBS Consumer Products, will bring the classic characters of Star Trek to life in soft plush. Each character will be dressed in the proper Star Fleet attire and featured as a plush animal. The initial launch will include Captain Kirk as a lion, Dr. Bones as a dog, Lieutenant Commander Spock as a cat, Lt. Uhura as a teddy bear and Scotty the Monkey. The launch of GUND’s new line coincides with the 50th anniversary of Star Trek’s first TV episode.

Products will be available in retail stores this spring.

CBS Consumer Products Unveils New Star Trek Licensees

CBS consumer product logoCBS Consumer Products unveiled a lineup of new licensees who have signed on to expand Star Trek’s merchandising program with dozens of new product lines inspired by the iconic intergalactic franchise. From Spin Masters’ remote controlled vehicles to Wooden Expressions’ Tridimensional chess set, fans will get to relive, share, and celebrate the Star Trek franchise in many ways.

In celebration of Star Trek’s 50th anniversary, the merchandising program includes domestic and international partners that will contribute to a landmark year for the franchise. The new licensees will pay tribute to both the legacy and the future of Star Trek across key categories. [Read more...]

Isaac Heller, Co-Founder of Remco, Passes Away

IsaacHellerIsaac Heller, the founder of Remco, died on March 7 at the age of 88. As reported by The New York Times, Heller was a former Navy electronics technician who got his start as a toymaker by buying up military surplus and transforming it into toys that zoom, soar, or otherwise move.
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Mega Bloks Joins Forces with Top Licenses Including Power Rangers, Terminator, and Star Trek

MEGA+Branks+logoMega Brands has entered new partnerships with top entertainment brands to expand its Mega Bloks construction portfolio. Mega Bloks will add new highly detailed sets and movie-inspired lines for fans of all ages. [Read more...]

Uglydoll Introduces The Wizard of Oz, Star Trek Product Lines

imagePretty Ugly LLC has teamed with CBS Consumer Products and Warner Bros. Consumer Products to launch new Uglydoll plush toys.

CBS will feature plush characters based on the Star Trek franchise. The line is set for release next year, will feature Wage as Captain James T. Kirk, Ox as first officer Spock, Ice-Bat as chief engineer Scotty, Babo as Doctor McCoy, and Tray as communications officer Uhura.

Warner Bros. is set to create plush toys based on The Wizard of OzThe whole Uglydoll crew–including Moxy, Wage, Jeero, Babo, and Ox–will dress as the iconic characters from the classic film. This series of dolls will be previewed at Licensing Expo this summer and will launch in stores in the fall.

Disruptor Beam to Develop Star Trek Strategy Roleplaying Game

StarTrekTimelinesDisruptor Beam will produce a new Star Trek strategy roleplaying game, Star Trek Timelines. The game is a story-driven social game where fans can build their ultimate starship and crew and explore the Star Trekmultiverse with characters across many of the franchise’s eras. It is under license by CBS Consumer Products and will be released across mobile and web platforms.

Star Trek Timelines will include content and characters from Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise. Players will explore numerous galaxies, planets, and distant lands; interact with various technologies, cultures, and races; and resolve problems through combat, diplomacy, and science. The game will feature original artwork and 3D graphics.

Round 2 Releases New Models

Round2Round 2 LLC, an Indiana-based innovative collectibles company, will release new models through January. Some AMT models that have recently been introduced include the Richard Petty Dodge Sportsman kit available for the first time since the 1970s, the 1968 Plymouth Road Runner muscle car kit, and the Star Trek Bridge Model Kit.

TheJetsonsModelKitFuture releases to expect include the reissue of The Jetsons Spacecraft model kit with pre-painted figures of George Jetson and his loyal dog, Astro and simple-snap assembly, and Polar Lights’ Marvel Comics’ Spider-Man VW Beetle kit with Spider-Man stickers to appeal to a younger generation of modeling enthusiasts. MPC’s Titan Rocket, Dodge Dart Sport, and AMT’s Ford Coupe, Ohio George Malco Gasser, Gloster Meteor MK-1 Fighter Jet, and 1975 Chevy Rescue Van will all be available through January.