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WBCP Unveils Hello Kitty Crossover

WBCP Unveils Hello Kitty Crossover

  Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA revealed the first full-character creative artwork for its Hello Kitty x DC Comics Super Heroes cross-over. 

Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA, in partnership with DC Entertainment revealed the first full-character creative artwork for its recently announced brand collaboration between Sanrio’s Hello Kitty and DC Comics Super Heroes. 

The unveiling took place at Brand Licensing Europe, which is taking Tuesday through Thursday in London.

“This unique partnership joins two powerhouse brands that have a universal popularity across a variety of demographics. We know the collaboration will excite fans of both properties who will be thrilled to see these global icons come together as Hello Kitty dressed up as Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl, her favorite DC Comics Super Heroes,” says Pilar Zulueta, executive vice president and general manager, WBCP EMEA.

WBCP is now working with licensees and retailers to develop a range of products for the brand collaboration. Products will target girls, women and collectors and will launch in 2014 in categories including apparel, accessories and footwear, stationery, publishing, personal care, promotional products and food products.

“We are thrilled to partner with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment to give Hello Kitty super hero powers,” says Stefano Mastropietro, chief operating officer, Sanrio. “Both Hello Kitty and the DC Comics Super Heroes are universally beloved, and this fun initiative is sure to pack a playful punch in the EMEA territories when product launches next year.”

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