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NY TOY FAIR: Disney to Unveil 'Miles from Tomorrowland' Toys

NY TOY FAIR: Disney to Unveil 'Miles from Tomorrowland' Toys

Tomy will unveil a new toy line inspired by Disney Junior’s new, intergalactic TV series "Miles from Tomorrowland" this weekend at New York Toy Fair. 

Tomy will unveil a new toy line inspired by Disney Junior’s new, intergalactic TV series "Miles from Tomorrowland" this weekend at New York Toy Fair.

The new series, which launched Feb. 6, introduces young adventurer Miles Callisto and his family as they help connect the galaxy on behalf of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority.

The “Miles from Tomorrowland”-inspired Tomy toy line, created in partnership with Disney Consumer Products, will launch at retail this summer and includes vehicles, figures and play sets that feature science facts from NASA and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the Space Tourism Society and Google experts. 

Disneystore.com began rolling out the Miles from Tomorrowland product collection on Feb. 6 alongside the series premiere, with product set to hit Disney Store across the U.S. today. The robust line includes toys, books, role play items, apparel, home décor, accessories and more. Additionally, Disney Publishing Worldwide has also released the new "Miles from Tomorrowland: Missions" app.

“Since the debut of Disney Junior, we’ve continued to build a portfolio of unique and inspiring products that delight parents and their preschoolers,” says Josh Silverman, executive vice president, global licensing, Disney Consumer Products. “Space exploration is incredibly rich territory for innovation, and we’re excited to launch a product collection that will capture kids’ imaginations and help bring STEAM themes to life at home.”

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