Kurt S. Adler, Esquire, Mad Engine and more are on board to bring the sci-fi adventure series to consumers.
New partners for “Rick and Morty” include:
Mad Engine for graphic t-shirts, which will be available for purchase across mass, mid-tier and specialty retailers;
The Forecast Agency for branded umbrellas, a denim shirt and other cut and sew apparel;
ACDC Apparel for men’s and women’s swimwear;
Esquire for themed shoes and slippers;
Accutime for watches, istraps and wall clocks;
Hypnotic Hats for hosiery;
Salesone for jewelry, body jewelry, cuff links, key chains, money clips, flasks and more;
Funko for an expanded range of “Rick and Morty” mystery minis blind box series, galactic plushies and blind bag keychain plush collections as well as “Rick and Morty” dorbz;
KIDdesign for a co-branded line of consumer electronics including headphones, earphones, speakers and smart phone and tablet accessories;
Kurt S. Adler for holiday ornaments and Christmas stockings;
McFarlane for an expanded collection of brick building toys;
Monogram Direct for 3D foam key ring blind gags that include one randomly selected 3D figural key ring and two limited edition chase figures;
Toy Factory for a new collection of plush toys for outdoor and traveling amusement venues, as well as family entertainment centers; and
USAopoly for an expanded range of games, puzzles and a collectible coin bank.
“‘Rick and Morty’ fans will have a broad product range to choose from as they continue to make their favorite characters part of their everyday lives,” said Pete Yoder, vice president, North America, Cartoon Network Enterprises. “We look forward to our new licensing partners experiencing the contagious enthusiasm of this brand and its passionate fans.”
Additionally, Cartoon Network also partnered with USAopoly’s Project Raygun division to introduce a new “Samurai Jack” board game this year. Named, Samurai Jack: Back to the Past, the game allows fans to relive the story of “Samurai Jack” in a table top experience.
Don’t miss Yoder in “Retail Revolution: New Models for the Modern Consumer” at the NYC Summit, Feb. 20, where he’ll talk about how licensors are working with online retail to bring products to fans. Hurry and get your tickets
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