Cartoonist Group Licensing will bring the classic comic strip into categories spanning apparel, home décor, stationery and more.
Cartoonist Group Licensing will now aim to bring the comic strip into categories such as apparel, footwear, accessories, home décor, stationery, novelty and housewares.
Furthermore, thousands of “Frank and Ernest” comics were selected to create five distinct style guides with themes based on work life; the ups and downs of navigating life through its road signs; daily observations and musings; life as seen through the eyes of a newborn chick; and smart, pithy sayings.
“Frank and Ernest” initially launched in 1972 and currently appears in 1,200 newspapers throughout the U.S.
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