Licensees include Just Funky (home décor), Philcos (apparel, loungewear, swimwear and drinkware), Bravado (apparel), Roy Lowe (socks), Level52 Studios (high-end, limited-edition statues) and Rizzoli International Publications (wall calendars).
They join anchor merchandise licensees Bioworld, Funko and Kidrobot, who launched the “Disenchantment” licensed merchandise program earlier this year with an assortment of collectibles and apparel, all available at events, online and at specialty and independent retailers.
Asiana Licensing in South Korea and El Ocho Licencias & Promociones in Portugal are international agents for the deal.
Bapper Entertainment has also launched a social media campaign @disenchantmentofficial on Facebook and Instagram, which reveals newsfrom the series, new merchandise releases and special events.
“Disenchantment” currently streams worldwide on Netflix in 30 languages. 20 new episodes of season 2 are currently in production.
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