Officially licensed partners for the franchise include:
- Bandai America (6.5-inch articulated action figures);
- Bandai Namco Entertainment America (video game);
- Bioworld (apparel and accessories);
- Fanwraps (decals and stickers);
- Funko (collections of POP! and vinyl figures);
- Good Smile Company (a collection of Nendoroid figures);
- Great Eastern (novelty accessories);
- Kura Sushi: (restaurant chain activation);
- Just Funky (drinkware and accessories);
- Loyal Subjects (a collection of action vinyls);
- McFarlane Toys (ultra-articulation action figures);
- Party City (Halloween costumes);
- Pyramid (posters and stationaries);
- Ripple Junction (apparel and accessories);
- Spirit Halloween (Halloween costumes);
- Sprayground (backpacks);
- Toynami (collection of statues);
- Trends International (posters);
- Traly (collection of enamel pins for Target) and
- Uniqlo (apparel).
Latin American partners for “Naruto” include:
- DeAgostini (artwork collections);
- Heredia Clothing (apparel);
- Rosstamp Confeccao e Estamparia Ltda AKA Piticas (apparel) and
- Festcolor Artigos De Festas Ltda (party goods, stickers).
Over “Naruto’s” 20-year run, the show has spawned countless iterations ofconsumer products from licensees
including Funko, Fanwraps, Bandai America, Bioworld, Good Smile Company and McFarlane Toys.
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