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Hasbro Reveals Licensed Holiday Line-Up

From Iron Man 2 to My Little Pony, Hasbro is gearing up its toy offerings for the upcoming gift-giving season.The toy maker's licensed holiday line-up includes:Beyblade: Metal Fusion Super Vortex Battle set ($24.99)Iron Man 2 remote control walking figure

From Iron Man 2 to My Little Pony, Hasbro is gearing up its toy offerings for the upcoming gift-giving season.

The toy maker's licensed holiday line-up includes:

  • Beyblade: Metal Fusion Super Vortex Battle set ($24.99)

  • Iron Man 2 remote control walking figure ($49.99)

  • Littlest Pet Shop Online dancing pet ($24.99)

  • Monopoly: Revolution Edition ($34.99)

  • My Little Pony Friendship is Magic gift set ($19.99)

  • Speed Stars Transformers Stealth Force Optimus Prime vehicle ($24.99)

  • Star Wars AT-AT vehicle ($99.99)

  • Strawberry Shortcake fashion doll assortment ($9.99)

  • Tonka Chuck & Friends' Chuck's Stunt Park play set ($39.99)

  • Transformers Battle Ops Bumblebee action figure ($59.99)

  • Transformers Power Core Combiners figures ($19.99)

"Hasbro will continue to provide kids and families around the world with immersive brand experiences that consumers can enjoy in many different forms and formats, which are easily accessible virtually anytime and anywhere," says John Frascotti, global chief marketing officer of Hasbro. "From toys and games, to video games, to new television programs and motion pictures, to digital comic books, to branded apparel, Hasbro will bring to life its extensive portfolio of brands for our consumers in unique and innovative ways that entertain and delight our consumers."

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