Bapper Entertainment has signed several new deals for the Matt Groening adult animated comedy series “Disenchantment.”
“Disenchantment” is available on Netflix worldwide in 27 languages and has been green-lit for a second full season. The series follows the adventures of a hard-drinking princess named Bean, her companion Elfo and her personal demon Luci.
The series’ new partners include Bioworld, which will launch the first “Disenchantment” curated t-shirt assortment for the U.S. via Coalition Supply at Amazon.com in March. Bioworld, master apparel and accessories licensee for Bapper Entertainment, will develop adult t-shirts and fashion apparel, sleep and loungewear, headwear, bags, jewelry, drinkware and small accessories.
Funko will create stylized figures, keychains and novelty cereal.
Kidrobot will create stylized figures, keychains and plush.
Segal Licensing has been named agent by Bapper Entertainment in Canada, while Rocket Licensing will serve as agent in the U.K. and Ireland. Merchantwise Licensing will represent Bapper Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand. Other agency appointments include J&M Brands (Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg), Team! Licensing (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) and ETS Studios (Italy).