JAKKS Pacific to Release ‘Simpsons’ Toys and Collectibles

Line will coincide with the premiere of the show’s 36th season.

License Global

April 1, 2024

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"The Simpsons" action figures.
"The Simpsons" action figures. JAKKS Pacific

This fall, JAKKS Pacific is releasing a new line of toys and collectibles inspired by “The Simpsons,” now available for preorder.  

The new line includes a range of fan-favorite characters from the show, currently airing their 35th season and in production on their historic 36th season. This upcoming collection emulates the joy that the franchise has brought to fans for more than three decades. 

“‘The Simpsons’ has a rich history of fandom with a dedicated fan-base of both kids and adults alike,” says Jeremy Sueper, vice president, marketing, Jakks Pacific. “Adding this to our product lineup in that category is truly exciting. Our panel audience will get a sneak peek of what’s to come for The Simpsons line at WonderCon. We have an array of unique and incredibly fun items that are sure to entice every fan of ‘The Simpsons’ to rush to the toy aisle.”

The collection includes: 

  • 2.5-inch Figure Multi-Pack 

  • Living Room Diorama Set 

  • Moe’s Prank Phone 

  • Talking Krusty Doll 

  • The Simpsons Advent Calendar 

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