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Former product lines include Spastik Plastik, Blox, FunkoVision,
Force, and Reaction Figures.
has released POP! Vinyl and Reaction Figures of Laura.
is an American company that manufactures licensed pop culture toys.
is most known for producing over 1000 different licensed vinyl figures. In addition
produces licensed plush, bobbleheads, action figures, and licensed electronic items such as USB drives, lamps and headphones.
Vinyl toy company
released the first images of the toy figures via their "Big Hero 6"
. The POP Vinyl series collection features Hiro Hamada, GoGo Tomago, Wasabi, Honey Lemon, Fred, and a 6-inch Baymax.
has released a Darkseid as part of their Pop! line of Vinyl figures.
announced its intention to relocate its headquarters to downtown Everett, Washington.
acquired the licensing agreement to manufacture the POP Vinyl version of Sharknado
The town is bounded to the west by
and on the east by Apremodo
In October 2010,
released a 7-inch button-eyed cuddly version of the Creature.
Finkelstein ( or , ) is a German and Yiddish surname originating from Old High German "
" (spark) and "stein" (stone).
In February 2015,
released a line of ReAction and Pop! vinyl figures based on "Big Trouble In Little China".
was founded as a bobblehead company in 1998 by Mike Becker in his Snohomish, Washington home. In 2005, Becker sold
to its current CEO, Brian Mariotti, who moved its offices to Lynnwood, Washington and significantly expanded the company's licensed product lines. By 2012, the company sold more than $20 million worth of merchandise.
Sold in 2005,
LLC is now headed by Brian Mariotti as president. Since 2005, the company has increased the scope of unique toy lines, and has signed licensing deals with Marvel, DC Comics, WWE, Lucasfilm, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon, DreamWorks, Hasbro, CBS, Fox, Warner Bros, Disney, HBO, Peanuts, BBC, NFL, Ubisoft, NBCUniversal, Cartoon Network, 2K Games, Bethesda Games, and many more.
products now have worldwide distribution. According to Mariotti, "We were in the $40 million range for revenue [in 2013] — and $28 million of that was from Pop figures alone." In 2015,
added Mopeez, Dorbz, Vinyl Idolz, Vinyl Vixens, and Super Deluxe vinyl to their existing lines.
ACON Investments, LLC announced it has acquired licensed toy maker
, LLC from Fundamental Capital, LLC, but will keep current staff and head of company.
At Toy Fair 2015,
announced a new offshoot brand called Vinyl Sugar, with lines including Dorbz, Vinyl Idolz, Vinyl Vixens, and Super Deluxe Vinyls.
and Marvel partnered to launch Marvel Collector Corps, a subscription box service featuring exclusive collectibles, apparel and accessories. Boxes ship every two months. It has subsequently launched a subscription box service for Star Wars items called Smuggler's Bounty, DC subscription box called Legion of Collectors and a Disney subscription box called Disney treasures. Also, the subscription box known as Lootcrate occasionally contains an exclusive
Pop! vinyl figure which aligns with that month's box theme.
CEO Brian Mariotti announced through Hot Topic that
will be releasing their first licensed POP! Vinyl styled collectible T-shirts, which first appeared at San Diego Comic Con 2015. It was announced that Hot Topic will initially be the exclusive retailer for the Pop! Tees line, though other retailers have recently begun to sell them (such as Fishbone Apparel in the North Hanover Mall in PA).
Airplane manufacturer Boeing has a significant presence in Everett, including a large manufacturing plant that is the world's largest building by volume. Toymaker
is also headquartered in Everett.
Jingle Belle merchandising includes a statuette by Dynamic Forces and another by Electric Tiki; a bobblehead doll by
; a Christmas tree ornament depicting the Jose Garibaldi design of Jing; a lunch box; holiday notecards, and a t-shirt.
BoxLunch has exclusive licensed merchandise including Sanrio, "Stranger Things",
Pop! vinyls and Star Wars. BoxLunch has also collaborated with the artist, Rob Prior to create exclusive Star Wars designs for its Star Wars line of merchandise.
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