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In October 2015, WildWorks named
as the master toy partner for the Animal Jam brand.
will develop figures, playsets, and plush items that will launch globally in 2016.
released a line of action figures featuring the four main characters, plus the GMC Vandura.
In February 2014, the American toy company
announced that Bungees will be released in United States later that year.
In 2012 a new Space Ghost figure was released in the
Hanna-Barbera series and came with a pack-in of Blip.
On January 10, 2017,
unveiled designs for toys based on "Roblox" characters. The characters are similar to Lego minifigures, standing 2.5 inches tall and having interchangeable body parts, clothes, and tools. The toys were released on February 5.
Kabal has featured very little in official "Mortal Kombat" merchandise, only appearing alongside Scorpion, Quan Chi, and Shao Kahn in a collection of 2.5" super-deformed figures released by
Bungees are collectible figurines that are produced by Spanish company Magic Box Int., which also done Gogo's Crazy Bones, and published by
Inc. Each figurine comes with the collectable card as well as discs served as points.
After the re-release of the Wave 1 Retro Roto figures in 2010, there was speculation amongst collectors of the figure line that
may finally release Wave 2. On the back of the cards for all the re-released figures both Ice Man and Wood Man were once again advertised as "coming soon." At the 2010 American International Toy Fair, Joe Amarro of
was quoted in an interview as saying, "I'm pushing for Wave 2 myself. Hopefully we can finally get those out." Thus far, no future releases have been confirmed, but on November 22, 2010
announced in a press release that they had secured the licensing rights from Capcom to continue producing Mega Man figures in 2011.
Quan Chi was included with Scorpion, Kabal, and Shao Kahn in a collection of 2.5" super deformed figures released by
in 2012, and despite his absence from "Deception," he appeared on several common "attack" cards in the 2005 "Epic Battles" collectible card game that starred the game's roster, but he was not given his own character card. A placeholder for a planned 3.75" action figure was displayed by
at the 2012 American International Toy Fair, but the figure never came to fruition. Mezco Toyz featured a six-inch Quan Chi figure at the 2015 Toy Fair as part of their upcoming "Mortal Kombat X"-based line.
released the first series (known as Wave 1) of the Mega Man Retro Roto Figures. This first series featured Mega Man, Proto Man, Elec Man, Shadow Man, and Guts Man. Each of these five figures included a "Build-A-Bot" piece that could be used to assemble a sixth bonus figure known as "Full-Charge" Mega Man. The release of this initial first wave was limited and apparently it did not sell as well as expected. Consequently,
shelved the line by quietly discontinuing it in 2006.
DHX Media and FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment have appointed
Inc. as the global master toy partner on preschool property Ella the Elephant for the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Latin America, Middle East, Australia, Spain and Norway. The deal will enable
to launch worldwide Plush, Dolls Figures and Play Sets, Vehicles, Role Play and Musical Instruments, based on the animated preschool series about an adventurous elephant and her magic hat. In December 2014, it was announced that DHX Brands and Penguin Young Readers were developing a series of books based on the series, which were released in late 2015.
In 1996, Toy Island published a Liu Kang action figure which had a white shirt. Two Liu Kang action figures from "Shaolin Monks" were released by
. Apart from being flexible, both figures included different types of weapons such as swords and axes.
is the master toy partner, Penguin Books will publish a range of printed books, including story books, official guides, sticker books, novelty books, annuals and electronic titles and D.C. Thomson & Co. will publish a monthly magazine with comic strips, puzzles, fact files, poster and competitions.
Cage has featured in an extensive collection of action figures over the course of the "MK" series. Hasbro released two Cage figures in 1994: a 4" figure packaged with a "Kombat Cannon" projectile launcher, and a 12" figure with "super-punch arm action" and a pair of swords. Toy Island produced a 4" Cage figure from their "MK Trilogy" line in 1996, again packaged with an arm-mounted cannon. He was part of
' 2006 "Shaolin Monks" and 2011 "MK" reboot series, and a "battle-scarred" version of the character was released by
as part of a 2011 two-pack with Goro. Other merchandise included a 10" polystone statue of Cage—sculpted in a "Shadow Uppercut" pose—released by Syco Collectibles in 2012, in addition to the character being depicted on a collectible 2.5" x 3.5" magnet from Ata-Boy Wholesale and a life-size cardboard standup produced by Advanced Graphics in 2011.
originally released Wave 1 in 2005, a second series (Wave 2) was designed and planned for release shortly afterwards. On the back of the cards of the Wave 1 figures, the robot masters Ice Man and Wood Man were even advertised as "coming soon." At the 2005 American International Toy Fair,
indicated that it planned to release Ice Man, Wood Man, and Bass as part of Wave 2 while Metal Man and Skull Man were being planned for a Wave 3 release. At the 2006 American International Toy Fair the following year, prototypes of the Wave 2 were unveiled. Among the characters in the planned Wave 2 release were Ice Man, Wood Man, Heat Man, Snake Man, and Dr. Wily. Due to apparently underwhelming sales of the initial Wave 1 release, however, Wave 2 was cancelled.
Ermac appeared on several common "attack" cards in the 2005 "Epic Battles" collectible card game that featured the "Mortal Kombat: Deception" roster. He was part of a "Klassic Ninja" six-pack of four-inch action figures released in 2011 by
, in addition to being sold separately, and a placeholder for a planned figure in his downloadable "MK1" skin from the reboot was displayed by
at the 2012 American International Toy Fair, but the figure was never produced. Ermac was displayed on a life-sized standing cardboard cutout produced in 2011 by Advanced Graphics, and a 2.5" x 3.5" collectible magnet released by Ata-Boy Wholesale in 2011. Syco Collectibles released a limited-edition (250 units) eighteen-inch polystone statue in 2012, complete with glow-in-the-dark eyes and gemstones, plus "green energy" accessories that detached from his hands.
Sektor made his official debut when a close-up of Divita in costume was featured on the April 1995 cover of "VideoGames" with the tagline, "Johnny Cage is dead. Reptile is missing. The Cyber-Ninja lives." In 2011, Sektor was included in a "Mortal Kombat Klassic" three-pack of action figures along with Cyrax and Smoke that was released by
, and was one of twenty "MK" characters featured on 2.5" x 3.5" collectible magnets from Ata-Boy Wholesale.
Scorpion was one of thirteen "MK2011" characters depicted on life-sized standing cardboard cutouts from Advanced Graphics. Funko released a Scorpion bobblehead in 2011, and he was also one of twenty characters featured on 2.5" x 3.5" collectible magnets by Ata-Boy Wholesale that year. He appeared along with Kabal, Quan Chi, and Shao Kahn in a collection of 2.5" super-deformed figures released by
Cyrax was included in a "Mortal Kombat Klassic" three-pack of action figures along with Sektor and Smoke that was released in 2011 by
, and was one of twenty "MK" characters featured on 2.5" x 3.5" collectible magnets from Ata-Boy Wholesale. An 18" polystone statue of Cyrax was released by Syco Collectibles in 2013, which was packaged with additional sets of arms, a removable chestplate, and a bomb.
has produced an assortment of 2-, 6-, 7-, and 10-inch licensed action figures and plush toys for the series. "Collectable Figures" have also been released along with other themed merchandise, such as "80's Bobbleheads", "Pullback Custom Cruisers" and "Wrestling Buddies". There have been many graphic T-shirts officially licensed through clothing retailers Hot Topic, We Love Fine, and Threadless. Looney Labs also released a "Regular Show"-themed version of the card game "Fluxx" on July 25, 2014.
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