Transformers, GI Joe and Power Rangers are just some of the names involved in the new collaboration between Hasbro and Diamond Select Toys
Those of Diamond Select Toys ed Hasbro these are two names that will certainly not sound new to collectors: the first is known for its wide range of dynamic collectibles, while the second is linked to some of the biggest brands in entertainment and toys. It is therefore not surprising that the two companies have joined forces to give life to one new line of collectibles based on some of the most famous names in the portfolio Hasbro.
Diamond Select Toys and Hasbro: details of the collaboration
The new line of collectibles includes licensed products from Transformers, G.I. Joe, Power Rangers, la serie animata classica di Dungeons & Dragons, Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, Magic: The Gathering, e Jem e le Holograms. The objects will be offered both with features based on classic lines, and by marrying the new characterizations of the various characters. For Diamond Select ToysFurthermore, these are the first works based on Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering, two of the most popular fantasy franchises in the world, still able to attract the attention of a vast array of fans around the world.
So he expressed himself on the matter Chuck Third, president of Diamond Select Toys:
Hasbro is the home of the most popular brands, characterized by a rich and deep history, capable of giving life to some of the most famous heroes and villains of pop culture. Being able to work with these characters – with some of them for the first time – is extremely exciting, as is being able to present them to fans in the form of unique and dynamic collectibles.
The new product line will cover numerous categories of collectibles, including PVC Gallery Diorama, Premier Collection and Milestone resin statues, 3D half-scale Legends busts, Minimates and mini-figures. The first wave will be available worldwide starting next fall, through comic book and specialty stores.
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