Jazwares and Treasure Studio, Inc., the creators of YouTube series CoComelon had signed an agreement for Jazwares to manufacture toys inspired by the video series, CoComelon, launched in 2006 on YOUTUBE.
“Our primary goal with ‘CoComelon’ has always been to engage families with entertaining and educational content that makes universally-relatable preschool moments fun,” said Jay Jeon, founder and chief executive officer, Treasure Studio. “We’re excited about partnering with Jazwares to extend the benefits of our videos beyond the screen for the very first time and give young children great new ways to experience the stories and familiar characters from one of their favorite YouTube channels.”
The initial “CoComelon” line from Jazwares will include categories including plush, bath play, vehicles, figurines and role play. The toys will feature characters and items familiar to fans.
A new competitive strategy game featuring a series of 96 collectible action figures. "Flick-to-Stick" and "Stick-to-Score," call out the game's targeted play-pattern and scoring system. Players aim their Bungees at scoring targets with a flick of the finger to compete, collect and win through the game's multiple ways to play. The 96 different Bungees will be enhanced by a Bungee Battleground arena, disk launcher, playing cards, and scoring disks, also all available this fall.
Each 5-inch plush fruit features splat sound effects, includes a Fruit Ninja bandanna and has a mouth that is slightly sliced. Choices include Green Apple, Strawberry and Pineapple plush. There's even a Bomb. Other Fruit Ninja items include smaller plush and tablet covers. Launch date: Spring 2012.
These highly detailed 3-Inch figures have over 12 points of articulation and capture all the signature characteristics of all three characters. The Super Pack also comes complete with 7 Chaos Emeralds. — As of 12/30/2011 this product had 4.2 out of 5 stars from 37 reviews on ToysRUs.com. Pros: Unique; detailed; comes with seven emerald accessories. Cons: Not durable (better as a collectible than a playable toy).
Based on the character from the 2010 film remake, B.A. Baracus is 4" tall and intricately sculpted in soft plastic. He wears a yellow shirt and "denim" pants, accessorized with tan shoes, a black holster, silver dogtag necklaces, a rifle and a pistol.
Based on the character from the 2010 film remake, Hannibal is 4" tall and intricately sculpted in soft plastic. He wears a blue shirt and tan pants, accessorized with a brown holster, tan shoes, a rifle and a pistol.
Based on the character from the 2010 film remake, Face is 4" tall and intricately sculpted in soft plastic. He wears a gray suit and white shirt, accessorized with black shoes and gloves, a rifle and a pistol.
Based on the character from the 2010 film remake, Murdock is 4" tall and intricately sculpted in soft plastic. He wears a black shirt, leather jacket and army green pants, accessorized with a red baseball cap, silver dogtag necklaces, brown shoes, a rifle and a pistol.
Ever wanted to make your own stop-motion movie like the Marvel Marching Superheroes? Or maybe South Park? Well, the Ani-Movie does it ... digitally. It’s made up of a digital camera on a sweep arm that looks down on a “stage” for backgrounds and animation pieces — just like an old-time animation camera ... only digital. Put one of the cut-out Marvel superheroes or villains on deck (Spidey or Dr. Doom), position him, hit the Red Button to capture a frame, move an arm, or leg, hit the button again, and before you know it, you’re playing your own animation back on your TV. Mike DeCamp, art director for Jazwares and creator of the Ani-Movie has been a student of animation for years. “I always thought it was cool and fun making stop-motions on my own. Then I thought it might be easy to do digitally, and came up with the Ani-Movie. It just kind of came together with Marvel — they’ve been very helpful.” You can use your own memory sticks to get more footage, too. Launch date: December 2006.
The 15th anniversary of the popular Megaman video game series inspired these original Megaman action figures. Each figure is fully articulated and about 10" tall. All figures come with a buster that fires and a removable chest piece. — “Megaman NT Warrior” (“Rockman EXE” in Japan): a TV show, a video game, a way of life, the Megaman toys have gone far beyond their media counterparts, and continue to do well. The latest 10” action figure is a good example, as is the whole 15th Anniversary line. — Sheila Hornsby, manager at the KB Toys in Columbia, S.C., reported “excellent sales” of the 10” Megaman figures. — The 15th Anniversary figures are “doing well for us,” according to Robert Zachary, owner of Z-Toys in Detroit. “I’ve always liked the Rockman/Megaman toys; they don’t look like anything else out there.
Based on the character from the popular children's television show, "Mustard Pancakes," this plush figure keeps kids company while celebrating fun. Also available, sold separately, are the characters Tiny Tina Ten Toes, Mo and Mr. D, who is a puppet.
Mugen comes from the first wave of 6" scale Jazwares figures based on the popular anime television show, "Samurai Champloo. The series' two other main characters, Jin and Fuu, are sold separately. Each figure come with a number of battle accessories as well as with separate heads with winter headgear.
This is a cool and fun way to teach kids to do their chores. The colorful Chore Board with pegs, bright colored chore cards and reward tokens, are completely visible in a blister package. Easily displayed, the package has a convenient easel back so it will stand on a shelf or hang on a pegboard. The quality is sturdy and attractive with strong color graphics to attract the consumer. Even in the prototype phase, this product attracted unprecedented interest from retailers and cataloguers, and promises to be a best seller very quickly. It’s fun for the whole family and kids earn rewards in a new entertaining form.
With “I Did My Homework!” children master the task of recording, organizing and completing their homework correctly just by following the easy steps built into the system. Kids are motivated to do their homework; they earn rewards and become more independent in the process. Parents can use the suggested system or tailor it to their child’s school schedule. The kit includes various stickers, reward tokens and incentives to make learning fun and rewarding for the child, as well as stress-free and rewarding for the parent. This recently won an iParenting Media Award.
This 6” action figure portrays everyone´s favorite fighting robot from the popular Capcom video games. Help battle the evil reploids and Dr. Wily by moving this articulated figure that comes with real shooting action weapons. This slick and colorful turquoise and royal blue figure can battle bad guys both inside and outdoors. - Aire Norell