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Art Du Jour Update & August Solicitations From IDW Publishing.com

Transformers News: Art Du Jour Update & August Solicitations From IDW Publishing.com
Date: Tuesday, May 2nd 2006 12:45pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Press Releases
Posted by: Darth Bombshell | Credit(s): IDWPublishing.com, Tusko

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IDW Publishing.com has posted their August solicitations, which include Transformers: Stormbringer #2, Transformers Evolution: Hearts of Steel #3 and Transformers: Generations #6. In addition, Beast Wars: The Gathering will be released in TPB form.

You can see the solicitation page here, or read all the Transformers related entries below.

The Transformers: Stormbringer #2

Simon Furman (w), Don Figueroa (a & c)

In part two of this cosmic epic from Furman and Figueroa, captives of a mysterious cult worship the once and former “weapon of mass destruction” known as THUNDERWING, while OPTIMUS PRIME—the memory of the insane, tormented Decepticon scientist’s last near-apocalyptic rampage still uppermost in his anguished memory—unleashes his own last resort solution—the WRECKERS! Features a special wraparound cover from Figueroa as well as a variant character sketch cover from Fig, too.

*Covers will be shipped in a 1-to-1 ratio.

*Retailers: See your order form for special incentives

FC • 32 pages • $2.99


The Transformers Evolutions: Hearts of Steel #3

Chuck Dixon (w), Guido Guidi (a & c)

Chuck Dixon and artist Guido Guidi continue their special look at the Industrial Age reign of the TRANSFORMERS. In Hearts of Steel part 3, 19th Century scientist Tobia Muldoon has evidence of the existence of the DECEPTICONS and their plans for the domination of Earth. But will anyone other than Mark Twain believe his fantastic story? Or will the ASROTRAIN roll into New York City and change history forever? This issue features two covers from Guidi, one a concept art cover.

*Covers will be shipped in a 1-to-1 ratio.

*Retailers: See your order form for a special incentive

FC • 32 pages • $2.99


The Transformers: Generations #6

Bob Budiansky (w), Don Perlin, Keith Williams (a) Wood, Roche (c)

IDW continues their look back at some of the most beloved Transformers comics from years past. This special monthly series continues to present classic hard-to-find stories from the past two decades of Transformers comics. Once again, this issue features brand-new cover art from Ashley Wood (Metal Gear Solid) and Nick Roche, both of which present recreations of the original cover art. This issue features the conclusion to “The Return to Cybertron” mini-arc with “The Bridge to Nowhere!” originally presented in Marvel Comics’ The Transformers #18!

*Covers will be shipped in a 1-to-1 ratio.

*Retailers: See your order form for special incentives

FC • 24 pages • $2.49


Transformers Beast Wars: The Gathering Poster

Don Figueroa (a)

Here’s your chance to own Don Figueroa’s amazing gatefold wraparound image from issue 1 as an oversize poster!


Transformers- Beast Wars: The Gathering TPB

Simon Furman (w); Don Figueroa (a & c)

The long-awaited pairing of writer Simon Furman and artist extraordinaire Don Figueroa on a BEAST WAR S FC • 104 pages • $17.99 • ISBN: 1-60010-006-6


Transformers: Infiltration Cover Gallery

Don Figueroa, Guido Guidi, James Raiz, E.J. Su, Andrew Wildman, more (a)

With the return of Transformers to the world of comic books, a number of fan-favorite artists were assembled to properly present “the robots in disguise,” including Don Figueroa, Guido Guidi, James Raiz, E.J. Su, Nick Roche, Andrew Wildman, and more. This special collection offers up all the cover art from Transformers: Infiltration in one stunning volume–including rare exclusive and incentive wraparound cover images.

*Retailers: See your order form for a special incentive

FC • 48 pages • $5.99



In addition, they have updated their Art Du Jour page with an inked page from Infiltration #5, which you can view here.

Hasbro Announces 1st Quarter Loss

Transformers News: Hasbro Announces 1st Quarter Loss
Date: Monday, April 24th 2006 12:48pm CDT
Categories: Press Releases, Company News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Yahoo News

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Yahoo News reports that there was bad news on Wall Street today. Hasbro has announced that the has been a bad one. The company has posted a first quarter loss of $4.9 million. Hasbro blames the slump largely on foreign currency fluctuation, new accounting rules for stock options, and a fall in sales of Star Wars merchandise. Shares of Hasbro fell 27 cents, or 1.3 percent, to $20.66 in morning trading on the New York Stock Exchange after the news of the loss was released. Read the full article at Yahoo News for more information about Hasbro's first quarter loss.

Rik Alvarez TF Club Council Member To Attend TransformersCon

Transformers News: Rik Alvarez TF Club Council Member To Attend TransformersCon
Date: Thursday, April 20th 2006 9:11pm CDT
Categories: Event News, Press Releases
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): TransformersCon

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We have received another update about the upcoming Toronto TransformersCon. They have announced that Rik Alvarez from the Transformers Advisory Council to Hasbro's Transformers Collector's Club will at TransformersCon. He will host a panel and answer questions about the Official Club and Convention. Here is the update from the people running TransformersCon:

"The Toronto TransformersCon website has been updated with news that Rik Alvarez from the Transformers Advisory Council to Hasbro's Transformers Collector's Club will be on hand to host a panel and take your questions about the Official Club and Convention at Toronto TransformersCon on April 29th. Also Toronto TransformersCon 2006 Pre-registration numbers have been sent out, if you registered in advance and haven't received one please contact them ASAP.

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Transformers Comics Update from May Previews

Transformers News: Transformers Comics Update from May Previews
Date: Thursday, April 20th 2006 4:00pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Press Releases
Posted by: Alex Kingdom | Credit(s): DecepticonMatrix

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DecepticonMatrix of the 2005 Boards has posted an update on all Transformers releated items featured in the May edition of Previews.

His update includes details and images of G.I. Joe Vs Transformers: The Art of War #5, G.I. Joe Vs Transformers Vol 3: The Art of War Poster, The Transformers: Stormbringer #1, Transformers Evolutions Hearts of Steel #2, Transfomers Generations #5, The Transformers "Uncle Primus" Poster, and Transformers Generations #1 NDC Exclusive Cover. See the update here at TFW2005.

Beast Wars: The Gathering #2 Among IDW's Top Selling Titles

Transformers News: Beast Wars: The Gathering #2 Among IDW's Top Selling Titles
Date: Monday, April 17th 2006 4:04pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Press Releases, Company News
Posted by: Darth Bombshell | Credit(s): IDW Publishing

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The following press release has been sent to the Seibertron News Crew:

IDW SELLS OUT!
Swallow Book Two Among Many Sold-Out IDW Publishing Titles

San Diego, CA (April 17, 2006)¡XWhat do a reborn title, Clive Barker's latest, some transforming beasts, an art bonanza from Ash Wood and friends, and a couple vampire tales have in common? They're all among the latest IDW Publishing titles to completely sell out through Diamond. In addition to the sell-outs IDW recently experienced with SUPERMARKET #'s 1 & 2, the company announced today that the following books are also sold out through Diamond:

  • 30 DAYS OF NIGHT: DEAD SPACE # 1 & 2

  • ANGEL: OLD FRIENDS # 2 & 3

  • CLIVE BARKER'S THE GREAT & SECRET SHOW #1

  • FALLEN ANGEL # 1, 2, & 3

  • SWALLOW BOOK TWO

  • TRANSFORMERS: BEAST WARS #2

  • UNDERWORLD: EVOLUTION


  • ¡§It's great to see quality books met with such positive performance,¡¨ said IDW's Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall. ¡§We print significantly more copies than the initial orders we receive from Diamond. When we set a print run for a book, we try to print enough copies so that retailers will be able to re-order the books through the run of the series. These sell-outs caught us by a surprise, and signal a nice upturn for the industry in general. I also hope these numerous sell-outs encourage retailers to similarly recognize the demand for IDW's books and order accordingly. As much as I love to see a title sell out, I like even more for anyone who wants an IDW comic to be able to easily find it.¡¨

    SWALLOW BOOK TWO will receive a second printing, along with a new cover from artist Ashley Wood. Retailers can order the second printing with item code # FEB06 806. The second print is due to arrive in stores on May 17, the same day the second printings of SUPERMARKET arrive.

    ABOUT IDW PUBLISHING

    IDW PUBLISHING is a division of Idea and Design Works, LLC, a revolutionary creative service company with a wide range of clients. Among their best-selling titles are Hasbro's THE TRANSFORMERS; Fox's Angel, Konami's Metal Gear Solid, and Fallen Angel. IDW has films in development at Sony Pictures, Dimension Films, and Paramount Pictures.

    IDW Wins Another Gem Award!

    Transformers News: IDW Wins Another Gem Award!
    Date: Thursday, April 13th 2006 8:41am CDT
    Categories: Comic Book News, Press Releases
    Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Diamondcomics.com and Comic News International

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    IDW, publisher of the new Transformers comics has won another award. They have won a Gem Award for the third straight year. The Gem Awards are given out by Diamond Comics Distributors. IDW won the award for Comic Book Publisher of the Year Under 5% Market Share.

    "San Diego, CA (April 12, 2006)—Earlier this month, Diamond Comics Distributors announced the winners of its retailer-selected, 16th annual Diamond Gem Awards, and once again, IDW Publishing finished at the top.

    For the third straight year, IDW collected the Gem Award for Comic Book Publisher of the Year Under 5% Market Share.

    The Gem Awards are Diamond's annual recognition of outstanding vendors in the comics industry. Vendors are nominated by a panel of Diamond product specialists on the basis of their overall impact on the industry, while comics and related merchandise are chosen on the merits of their quality, creativity and sales performance. The winners each year are chosen by retailers.

    Gem Award nominees are selected by a panel of Diamond product specialists on the basis of their overall impact on the industry, while comics and other related merchandise were chosen on the merits of their quality, creativity and sales performance in 2005. Retailers were able to cast their votes with ballots contained with the February Previews Retailer Order Form, Previews on Windows, Previews for DOS and the Ordering page of Diamond Online's Retailer Services Area.

    In 2005, IDW successfully launched a line of comics based on Joss Whedon’s Angel, returned the Transformers to the marketplace, and extended its reinvigoration of horror comics with the throwback magazine, Doomed, among many other accomplishments. Three of IDW’s 2005 releases, Doomed, Smoke, and Heartbreakers Meet Boilerplate, recently received nominations for Eisner Awards, the industry’s top honor.

    “We are very proud to receive this award for the third year in a row,” said IDW’s President, Robbie Robbins. “In 2005, we had a very diverse publishing line, from licensed properties like CSI, 24, and Shaun of the Dead, creator-owned books like Easy Way, Night Mary, and our 30 Days of Night series, and art books like Swallow, and Sencilla Fanta. We have tried to service a wide range of fans and to get those fans into the comic book stores. Adding titles like The Transformers, Supermarket, and Ben Templesmith’s Wormwood Gentleman Corpse to that slate has me very optimistic about 2006 and beyond, too. Thanks once again to Diamond and comic retailers for this honor.”

    A complete list of the 2005 Gem Award winners is available on the inside back cover of the April issue of Diamond Dialogue, and a PDF of all the winners is available here:

    http://www.diamondcomics.com/Gem_Winners/2005_Gem_Award_Winners.pdf"

    Hasbro Issues Official Press Release Regarding Deal with Activision

    Transformers News: Hasbro Issues Official Press Release Regarding Deal with Activision
    Date: Monday, February 13th 2006 9:36am CST
    Categories: Live Action Movie News, Game News, Press Releases, Company News
    Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): TF @ The Moon and Gamesindustry.biz

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    Hasbro has been busy the last few days releasing press releases. First Activision announced they would be making a Transformers game for the upcoming movie, and now Hasbro has issued a press release regarding their deal with Activision. The press release confirms that Activision will indeed be creating a new game for the movie. This is the first time Hasbro has confirmed the deal officially. Here is some of what the article had to say:

    "Hasbro Properties Group, the intellectual property development arm of Hasbro, Inc. (NYSE: HAS) and Activision, Inc, (NASDAQ: ATVI), a leading publisher of interactive entertainment software products, announced today a license that grants Activision the global rights, excluding Japan, to develop console, handheld and PC games based on Hasbro's renowned TRANSFORMERS brand. The first game will be tied to the much-anticipated July 4, 2007 movie release of the live action TRANSFORMERS film from DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures."

    Click here to read the full article.

    Hasbro Press Release About Titanium Series

    Transformers News: Hasbro Press Release About Titanium Series
    Date: Saturday, February 11th 2006 4:53pm CST
    Categories: Toy News, Press Releases
    Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Hasbro.com

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    Hasbro has released yet another press release this week. This time around it deals with all their Titanium series. Here is what the press release had to say in regards to the Transformers Titanium series:

    "Throughout the year, the TITANIUM SERIES universe will continue to expand with the addition of vehicles and figures from TRANSFORMERS and Battlestar Galactica: The expansions will feature the following:



    TITANIUM SERIES die-cast collectibles, to be introduced in July 2006, will include a variety of unique 3” robots as well as fully changeable 6” robots. Each one comes with a display base."


    Click here to read the whole press release.

    Dreamworks press release regarding Comic-Con International

    Transformers News: Dreamworks press release regarding Comic-Con International
    Date: Thursday, June 30th 2005 10:53am CDT
    Categories: Live Action Movie News, Event News, Press Releases
    Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): Google News, Animated-News.com

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    Official Press Release:

    DreamWorks will be treating thousands of fans to a preview of what is coming up from the studio at this year's Comic-Con International, being held from July 13-17 in San Diego, CA. Those who come by the DreamWorks booth (#3729) will have an opportunity to be among the first to attend exclusive advance screenings of two of DreamWorks' big live-action summer releases. They will also see, firsthand, some exciting behind-the-scenes props and sets, including one big surprise, yet to be announced.


    Here is some of what awaits fans visiting the DreamWorks booth at Comic-Con International:

    * Free passes to a special advance screening of Michael Bay's new futuristic action thriller The Island.

    * Free tickets to the first public screening of Wes Craven's new suspense thriller Red Eye.

    * Exclusive footage from some of the new animated features coming from DreamWorks Animation, including Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, Over the Hedge, and Flushed Away.

    * Fun giveaways from several of our upcoming films, including the Japanese cult hit Casshern.

    Fans will also get a glimpse behind-the-scenes at a variety of props and actual sets from DreamWorks' upcoming slate, including:

    * The real movie sets used to create DreamWorks' and Aardman's clay-animated feature Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, together with concept art by Wallace & Gromit creator and director Nick Park.

    * Character maquettes and conceptual artwork from the computer-animated comedy Over the Hedge.

    * A full-sized flying motorcycle, called the Wasp, which is featured in an explosive action sequence in Michael Bay's new action thriller The Island.

    In addition, it has recently been announced that DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures, in association with Hasbro, Inc., will produce a new live-action motion picture based on the globally popular Transformers. Fans at Comic-Con will actually participate in the launch of the movie's website, and will be treated to a few surprises to kick off the film's promotional campaign. Transformers is being produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura (Constantine), Don Murphy (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen) and Tom DeSanto (X-Men and X2: X-Men United), with Steven Spielberg (War of the Worlds) executive producing.

    Opening nationwide on July 22, The Island stars Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson as Lincoln Six-Echo and Jordan Two-Delta, two residents of a seemingly utopian but contained facility in the mid-21st century. Like all of the inhabitants of this carefully controlled environment, Lincoln and Jordan hope to be chosen to go to the "The Island" - reportedly the last uncontaminated spot on the planet - until they learn that everything about their existence is a lie and that they are actually more valuable dead than alive. Michael Bay directed The Island from a screenplay by Caspian Tredwell-Owen and Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci, from a story by Tredwell-Owen.

    A suspense thriller at 30,000 feet, Red Eye opens nationwide on August 19. Lisa Reisert (Rachel McAdams) hates to fly, but the terror that awaits her on the night flight to Miami has nothing to do with a fear of flying. Moments after takeoff, her seatmate, Jackson (Cillian Murphy), menacingly reveals the real reason he's on board: He is an operative in a plot to assassinate the Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security and Lisa is the key to its success. Red Eye was directed by Wes Craven from a screenplay by Carl Ellsworth, from a story by Ellsworth and Dan Foos.

    Opening nationwide on October 7, Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is the first feature-length film featuring the beloved characters from Aardman's Academy Award®-winning shorts in a brand new comedy adventure. Nick Park, the creator of Wallace & Gromit, directed the film with Steve Box.

    An action-packed sci-fi thriller, Kazuaki Kiriya's Casshern blends Japanimation and manga-inspired live action resulting a new kind of hybrid filmmaking that is both visually stunning and thought-provoking. The story takes place late in the 21st century, following a half century of war that has left the planet ravaged and the entire human race dispirited and exhausted. A geneticist brings hope in the form of a "neo-cell," which can rejuvenate human parts with no risk of rejection, but nature interferes with science to create a new menace that forces the entire human race to fight an ultimate war against its own extinction. DreamWorks will release the Japanese hit under the banner of its specialty film division, Go Fish Pictures.

    Bruce Willis and Garry Shandling head up the all-star voice cast of the computer-animated comedy Over the Hedge, based on the popular comic strip by Michael Fry and T Lewis. When a group of woodland creatures find a suburban housing development encroaching on their forest home, they become unlikely allies as they learn to co-exist with - and even exploit - this strange new world called suburbia. Over the Hedge is slated for release by DreamWorks Animation in Summer 2006.

    Flushed Away is a computer-animated comedy adventure set on and beneath the streets of London, starring the voices of Hugh Jackman and Kate Winslet. Roddy (Jackman) is an upper-crust "society rat," who is rather rudely evicted from his Kensington flat when he is flushed down into Ratropolis, the bustling sewer world under London's streets. There, he meets Rita (Winslet), an enterprising scavenger. Though completely out of his element at first, the privileged Roddy finds himself an unlikely hero when he learns that Ratropolis is in danger from the world above. From DreamWorks Animation and Aardman, Flushed Away is scheduled for release in Fall 2006.

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    DreamWorks Animation SKG (NYSE-DWA) is devoted to producing high-quality family entertainment through the use of computer-generated (CG) animation. Utilizing world-class creative talent and state-of-the-art technological capabilities, the company is committed to making two computer-animated feature films a year that appeal to a broad movie-going audience.

    DreamWorks SKG was formed in October, 1994, by its three principal partners - Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen - to produce live-action motion pictures; animated feature films; network and cable television programming; home video entertainment; records; books; toys; and consumer products.


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  • The Deal Is Done! IDW, New Licenceholder of Transformers Comics!

    Transformers News: The Deal Is Done! IDW, New Licenceholder of Transformers Comics!
    Date: Thursday, May 19th 2005 8:59am CDT
    Categories: Comic Book News, Press Releases, Company News, Collector's Club News
    Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.transformersclub.com

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    The Official Transformers Club has made it official. In an official press release, Hasbro announces that IDW Publishing will be releasing new comics for the Transformers brand. The follow is a direct quote from the press release;

    PAWTUCKET, R.I. (May 19, 2005) – The Hasbro Properties Group (HPG), the intellectual property development arm of Hasbro, Inc. (NYSE: HAS), intends to license its popular TRANSFORMERS brand to IDW Publishing for the introduction of a new line of TRANSFORMERS comic books. Adding to the successful TRANSFORMERS comic book library that currently includes more than 30 titles, IDW will re-launch a much-anticipated new line of TRANSFORMERS comics. The first comic, a special introductory “0” issue, would debut in October 2005. The next comic in the series would debut in January 2006. The comic books are expected to include the classic Generation One (G1) storyline, as well as new plotlines and new series, and would be distributed to a wider audience through comic book outlets, trade bookstores and mass retailers.

    “This year, the TRANSFORMERS property will gain greater exposure among both core supporters and new fans of the brand, as the comics are distributed at mass market for the first time,” said Tom Klusaritz, vice-president of global publishing for the Hasbro Properties Group. “We’re excited that IDW plans to publish the TRANSFORMERS comics, as well as expand upon the storyline by utilizing the best TRANSFORMERS writers and illustrators globally.”

    IDW Publishing, the publishing arm of Idea and Design Works, LLC, is the comic book licensee of several popular shows, such as CSI (CBS), 24 (FOX), and ANGEL (Fox). IDW is also home to successful adaptations of comics based on the Konami videogames Metal Gear Solid and Castlevania, and movie adaptations from Dawn of the Dead to Shaun of the Dead. In both 2004 and 2005, they were awarded Diamond Comics’ Gem Award for “Publisher of the Year.” For the TRANSFORMERS series, IDW plans on using a mix of well-known and up-and-coming illustrators, inkers and writers to bring the property to new heights.

    “The TRANSFORMERS brand is a great addition to IDW’s line of licensed comic books, and we look forward to expanding on an extremely successful property and returning TRANSFORMERS comics to a still-anxious marketplace,” said Ted Adams, President/Publisher of IDW Publishing.

    The first TRANSFORMERS comic books were introduced to fans of the toy line more than two decades ago. In 2002, HPG re-launched the TRANSFORMERS comic book series.


    MORE ABOUT TRANSFORMERS LICENSES IN 2005
    TRANSFORMERS, a favorite among kids and collectors alike, has much to celebrate in 2005, starting with the brand’s leap to the big screen for its first, worldwide live-action film, slated for release in fall 2006. DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures will develop the movie, with Steven Spielberg as Executive Producer. The film will bridge all aspects of the TRANSFORMERS brand, from toys to licensed merchandise.

    In addition to the pending IDW arrangement, TRANSFORMERS will be available in Readers Digest hard books and chapter books, as well as a series of Dorling Kindersley children’s books available in the United States. Fans in Europe can enjoy TRANSFORMERS books from Egmont, Red Bird, Titan, Edigamma and Panini.

    The TRANSFORMERS brand will continue to expand in 2005 as Paramount Home Entertainment releases three DVDs. The first two, released in February, are “Transformers: Omega Supreme” and “Transformers: Shockblast Unleashed!.” The third DVD, yet untitled, will be released in September.


    ABOUT IDW PUBLISHING

    IDW PUBLISHING is a division of Idea + Design Works, LLC, a revolutionary creative service company with a wide range of clients. Among their best-selling titles are CBS’s CSI: Crime Scene Investigation; Konami’s Metal Gear Solid; and GrimJack: Killer Instinct. IDW has films in development at Sony Pictures, Dimension Films, and Paramount Pictures.


    ABOUT THE HASBRO PROPERTIES GROUP

    The Hasbro Properties Group (HPG), the intellectual property development arm of Hasbro, Inc., (NYSE:HAS), translates one of the industry’s richest portfolios of brands into a world of fun and excitement for children and adults globally. Through a host of publishing, lifestyle and entertainment platforms, HPG is able to surround fans worldwide with consumer products that expand Hasbro’s core brands, such as G.I. JOE, TRANSFORMERS, MY LITTLE PONY, DUEL MASTERS, MONOPOLY and CANDY LAND, beyond the toy and game aisle, creating rich lifestyle experiences.

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