CacaoFurntiture TARDIS Cat Box

Cats Go Geek with CacaoFurniture’s Cat Houses

We all know cats love a cardboard box, right? Well, Bulgarian company CacaoFurniture has run with that in a big way and created a range of cardboard cat houses – some inspired by well known SF icons, including Doctor Who‘s TARDIS, Star Wars and, perhaps unsurprisingly, Hello Kitty. We have absolutely no idea is anyContinue reading Cats Go Geek with CacaoFurniture’s Cat Houses

2014 Top Toy Brands announced, most have have tie-in comics in the UK

  LIMA – the International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association – has just revealed the nation’s favourite licensed toy brands among British children, with LEGO and Barbie taking the top spots on boys’ and girls’ lists of the most favoured toy licences this year. The top brands are based on findings from a survey of 30,000Continue reading 2014 Top Toy Brands announced, most have have tie-in comics in the UK

Losers and Winners: Latest British News Stand Comic Sales revealed

There’s a mixed bag of results for British comics publishers in terms of reported sales for June – December 2013, based on figures released by the Audit Bureau of Circulations earlier today. As we’ve previously noted, many adventure titles such as 2000AD and Commando – and, most recently, Titan’s Star Wars: The Clone Wars comic, which no longer reports itsContinue reading Losers and Winners: Latest British News Stand Comic Sales revealed

Hello Kitty, DC Comics Superhero

“Hello Kitty” goes super-powered…

It’s a crossover you perhaps never expected to see, but Warner Bros Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have just revealed the first full character creative artwork for the brand collaboration between Hello Kitty and DC Comics Super Heroes. The collaboration between Sanrio and DC Comics, first announced back in June, aims to join together theContinue reading “Hello Kitty” goes super-powered…

Hello Kitty magazine storms supermarket shelves

Egmont UK’s new Hello Kitty title looks set to be another hit for the company, with blanket distribution for the new monthly title across UK supermarkets. Launched earlier this month, sales of the 36-page, £2.99 title aimed at five to eight year-old girls appear to be brisk. Egmont Publishing Group secured a deal with HelloContinue reading Hello Kitty magazine storms supermarket shelves