Toy Network to distribute Crack and Bonky in US and Canada

MUMBAI: Adness Entertainment has signed Toy Network, a division of Manley Toys, as the amusement plush licensee for its Crack and Bonky franchise. The merchandise will be introduced at amusement parks and in crane machines throughout US and Canada.

A manufacture and distributer of amusement plush, Toy Network will launch the Crack and Bonky line throughout amusement theme parks and crane machines in retail stores and other locations starting first quarter of next year.

The new Crack and Bonky plush will be offered in different sizes for both characters. Additionally, a variety of the images the brand has in its art library will be adapted into editions of the plush appropriate to seasons, special events, sports and more.

Originating from Mexico, Crack and Bonky follows the adventures of the duo, who are friends from another dimension called Limbo.

The Latin American property first became wildly popular from its quirky downloadable animations and wallpapers for cellular phones. The current cellular content home for Crack and Bonky is the website of Mexico’s TV station and media giant, Televisa.

Crack and Bonky has since its inception quickly grown to penetrate a wide variety of categories including apparel, accessories, toys, school and office supplies, plush, party supplies, confectionary and others.

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