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DC inspired Fidget Cube range on the way

Toy company ZURU teams with WBCP for launch of new collection.

Toy and consumer products company ZURU has joined forces with Warner Bros. Consumer Products (on behalf of DC Entertainment) to launch a new collection of DC-inspired Fidget Cubes.

The new collection – from Antsy Labs – will arrive in November and are themed with Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman logos and colourways.

Renee Lee, global marketing manager at ZURU, commented: “Our commitment to the Fidget Cube is the driving force behind our partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and we are proud of this quality new DC collection – a must-have for super hero fans everywhere.”

The Fidget Cube is a six-sided desk toy which comes with an array of features including five clicker buttons, a switch to flick up and down and a gliding action side.

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