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Heathside Trading secures deal with Toho International

Heathside Trading has secured a deal with Toho International to become a licensee for Godzilla.

The new agreement was brokered by Rocket Licensing and KJG.

The Godzilla collection – which will launch in spring 2024 at retail and direct to consumer through – will include 3D keychains, squishes, mini stickers and slime based on the Godzilla library.

“We are so thrilled to be working with Toho International and Rocket on this series of pop culture and gifting products,” commented Heathside Trading’s Darren Epstein. “As big fans of the films and TV series, we are excited to offer new ranges of product under our Khadou brand.”

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