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New Entertainment Licence For Half Moon Bay

Half Moon Bay has added DC Comic’s Harley Quinn to its portfolio of entertainment licenses this Spring/Summer 2020. The collection features iconic artwork which the company says will be instantly recognisable to any DC Comics or Harley Quinn fan.

Formats include a range of mug styles, glassware, a notebook, backpack and accessories, adorned with iconic images of Harley Quinn herself and fun phrases.

“Our Harley Quinn range encapsulates the vibrant nature of Harley Quinn with popular formats returning for this launch, including a Harley Quinn shaped mug which brings the character to life along with her infamous bunches hairstyle” says Half Moon Bay’s head of licensing and business development Iain Wakefield.

Half Moon Bay will be extending their Warner Brothers partnership further in 2020 with the addition of new licenses that include The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Both licenses will be showcased for the first time at Spring Fair (stand 4E60 – F61).

 

Top: The new Harley Quinn collection from Half Moon Bay.

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