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4Kids and P&R roar with Dinosaur King
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4Kids and P&R roar with Dinosaur King


4Kids and P&R roar with Dinosaur King

There might still be a messy legal battle with Yu-Gi-Oh!, not to mention the whole filing for bankruptcy thing, but 4Kids is still kicking! To prove there’s still some might in their step, the company recently signed a deal with P & R to spread the fun of Dinosaur King around the world. The deal includes a number of Dinosaur King branded products, from stickers to books to candy and chips. The roll out of items will begin later this year, as the new season starts up on 4Kids’ Toonzai. While most of the products will be heading to Asia and Eastern European locations, there are rumors of a new toyline developing for the North American region afterward. How many Dinosaur King fans are here?


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