Cartoon characters have always found a way to our hearts. Those adorable-looking, endearing animated creatures descend by means of a writer’s sharp wit, a figment of crazy imagination, and then a creative doodle or a detailed illustration brings to life our beloved characters. So, when kids grab hold of a merchandise featuring their favourite toon, they become proud owners (no licensing needed here) of that hero, too.
And to revamp this amazing art of storytelling, pretend-play Pramara has partnered with Turner International. This is an endeavour to strengthen the Cartoon Network portfolio in India in the consumer promotions space.
Cartoon Network has under its umbrella exciting properties like Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo, Dexter, We Bare Bears, Roll No. 21 among others.
With merchandise like pop patches, character bag tags, pencil topper, lenticular cards all featuring your favourite toons, Pramara has cemented its space in the promotional merchandising arena. Its latest range of promotional products including utility products, toys, puzzles, stationery, collectibles, is a sure-shot hit with kids and adults. Now, you can own Grizzly, Ice Bear and Panda character spoons from We Bare Bear, plus there are stacked up figurines too.
Know your characters from Cartoon Network
The Powerpuff Girls: Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, the firebrand crusaders who have forever saved the city of Townsville from countless villains.
Ben 10: Donning an alien watch, the Omnitrix, Ben transforms into one of the 10 stunningly powerful and spectacular aliens.
Dexter: A prodigy, an inventor, Dexter loves to work secretly in his hidden laboratory. His major distraction is his older sister Dee Dee. He inadvertently gets in fight with her when she almost ruins his lab experiments.
We Bare Bears: How would animals assimilate in a human world? We Bare Bears presents a tale of Grizzly, Panda and Ice Bear, the three bear siblings their ways of mingling with the humans in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Roll No 21: A new world twist to the mythological tale of rivalry between Krishna and Kansa, the witty animated series found many fans in India. The plot surrounds a fictional school and students.
Johnny Bravo: This show has propped up quite a many pop culture reference. The titular character, the brawn Bravo’s attempts at getting dates, lands him in a soup, well, always.