History GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff / Toys

3rd Feb '18 2:25:40 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' is quite popular in Japan, to the point of Creator/{{Mattel}} producing {{animesque}} flash shorts of it only available there.

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* ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' ''Toys/MonsterHigh'' is quite popular in Japan, to the point of Creator/{{Mattel}} producing {{animesque}} flash shorts of it only available there.
14th Nov '17 8:28:23 AM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* Hasbro loves to Spoil China and Canada with Kre-O.

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* Hasbro loves to Spoil spoil China and Canada with Kre-O.


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* The European ''Toys/GoGosCrazyBones'' toys were the top gift for children aged 6 to 8 in, of all countries, South Africa, according to one of the country's newspapers in December 2009.
12th Oct '17 4:49:24 PM avon
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* Mego's {{Micronauts}} remained popular in Italy for a few years after their all too brief popularity in America. Known over there as "I Micronauti", their run of the toyline included several figures that were not part of the American line, especially the Magno-figures such as King Atlas, Green Baron, Red Falcon, and Emperor Megas.
4th Sep '17 9:31:56 AM Vrahno
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* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'' and some other Franchise/{{LEGO}} action figures have historically been successful the world over. But around the early-to-mid 2010s, most of the popularity of such lines seemed to come from Europe and Russia. ''Toys/{{Bionicle 2015}}'' got exclusive polybag promos and a two-issue magazine containing bonus models in these areas, and as alleged by fans, the toys seemed to sell well enough, whereas in America they got put on clearance almost immediately after release (even though American toy prices are in general way lower to begin with). The final ''Bionicle'' wave also saw a limited release in the States and no release at all in the Asian-Pacific region, but they were released as normal in Europe.

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* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'' and some other Franchise/{{LEGO}} action figures have historically been successful the world over. But around the early-to-mid 2010s, most of the popularity of such lines seemed to come from Europe and Russia. :
** European publishing company Ameet released exclusive ''Bionicle'' magazines and books in several countries while the American book series from Scholastic were failing. Two expansive guidebooks also came out, both of much higher quality than most of Scholastic's output. And the last ''Bionicle'' novel was only published in Poland, while the rest of the world had to settle for getting the chapters online. This is especially notable since the franchise's books [[NoExportForYou barely reached Europe for the most part]].
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''Toys/{{Bionicle 2015}}'' got exclusive polybag promos and a two-issue magazine containing bonus models in these areas, and as alleged by fans, the toys seemed to sell well enough, whereas in America they got put on clearance almost immediately after release (even though American toy prices are in general way lower to begin with). The final ''Bionicle'' wave also saw a limited release in the States and no release at all in the Asian-Pacific region, but they were released as normal in Europe.Europe.
** Searching for ''Bionicle'' on Website/YouTube also reveals an inordinate number of videos come from Russian fans.
21st Mar '17 1:10:46 PM LegoLover58
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* Hasbro loves to Spoil China and Canada with Kre-O.
28th Feb '17 7:18:09 PM LegitimateIdiot
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* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'' and some other Toys/{{LEGO}} action figures have historically been successful the world over. But around the early-to-mid 2010s, most of the popularity of such lines seemed to come from Europe and Russia. ''Toys/{{Bionicle 2015}}'' got exclusive polybag promos and a two-issue magazine containing bonus models in these areas, and as alleged by fans, the toys seemed to sell well enough, whereas in America they got put on clearance almost immediately after release (even though American toy prices are in general way lower to begin with). The final ''Bionicle'' wave also saw a limited release in the States and no release at all in the Asian-Pacific region, but they were released as normal in Europe.

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* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'' and some other Toys/{{LEGO}} Franchise/{{LEGO}} action figures have historically been successful the world over. But around the early-to-mid 2010s, most of the popularity of such lines seemed to come from Europe and Russia. ''Toys/{{Bionicle 2015}}'' got exclusive polybag promos and a two-issue magazine containing bonus models in these areas, and as alleged by fans, the toys seemed to sell well enough, whereas in America they got put on clearance almost immediately after release (even though American toy prices are in general way lower to begin with). The final ''Bionicle'' wave also saw a limited release in the States and no release at all in the Asian-Pacific region, but they were released as normal in Europe.
15th Nov '16 8:13:36 PM Monolaf317
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* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'' and some other Toys/{{LEGO}} action figures have historically been successful the world over. But around the early-to-mid 2010s, most of the popularity of such lines seemed to come from Europe and Russia. ''Toys/{{Bionicle 2015}}'' got exclusive polybag promos and a two-issue magazine containing bonus models in these areas, and as alleged by fans, the toys seemed to sell well enough, whereas in America they got put on clearance almost immediately after release (even though American toy prices are in general way lower to begin with). The final ''Bionicle'' wave also saw a limited release in the States and no release at all in the Asian-Pacific region, but they were released as normal in Europe.

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* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'' and some other Toys/{{LEGO}} action figures have historically been successful the world over. But around the early-to-mid 2010s, most of the popularity of such lines seemed to come from Europe and Russia. ''Toys/{{Bionicle 2015}}'' got exclusive polybag promos and a two-issue magazine containing bonus models in these areas, and as alleged by fans, the toys seemed to sell well enough, whereas in America they got put on clearance almost immediately after release (even though American toy prices are in general way lower to begin with). The final ''Bionicle'' wave also saw a limited release in the States and no release at all in the Asian-Pacific region, but they were released as normal in Europe.Europe.
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9th Oct '16 9:36:08 AM Vrahno
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* While it's met with mild success in the US the ''{{Franchise/Lalaloopsy}}'' dolls are quite popular in Japan. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktNgEe067fk/ in fact there's even a television report dedicated to them]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAhKpLTvrIM/ as well as an entire video featuring Japanese fans on the official YouTube page.]]

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* While it's met with mild success in the US the ''{{Franchise/Lalaloopsy}}'' dolls are quite popular in Japan. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktNgEe067fk/ in fact there's even a television report dedicated to them]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAhKpLTvrIM/ as well as an entire video featuring Japanese fans on the official YouTube page.]]]]
* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'' and some other Toys/{{LEGO}} action figures have historically been successful the world over. But around the early-to-mid 2010s, most of the popularity of such lines seemed to come from Europe and Russia. ''Toys/{{Bionicle 2015}}'' got exclusive polybag promos and a two-issue magazine containing bonus models in these areas, and as alleged by fans, the toys seemed to sell well enough, whereas in America they got put on clearance almost immediately after release (even though American toy prices are in general way lower to begin with). The final ''Bionicle'' wave also saw a limited release in the States and no release at all in the Asian-Pacific region, but they were released as normal in Europe.
1st Jul '16 4:08:18 AM StFan
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* The second generation of ''MyLittlePony'' was a huge bomb in most countries and is widely considered the DorkAge by fans. It lasted only one year in all countries except several European ones, where it lasted ''six'' years. Naturally, most of the generation's fans come from Europe.

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* The second generation of ''MyLittlePony'' ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' was a huge bomb in most countries and is widely considered the DorkAge by fans. It lasted only one year in all countries except several European ones, where it lasted ''six'' years. Naturally, most of the generation's fans come from Europe.



* ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' is quite popular in Japan, to the point of {{Mattel}} producing {{animesque}} flash shorts of it only available there.

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* ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' is quite popular in Japan, to the point of {{Mattel}} Creator/{{Mattel}} producing {{animesque}} flash shorts of it only available there.
4th Mar '16 6:33:02 PM T-mack78
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* ''{{Franchise/Myscene}}'' dolls are still being sold in Canada and Mexico despite being removed from store shelves in the US in 2010.

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* ''{{Franchise/Myscene}}'' dolls are still being sold in Canada and Mexico despite being removed from store shelves in the US in 2010.2010.
* While it's met with mild success in the US the ''{{Franchise/Lalaloopsy}}'' dolls are quite popular in Japan. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktNgEe067fk/ in fact there's even a television report dedicated to them]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAhKpLTvrIM/ as well as an entire video featuring Japanese fans on the official YouTube page.]]
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