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Toylines
Toylines (alphabetical order)
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2005)
WCW 9 inch Dolls (1999)
WCW Boxed Sets (1999)
WCW Brawlin' Bikers (1999)
WCW Bruisers (1999)
WCW Grip'n Flip Wrestlers (1999)
WCW Gross-out Wrestlers (2000)
WCW nWo (1999)
WCW Power Slam (2000)
WCW Ring Fighters (1999)
WCW Ring Masters (1999)
WCW Rings and Playsets (1999)
WCW Road Wild Wrestlers (1999)
WCW Rumble N' Roar Wrestlers (1999)
WCW Slam'n Crunch Wrestlers (1999)
WCW Smash 'n Slam (1999)
WCW Thunder Slam (1999)
WCW TNT (T-shirts & Tattoos) (2001)
WCW TUFF Talkin' Wrestlers (1999)
WCW Unleashed (2001)
Toylines (chronological order)
1999 WCW 9 inch Dolls
1999 WCW Boxed Sets
1999 WCW Brawlin' Bikers
1999 WCW Bruisers
1999 WCW Grip'n Flip Wrestlers
1999 WCW nWo
1999 WCW Ring Fighters
1999 WCW Ring Masters
1999 WCW Rings and Playsets
1999 WCW Road Wild Wrestlers
1999 WCW Rumble N' Roar Wrestlers
1999 WCW Slam'n Crunch Wrestlers
1999 WCW Smash 'n Slam
1999 WCW Thunder Slam
1999 WCW TUFF Talkin' Wrestlers
2000 WCW Gross-out Wrestlers
2000 WCW Power Slam
2001 WCW TNT (T-shirts & Tattoos)
2001 WCW Unleashed
2005 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
Company history
About Toy Biz.WCW    
In 1987 Steven Lebensfeld co-founded Toy Biz with associates from HG Toys. Within a year of its start, Toy Biz held the exclusive license for action figures based on characters from Marvel comics and DC Comics, including Batman, Spiderman and Superman. ``We were instantly the largest action figure company in the market. It was unbelievable,'' said Lebensfeld, who came up with the idea for the comic book figures after seeing a void in the market. ``Here we were, a little company doing about $4 million in sales a year when we get this incredible license. Today, those licenses bring in $300 million to $400 million in sales a year. In 1990, the thriving Toy Biz was bought by an mogul Ron Perelman - who had acquired the Marvel Entertainment Group in January of 1989. April 1993: Perelman cut an unusual deal with Ike Perlmutter and Avi Arad, two Israeli immigrants who run Toy Biz. They got a perpetual license to make toys based on Marvel characters (4700 characters!) without paying any royalties; and Marvel got 46% of highly profitable Toy Biz. Toy Biz, now a division of Marvel Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE: MVL), one of the world's most prominent character-based entertainment companies.
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