Steve Aoki models a shirt from his Dim Mak x Dragon Ball Z collection | Source: Dim Mak

Ahead of Licensing Expo later this month, anime studio Toei Animation and its U.S. agent, Crunchyroll, have released details about the Dragon Ball licensing program — And there is a LOT to for fans to look forward to.

According to this update, the popular anime has *18* new licensing partners that have signed on over the past 14 months to create products for Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball Super, and Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero (the film scheduled for release this summer).


This new slate of merch includes apparel from Bioworld, Hypland, Dim Mak, and NTD; a limited-edition Dragon Ball Super footwear collection from FILA; Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z 1:4-scale resin statues from Oniri Creations; Dragon Ball Z Uno from Mattel; Dragon Ball Z collectible plush from Youtooz; Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero home goods from Just Funky; stationery from Trends International and Insight Editions; gifts and novelties from Monogram International; Dragon Ball Z PALO-O pillows and candy from Surreal Entertainment; a collection of Dragon Ball Z Hallmark ornaments; and tech accessories from RhinoShield.

Some of these collections have launched in recent months, while others will be available soon.

In addition to these new partners, Dragon Ball will continue to partner with companies including Party City, Figpin, and Uncanny Brands.