Reemsborko partners with TMS Entertainment to bring anime’s Lupin the Third to licensing

Published on: 22nd July 2020

Reemsborko, the pop culture and anime licensing specialist has partnered with TMS Entertainment to represent the classic anime property, Lupin the Third in the consumer products space. Under the deal, Reemsborko will embark on a licensing programme for the European market.

A classic in the anime market, Lupin the Third was created in 1967 by the manga artist Kazuhiko Kato (under the pen name Monkey Punch) and has spawned a multi-media franchise encompassing six animated TV series, seven full length animated films, two live action films, multiple music albums and soundtracks, stage musicals, and video games.

Lupin the Third follows the story of the grandson of the fictional Arsène Lupin, the original gentleman thief, and one of the most famous and wanted crooks in the world. A ruthless criminal with a sense of humour, Lupin is constantly pursued by Interpol’s Zenigata and often accompanied by a group of not-so-faithful accomplices as he attempts some of the most outrageous thefts of all time, or deals with the many, many people holding a grudge against him.

The animé series have been heavily rotated on Funimation and Cartoon Network while new content is still being produced. The first CGI feature film is due to be in cinemas worldwide later this year.

Max Arguile of Reemsborko, said: “It’s really great to be working with TMS, representing the best of Lupin the Third. This classic animé property is still delivering new content that will drive consumer products to the fans.”

Cinzia Mariani, Vice President at TMS Paris, added: “We are very excited at TMS to team up with Reemsborko to bring all the swagger and allure of the Lupin family to European fans old and new. Do keep an eye out for our gentleman thief.”



Heathside to relaunch Hero Collector Star Trek die cast

Be part of the June licensing special issue of Toy World

Acamar Films launches campaign in support of Golden Bear Rainybow Bing

New My Little Pony series set for Netflix launch

Ashley Graham to host Barbie Dreamhouse Challenge

Licensing Horizons conference hailed a success

Cooneen signs deal with Toikido for Pinata Smashlings

Ashmolean Museum refreshes range with licensing partner Surface View

Poetic Brands and Brand Collective form partnership

Lego celebrates 75th anniversary of Land Rover