Warhammer plush is on the way from Tomy International

Published on: 29th September 2023

Games Workshop has granted licensed rights to Tomy International to develop plush for the Warhammer franchise, offering fans a new way to show their fandom.

Tomy InternationalWarhammer will introduce a new line of plush in spring 2024 featuring Games Workshop’s Warhammer property. Utilising core characters from the popular miniatures game, Tomy will produce premium collectible plush for Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar.

With extensive diversity of content in the Warhammer franchise, including tabletop miniatures games, video games, and consumer products, Tomy will offer an additional way to engage fans and provide them with the characters they love.

Tomy has a rich history and expertise in creating high-quality plush, which will extend with the design of the Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar lines. Tomy will initially launch with four characters, and each plush will feature mixed materials, embroidered elements and printed details to accurately capture each character’s detail in plush form. The plush will range from 5″ to 6″ tall, and retail in the US for $16.99 RRP.

The spring line characters include:

  • Gnasha- Squig
  • Spanna Grot
  • Nurgling: Little Unclean One
  • Sacrosanct Gryph Hound

“We are honoured to be creating such incredibly detailed and intricate plush for the Warhammer franchise”, said Tiffany Good, senior brand manager at Tomy International. “Games Workshop has been a great partner to work with and we are excited to bring these characters to life for fans in the form of collectible plush.”


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