DST Enlists Mouse Guard Collectibles

by Jay Cochran
January 22, 2007
Put your pant legs in your boots because the mice from David Petersenís MOUSE GUARD are coming courtesy of Diamond Select Toys and ASP Comics! The licensing agreement will see the release of collectibles based on the popular characters from the best-selling comic book series, including the heroic Saxon, Kenzie, Lieam, and Sadie!

This new line of collectibles will feature a wide range of products sure to thrill fans both young and old. More details and samples of this upcoming line will be available at the International Toy Fair, held this February.

The seemingly innocent story behind this critically-acclaimed comic features a group of mice sick of merely surviving in a harsh world. After having joined forces to create the Mouse Guard, a new series of problems threaten to destroy their very way of life. Everything from dangerous predators to food shortages and even traitors in their midst have the potential to destroy this now thriving race.

Will the Mouse Guard prevail? Stand up, be a mouse and join the Mouse Guard today!


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