Network staffer SilverOptimus has popped by with some news on US Patent and Trademark Office filings by Hasbro. He’s spotted updates on Inhumanoids, Micro Machines and Stretch Armstrong. I’ll let him take it from here:
Hasbro has applied for some several new trademarks throughout the past two weeks. Well, when I say “new”, they are technically not new at all.
First on the list is Stretch Armstrong:
You may remember back in 2011, this very site reported that Hasbro has applied for a new Stretch Armstrong toy trademark. It is only now that we find out exactly why (in case you are wondering it took Airachnid three years to go from a Trademark to a Cartoon Character). Yes, it is for a Cartoon or a Movie. In fact we have the name for it as well…
ARMSTRONG AND THE FLEX FIGHTERS
Link to USPTO.
Second is Micro Machines.
Sister Site Hisstank reported previously that Hasbro has applied for a new Toy Trademark titled Micro Machines. Today we found out that it is specifically for an Animated Series.
Finally Inhumanoids. But technically not in that name. Hasbro has applied for a new Toy Trademark titled Primordia.Back in 2011 we found out that Inhumanoids has been rebranded to Primordia.
So, here’s the new Trademark for the Primordia toyline.