TITAN MERCHANDISE ANNOUNCE THEIR FIRST YELLOW SUBMARINE TITANS RELEASES FOR 2019!
AND OUR FRIENDS
ARE ALL ON BOARD!
Titan Merchandise are proud to set sail for the sea of green once more and release their first 2019 releases from their ongoing deal with Apple Corps Ltd to produce TITANS vinyl collectibles based upon The Beatles’ ultra-psychedelic cartoon classic, Yellow Submarine!
The deal was brokered by Bravado International, The Beatles’ North American licensing agent.
Hot on the heels of their sold-out 3” Fab Four-Pack and their sold-out 6.5” Broaching Yellow Submarine, Titan are debuting THREE new Yellow Submarine TITANS releases in April 2019!
The Fab Four themselves appear for the first time as 4.5” full-color window-boxed TITANS, sporting their classic movie look – and this time, they’re accompanied by a 4.5” full-color window-boxed Blue Meanie!
One of Titan’s most popular submarine variants, the Smiley Yellow Submarine, makes its debut as a psychedelic 6.5” window-boxed TITAN and, last but not least, the Fab Four sail back into another 3” window-boxed TITANS Fab Four-Pack… but this time they’re wearing their iconic Yellow Submarine outfits with extra brain-expanding GLOW-IN-THE-DARK effects!
Andrew Sumner, EVP of Titan Merchandise, said: “The response to our Yellow Submarine TITANS is the fab/gear gift that keeps on giving. I couldn’t be happier with the continuing support we’ve had from both Apple Corps and Beatles fans all over the world. Our latest Yellow Submarine TITANS releases are a color-saturated celebration of the greatest band in the world and I can’t wait to share them with my fellow Beatlemaniacs!”
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