IDW Publishing has renewed its licensing agreement with Hasbro, the companies announced.  The licensing relationship began 10 years ago, and kicked off with Transformers as the first property for which IDW published comics.

The agreement now covers Transformers, G.I. Joe, My Little Pony, Jem & the Holograms (coming in March, see "'Jem and the Holograms' Comic"), The Littlest Pet Shop and Dungeons & Dragons.  Products include comics, trade paperbacks, hardcovers, Micro Comic Fun Packs, IDW Limited collections, and more.

IDW CEO Ted Adams lauded Hasbro as a licensor.  "They remain an absolutely fantastic collaborator on every level," he said.  "After ten years in business together, it’s clear what a huge part of our success Hasbro has been."