My average ideas on how to handle Hasbro's IPs:
Littlest Pet Shop -
Story - Their caretaker collects rare antique doorknobs. The pets use said doorknobs with any average door to open portals to different worlds which they explore. No human parts for the story.
World design - They're like the Secret Spy Dogs, they're undercover and have to keep the world safe without the humans realizing.
Technical aspects: Well proportioned bodies and voices just as good as Zoe Trent's singing voice.
Characterization - More aggressive charming personalities, e.g. when Zoe is singing she has a completely different personality from her normally retarded voiced one. A voice is a character's personality.
Medium to giant plushie pillow dolls with zippers which have goodies inside: a sealed box with a bottle of perfume(or deodorant) for that specific character, a guidebook, storybook, episode DVDs, and a very tiny MP4 device with theme songs, instrumental, voices, songs which can all be downloaded onto your phone or PC. Along anything else they can shove into that plushie.
Stick to releasing 2 episodes every month (every full moon)
Story - Hanazuki has to save the dreamworld, first starting off by saving all the moons from corruption by planting her trees and harvesting the juice.
There are 5 equally competent characters just like the titular character herself.
Thick outlines, more detailed eyes and less flat Flash-like designs.
Ways to handle plots - 20 minute structure, no morals, no annoying characters, but keep the flower from episode 4. Make inhabitants less retarded, even the minions from Despicable Me were more capable.
Outside the show: Short videos on how the colored trees and space fantasy world actually works.
A 3D action adventure video game similar to Colobot, but more expansive and more physics intensive.
Lithium battery-based toys. Gigantic world-theme piece sets for cheap.
Recreate the world of Hanazuki with glowing piece sets