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A daily look back at the toys, games, and objects that captured our attention as children and continue to fascinate us today.

Batman Unburied

Batman Unburied is an original audio serial drama featuring characters from the Batman universe.

Collector Spotlight: Marcus Jones

Marcus Jones collects Nickelodeon merchandise. In this edition of Collector Spotlight, Marcus talks about owning an irreplaceable piece of the brand’s history and the value of connecting with other Nickelodeon fans through his popular YouTube channel, Comfort Cartoons.

Hangman from Milton Bradley (1976)

Released in 1976, Milton Bradley’s version of the classic word-guessing game, Hangman, featured Vincent Price on the box cover in an Old West setting, complete with a cowboy hat, gallows, and Hangman’s noose.

The Friday Five: Mariah Hughes

Mariah Hughes is the marketing coordinator at the National Corvette Museum. In this edition of The Friday Five, she reveals details of the highly anticipated Hot Wheels: Race to Win exhibit and shares why she thinks society is obsessed with high-performance cars.

Twilight Zone Board Game

Ideal Toy Company released The Twilight Zone Game in 1964, a board game based on the classic Rod Serling television series.

Where’s the Fun From? – Pet Rock Edition

In this installment from his YouTube series, Where’s the Fun From?, Guest Contributor Tim Walsh discusses how a copy writer named Gary Dahl found the perfect timing and turn of phrase to turn the Pet Rock into “the fastest-selling and most publicized novelty gift product in retailing history.”