Books & Magazines

Reviews of publications that cover toy history, pop culture, collecting, and more.

Wizard

Frank Miller infamously referred to Wizard as a “bible written by satan”. Needless to say, Wizard magazine had its share of both critics and fans.
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ToyNews

ToyNews is a resource that no toy-industry insider should be without.
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PLOK

After a lengthy absence, Plok has been reintroduced in a comic strip that is sure to please fans of the classic Nintendo video game.
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Game Trade Magazine

Game Trade Magazine (GTM) serves as a go-to resource for game reviews, exclusive sneak-peeks, giveaways, and information about upcoming releases.
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Bleeding Cool Magazine

The world has never seen anything quite like Bleeding Cool Magazine, a print comic book magazine showcasing some of the most incredible illustrations you will ever see.
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Cheap Laffs: The Art of the Novelty Item

If you enjoy the harmless pranksterism of silly things like joy buzzers, whoopie cushions, fake dog poop, or snake nut cans, Cheap Laffs: The Art of the Novelty Item will be right up your alley.
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Curious George: 75 Years of Boundless Curiosity

As Curious George celebrates 75 years of mischievousness, let’s take a slightly cheeky look back at the seven “Original Adventures” written by creators Hans Augusto Rey and Margret Rey that made this little monkey a household name.
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