Suckerman, Vintage Toy, Mattel

Suckerman from Mattel (1978)

Released by Mattel in 1978, Suckerman was a pliable vinyl toy that stuck to surfaces, providing opportunities for play and surprises around the house.

Vintage Godzilla Game Mattel

Godzilla Game from Mattel (1978)

Published by Mattel in 1978, the Godzilla Game infused playtime with chance and suspense as players anxiously awaited Godzilla’s attack.

Milton the Monster Milton Bradley

Milton the Monster from Milton Bradley (1966)

Published by Milton Bradley in 1966, Milton the Monster board game was based on the Hal Seeger-produced animated television series of the same name that ran for 26 episodes between 1965 and 1968.

Robert O'Connor Ghostbusters Collector

Robert O’Connor, Ghostbusters

Robert O’Connor collects Ghostbusters memorabilia. In this edition of Collector Spotlight, Robert shares some of the resources he relies on for documenting his collection and explains how his enthusiasm for Ghostbusters brings joy to those around him.

Aaron Wiley Halloween Retrospect

Aaron Wiley, Halloween Ephemera

Aaron Wiley collects vintage Halloween ephemera. In this edition of Collector Spotlight, Aaron explains how his passion for collecting motivated him to pursue a Master’s degree and discusses how the Seattle tech crash prompted him to seek out new sources of joy.

NECA Monsterizer toy

Monsterizer from NECA

NECA updates Remco’s memorable Monsterizer toy for a new generation of classic movie monster fans.

Lincoln Monsters Resurrects Dime Store Action Figures

A partnership between Plaid Stallions, White Elephant Toyz, and Absolutely Retro resurrects the Lincoln International brand of dime-store action figures through the newly established Lincoln Monsters line of collectibles.

The Creature from the Black Lagoon Mystery Game from Hasbro (1963)

Released in 1963 from Hasbro, The Creature from the Black Lagoon Mystery Game immersed players in a cardboard version of the murky habitat that was home to the same amphibious entity that frightened moviegoers in the 1954 movie.

Liam Robinson, Horror Collectibles

Liam Robinson collects horror movie memorabilia. In this edition of Collector Spotlight, Liam shares his approach to creating a one-of-a-kind collection and discloses the 1981 horror classic that unexpectedly introduced him to the genre.

Them Bones from Mego (1976)

Released in 1976 from Mego, Them Bones drew gameplay inspiration from Milton Bradley’s Operation, albeit in a spookier setting.

Masters of the Universe Deluxe Latex Masks from NECA

NECA announces a collection of Masters of the Universe latex masks in recognition of the franchise’s 40-year legacy.