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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.

Pop Culture Nod of the Week

Take a weekly look at a modern-day thing with a nostalgic influence.

Bob Ross Action Figure from NECA

Bob Ross, the legendary painter and host of the iconic PBS television show The Joy of Painting, has become the latest addition to the line of clothed action figures from New Jersey-based specialty collector company NECA.

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Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine Figurine from Enesco

Folk Artist Jim Shore has put his personal spin on the Mystery Machine, the transportation of choice for Scooby-Doo and the rest of the Mystery Inc. gang.

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Star Wars Collection from Instant Pot

The Star Wars collection of Instant Pot cookers, available exclusively at Williams Sonoma, is the perfect kitchen appliance for fans of the science-fiction franchise.

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Desktop Curling Set from Running Press

The Desktop Curling Set from Running Press provides everything needed to run your own two-player bonspiel, all from the comfort of your desk.

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Dinosaur Fossils (21320) from LEGO

Adult fans of LEGO (AFOLs) will soon be able to add LEGO palaeontology to their list of marketable skills thanks to the release of the Dinosaur Fossils (21320) toy building kit.

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Rubik’s Connected Platform

Rubik’s continues to evolve its iconic 3D cube puzzle with the launch of Rubik’s Connected Platform perfect for the data analyst in your life.

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75255 – Yoda from the LEGO Group

LEGO set number 75255 allows fans of the sci-fi space-opera franchise to build a 16-inch tall jumbo-size model of Yoda.

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The Haunted Mansion Clock from Disney

You can increase the fright-factor of your home decor this Hallowe’en with Disney’s Haunted Mansion Clock, modeled after the demonic grandfather clock that appears in the Haunted Mansion’s Corridor of Doors.

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