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Pop Culture Nod of the Week

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

Batman Classic Series Pin Mate Figures from Bif Bang Pow!

With the Batman Classic TV series is marking its 50th anniversary this year, toy company Bif Bang Pow! is celebrating with a new collection of Pin Mate figures that pay homage to the show.

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Thunderbirds Go Pop! Pop Art Prints from Art & Hue

Dust off your favorite Supermarionation memories with a new series of art prints from UK-based Art&Hue that celebrate the iconic British sci-fi series that first hit the airwaves in 1965.

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Atari Flashback 7 from AtGames

Since its initial release in 2004, the Atari Flashback has provided retro-gamers with a dedicated console to play popular Atari games. Version 7 continues this trend.

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Dry Erase Coloring Decal from BLIK

With their Dry Erase Coloring Decal, wall graphics retailer BLIK has given children and adult coloring book aficionados a perfect excuse to draw on walls.

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Giant Wooden Words from Hammer Crown

Giant Wooden Words is a super-sized version of the game Scrabble, complete with a 39 x 39-inch game board and wooden tiles.

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Retro Arcade Game Kit by Haynes

Provided that you’re armed with a soldering iron, the Retro Arcade Kit from Haynes allows you to build your own hand-held version of Pong.

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My Little Pony 3D Lights from 3DLightFX

Fans of the entertainment franchise My Little Pony can shine some light into their surroundings with a set of 3D lights courtesy of Canadian night light company, 3DLightFX.

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Preset Chess

Chess enthusiasts looking to break out an ad-hoc game or two have a potential new option, Preset Chess.

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Arduboy

This credit-card sized retro gaming system draws its design inspiration from Nintendo’s Game Boy.

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Nanoblocks from Kawada

As their name implies, Nanoblocks fill a micro-sized building brick gap in the LEGO universe.

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