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Discover books, magazines, podcasts, and blogs that celebrate toy history, pop culture, and collecting.

Meccano Magazine

From 1916-1981, Meccano Magazine offered builders and fans a printed repository of articles, tips, and new developments in toy construction kits.

The Muppet History Podcast

The Muppet History Podcast is a fan-hosted audio experience that dives into the history and modern-day influences of The Muppets.

The Irwin Allen News Network

The Irwin Allen News Network website is devoted to the history of Irwin Allen, the producer and director known for his contributions to Lost in Space, Land of the Giants, and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea.

Parlett’s History of Board Games

Written by game researcher and inventor, David Parlett, History of Board Games explores the origins and ongoing evolution of popular and lesser-known board games.


ReMIND chronicles popular culture of the 1950s to 1990s in a monthly print magazine format.


The official Pokémon YouTube channel promotes and celebrates the Pokémon franchise in its many forms.


Edge is a UK-based magazine chronicling the world of classic and contemporary video gaming.


The BigPlanes YouTube channel showcases custom LEGO aircraft builds that are large in scale and big on detail.

The SEGA Lounge

The SEGA Lounge podcast invites gaming fans to listen in on conversations with industry insiders and SEGA community personalities.

Where’s the Fun From? – Wiffle Ball

In this installment from his YouTube series, Where’s the Fun From?, Guest Contributor Tim Walsh tells the origin story of how David A. and David N. Mullany invented Wiffle Ball and changed summers forever!