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

Figure Painter Magazine

Figure Painter Magazine shines the light on sculpting, painting, displaying, and collecting miniature figurines from the gaming world.


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.


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


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

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.

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.


While Knucklebones is no longer published, there was a time between 2005 and 2007 it was a valued resource for news and reviews of card and board games.


HispaBrick is a free online magazine written by and for Lego fans.

Retro Gamer Magazine | Toy Tales

Retro Gamer

Retro video-game enthusiasts, you’re not alone! Head over to Retro Gamer to find your comrades.

if Magazine | Toy Tales


Fans of classic science fiction rejoice! The Internet Archive has gathered the entire collection of If, a magazine dedicated to publishing unique science fiction writing.

Classic Console

Produced by a team of volunteer retro-gaming aficionados, Classic Console showcases video game classics from 1972-1999.