Author Benjamin Holcomb provides readers with a comprehensive reference book that examines every aspect of Mego’s 8″ action figure toy line.
The Peanuts website captures all the charm of Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts tales and entertains visitors to the site with vintage comic strips mixed with contemporary iterations of the eternally youthful gang of friends.
100 Classic Toys is a colorful look at toys that have captivated generation after generation of children.
Airing on MeTV, the television series Collector’s Call features personal collections amassed by enthusiasts of pop culture, toys, music, and more.
Board Games: With Price Guide is an entertaining visual compendium of more than 1,400 tabletop games from the 1940s through the 1980s.
The Gaming Historian YouTube channel chronicles the history of video games, including the hardware, accessories, hits, misses, and everything in between.
Published for two years between 1984 and 1986, Your Spectrum magazine focused on the ZX Spectrum, an 8-bit personal home computer released in the UK in 1982 by Sinclair Research.
The Horrors of It All website showcases the personal “pre-code” collection of vintage horror comic aficionado, Steve Banes.
As part of Hot Wheels’ 50th anniversary celebration in 2018, author Kris Palmer released Hot Wheels from 0 to 50 at 1:64 Scale.
The Toy-Ventures video series on the Plaid Stallions YouTube channel looks at action figures and playsets from the 1970s and 1980s, decades many collectors consider to be the Golden Age of toys.
Known as the national magazine for the toy trade, Playthings was an award-winning publication dedicated to the doll, toy, and game industries.
Game Informer magazine provides gamers with timely feature announcements and reviews of their favourite games.
Author Eric Bradley provides readers with a wealth of tips, tricks, and practical strategies to assemble an excellent collection of vintage toys.
Fresh off the success of Toys That Time Forgot Volume One, author and toy enthusiast Blake Wright is back with Volume Two of his compendium about toys that were abandoned by manufacturers before they hit toy shelves.
The ComicSpectrum website is a resource for comic enthusiasts interested in growing their knowledge about contemporary and historical comic writers and artists as well as learning about the comic industry.
The Duncan Toys YouTube channel celebrates the technical, artistic, and performance aspects of contemporary yo-yo culture.
BrickJournal is a bi-monthly publication for LEGO enthusiasts of all ages.
Comics in Motion Podcast is an exchange of views by two friends about comic-based movies, television shows, and games.