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

TRG Restoration

Don’t junk those old tin toys! The TRG Restoration YouTube channel showcases the process of restoring vintage tin toys and other objects.

What’s It Worth? on A&E

What’s it Worth? is host Jeff Foxworthy’s new entrant to the “Antiques Roadshow” genre, geared toward collecting enthusiasts and treasure-hunters alike.

Fantasy Magazine

After a four-year hiatus, Fantasy Magazine is set to return to ebook readers in November 2020.

Mouse Heaven

The Mouse Heaven website showcases toy designer Mel Birnkrant’s collections of Mickey Mouse and comic characters.

Jelle’s Marble Runs

Check out the Jelle’s Marble Runs YouTube channel for marble racing videos and play-by-play commentary delivered with the earnestness of pro-sports commentary.

FineScale Modeler

Published ten times yearly, FineScale Modeler is a print magazine devoted to the hobby of scale model building.

Toy Museum TV

The Toy Museum TV YouTube channel shares the stories of inventors, start-ups, industry experts, and other individuals involved in the toy and game industry.

Back Issue!

Published eight times yearly, Back Issue! is a print magazine for comic book aficionados of all ages.


RetroFan is a bi-monthly print magazine steeped in the “crazy, cool culture” of the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s.

Play Meter

Play Meter was a US-based trade periodical focused on the coin-operated entertainment industry, published by Skybird Publishing between 1974 and 2018.

LEGO YouTube Channel

The official LEGO YouTube channel is packed with inspiring ideas and entertaining videos to keep LEGO enthusiasts of all ages dreaming and building.

LEGO Star Wars Magazine

LEGO Star Wars magazine is a monthly publication for children between the ages of 6 to 11, from Immediate Media in the UK.