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

The Ted Dabney Experience

The Ted Dabney Experience podcast features long-form conversations with insiders from the golden age of the coin-operated video game industry.

Kenner Star Wars Collectors’ Handbook

Collecting vintage Kenner Star Wars action figures is a complex undertaking. Kenner Star Wars Collectors’ Handbook is a new book from a trio of authors that provides essential information for collectors looking to expand their collections.

The Orange Years

As the documentary film The Orange Years readies for release on November 17, Toy Tales reconnects with producer, director, and writer Scott Barber about the making of this homage to the Nickelodeon network.

Where’s the Fun From? – Who Invented Mega Mouth?

In the latest installment from his YouTube series Where’s the Fun From?, Guest Contributor Tim Walsh tells the story of a fateful trip to a grocery store in Taiwan, led to the creation of a silly game of super-sized smiles, MEGA MOUTH!

Elevate My Chess

The Elevate My Chess website is a virtual gathering place for chess players of all ages and experience levels.

ComicBook Nation

Geek culture unites under ComicBook Nation, the official podcast of Tune in for timely news along with light and humorous commentary and reviews.

Bad Fads Museum

Pet Rocks, mood rings, goldfish swallowing, and telephone booth stuffing. These are just a few of the pop-culture phenomena highlighted by the Bad Fads Museum, an online collection of curious crazes.

Rescue & Restore

Aimed at adult antique collectors and vintage enthusiasts, the Rescue & Restore YouTube channel showcases the process of restoring classic and antique toys to their former rust-free glory.

Transformers: A Visual History

The ancient conflict between the Autobots and the Decepticons is front-and-center in Transformers: A Visual History, from author and archivist Jim Sorensen.

Where’s the Fun From? – Ant Farm

In the latest installment from his YouTube series Where’s the Fun From?, Guest Contributor Tim Walsh reveals how a picnic in the summer of 1956 inspired Milton Levine to give the world, Ant Farm!

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.