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Powerpuff Girls

Powerpuff Girls were originally called Whoopass Girls. The cartoon was renamed after Cartoon Network bought the rights.

HispaBrick

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

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The Busy Bee Game from Marx (1952)

Released in the early 1950s by Marx, The Busy Bee Game draws inspiration from the now iconic Game of Cootie, which was produced by Schaper.

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The Friday Five: Tom Berges

Do you remember the feeling you had as a kid as the opening crawl to Star Wars rolled up the screen? Tom Berges sure remembers that feeling. His years growing up watching the movies and playing with Star Wars merchandise led to his creating and curating the popular website igrewupstarwars.com.

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Monopoly FacTOYd

There have been more than five billion little green Monopoly houses built since 1935.

Classic Toy Trains

If you are a model-train enthusiast, Classic Toy Trains is published with you in mind.

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Milton from Milton Bradley (1980)

With recorded phrases like “Hey, Hey, Hey”, “Ridiculous”, “Absurd” and “Nicely Done”, Milton the electronic game has attitude!

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Atari Flashback 7 from AtGames

Since its initial release in 2004, the Atari Flashback has provided retro-gamers with a dedicated console to play popular Atari games. Version 7 continues this trend.

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