Pottermore has teamed up with UK designer Olly Moss to create a new series of Harry Potter posters – they’re only available until October 25, 2016, 10:00 AM EST!
3D printers, laser cutters, open-source hardware, and upcycling were all front-and-center at the 2016 Maker Faire Ottawa.
Winnie the Pooh celebrates 90 years of being everyone’s favourite “…tubby, little chubby all stuffed with fluff…” bear.
Fraggle Rock is returning to HBO and 7 other things we wanted to share this week.
Filmmaker Yaron Betan’s Heroes Manufactured gives a documentary-style glimpse into what it takes to be a Canadian comic book artist or writer. Hint: it ain’t easy. Here, we talk to Betan about the film, the industry, and some of his favourite comic artists.
Food52, an online destination for food lovers, wrote about the enduring appeal of the Easy-Bake Oven.
Marketed as the “car with a brain,” Hasbro’s Amaze-A-Matics were battery operated cars that moved forward, backward, left, and right based on program cards that were fed into the bottom of the car.
With over 13 quintillion times more permutations than the original 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube, the 3x3x5 X-Cube from Moving Parts LLC presents a whole new challenge to fans of twisting logic puzzles.
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.
Curious George is celebrating 75 years of “monkey business” and 7 other things we wanted to share this week.
The Kaboomers Indoor/Outdoor Paddle Game featured a set of inflatable paddles that included a pump in each handle.
Doesn’t everyone need some classic arcade decor in their home?! UK retailer The Fowndry’s new Pac-Man Sound Chip Lamp lets you do just that!
If you missed your chance to experience the Atari 400 in person when it was released in 1979, don’t fret. Living Computers: Museum +Labs has your back.
He’s back! Teddy Ruxpin, the first animated talking toy, has been re-energized by Wicked Cool Toys. With internal memory for up to 40 stories, blinking LCD eyes and a mouth with motorized expressions, the 2017 version of this classic toy is sure to be popular with today’s kids AND their nostalgic parents!
Most of us are familiar with Batman, Wonder Woman, Archie, Iron Man, and Casper. What about Doctor Hormone, The Eye, or Bozo the Iron Man? That’s where Jonathan Morris comes in.
The first episode of the classic anime series Astro Boy is available online and 7 other things we wanted to share this week.
Released in 1982 by Parker Brothers for the Atari VCS, Spider-Man allowed players to assume the role of everyone’s favorite wall-crawler.
With the Batman Classic TV series is marking its 50th anniversary this year, toy company Bif Bang Pow! is celebrating with a new collection of Pin Mate figures that pay homage to the show.