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Link Roundup: Superman, Nintendo, Rainbow Brite, and more

8 things we wanted to share this week:

  1. DC Comics is publishing a lost Superman story from 1945 by Siegel and Shuster, his original creators.
  2. Toy Galaxy TV digs into the myths and facts of the infamous rocket-firing Boba Fett.
  3. You’re never too old to play: Here’s an adult coloring class that is promoting creativity and camaraderie amongst older adults.
  4. The Harry Ransom Center in Austin has digitized and put online 10,000 classic movie posters.
  5. Nintendo didn’t get its start through video games. Learn more about their fascinating history here.
  6. The New York Times has compiled their coverage of Star Wars through the decades in a new coffee table book.
  7. The battle continues over the legal right to use the Comic-Con trademark.
  8. It looks like the revitalization of Rainbow Brite is gaining momentum.

Peruse a weekly summary of intriguing articles related to toys, games, and nostalgia that have hit the news this week.