While eating my bagel yesterday morning, this ad pops up in my neighborhood Facebook group. Do you see it? Needless to say, I handed the lady five bucks and came home with a sweet copy of the original 1980’s Trivial Pursuit.
We had all the fun toys in the 70’s. Remember the Shaker Maker craft kits from Ideal Toy Co.? “It’s fun… It’s silly… It’s fantastic… Collect ’em… Trade ’em, they’re wild.” The Shaker Maker kits came with plastic molds for animals and characters that you would pour in the “Magic Mix.” After a few minutes, […]
Dungeons & Dragons has seen a big resurgence lately, due in part to its appearance in Netflix’s Stranger Things. My sons have gotten into it and begged me to take them through a few dungeons over the summer. Playing a few scenarios with my boys was so much fun! It let their creativity flow as […]
This was a summer of gaming in our house. Not video games — though there was plenty of that — I’m talking about board games. Lots and lots of board games. Now technically, A Song Of Ice & Fire is considered a tabletop game rather than a board game, but whatever you call it, this […]
Profiles in History has amassed an incredible array of movie history for their upcoming Icons & Legends of Hollywood auction. This is possibly the largest, most significant offering of Hollywood artifacts in the history of the company–and that’s saying something! There are over 900 lots up for bid, and the total sales are expected to […]
At last weekend’s Fairfax Comic Con, I picked up this copy of the Titans: Starring Black Bolt #5. It’s a UK weekly comic that was released in 1975. The publisher experimented with a landscape format, which had two pages appear side by side, resulting in fairly small, and hard to read text. I’m sure there’s […]