These dolls prove life in plastic is indeed fantastic!
Nothing made you want to get an bathtub quicker than having one of these bad boys to play with.
Redditor QuirkyLady posed the question, “What is a toy you used to play with as a kid, that was not actually a toy?” Wrapping paper tube swords, anyone?
The creator of the popular collectible toys was found guilty of hiding his income from the IRS in Swiss bank accounts.
There were a lot of disappointed kids receiving these as gifts.
“We’re currently finding out who’s the big person and who’s the little person at the dinner table.” Plus, its Dec. 20 conference call gets fiery. Updates with Census data.
Come on, admit it: You still want that Talkboy!
OK, to be fair, these weren’t ever as great as Happy Meal Toys, but every once in a while they hit it out of the park.
Because they don’t need another video game.
There was no bigger joy for girls (and some boys) than getting one of these epic toys on Christmas morning.
The photographer Gabriele Galimberti brought together children from every corner of the globe to show that no matter who you are or where you’re from, all children love to play.
Barbie’s favorite accessory has an interesting history of his own.
BRB, eBaying all of these toys right now.
An early ’80s Cabbage Patch Kids pattern book might have been the cause of some early body image issues in a lot of kids.
If you were on TV during the ’70s, chances were you had a doll.
More than a million Rainbow Looms have been sold since a Detroit father invented the toy in 2010. Toys ‘R’ Us is locked in a lawsuit with his company after introducing a rival product called Cra-Z-Loom.
Some of the nation’s top retailers are predicting digital devices will be at the top of kids’ wish lists this year.
Cabbage Patch Kids and Jem may have rocked your world, but what about Maxie dolls?
Take the quiz and test your knowledge on the greatest decade to have been a kid. Hater ’90s kids to the left.
Because it wasn’t all about Power Rangers, Furbies, and Beanie Babies.
Let’s see how well you remember your favorite toys from the 80s and 90s.
A toy for a more wholesome era.
Magic is booming in the digital age, scooping up new fans and hundreds of millions in revenue for Hasbro.
The decade that was truly, truly, truly outrageous.
This list is definitive proof that there was no better decade for toys than the ‘80s. (Note: toy lines are listed in no particular order.)
Even if your kids aren’t going on vacation or off to summer camp, you can still ensure they’ll have the best summer ever.
After the Great Beanie Baby Bubble Burst of 1999, Beanie investors were left with nothing. This is their story.
The ’80s and ’90s were a dark time for Ken.