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Mattel's very first remote-controlled wheelchair action figure was designed with Paralympian Aaron Wheelz. And yes, it can totally do a backflip!
By Sarah Gleim
Robert the Doll, with his pockmarked face and little sailor suit, could scare the bejesus out of anyone, but what's the truth behind the stories of his mischief?
Not only does LEGO think "Everything Is Awesome," but it also thinks "Everyone Is Awesome", too. And its newest set is designed to celebrate the diversity of all LEGO fans, including those in the LGBTQIA+ community.
By Jeremy Glass
There are a ton manufactured every year across the world. So what company makes the most? You'll probably be shocked to find out.
Mattel released its latest shero version of the iconic Barbie — and she's the first ever to wear an hijab.
Once considered a paragon of creative, free-form play, Lego sets today incorporate more weapons and suggest more violent behavior than ever before.
It's expected these days to have cartoons based on kids' toys -- and vice versa -- but that wasn't always the case. Which toy started the trend?
If you buy toys solely because you're hoping to make a bunch of money, you might want to come up with a different investment plan. It's hard to predict which ones will become valuable in the future.