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You may not know Funko Pop (also stylized as "Pop!") by name, but you've definitely seen the big-headed, wide-eyed vinyl figurines in toy stores and beyond. Funko Pops are kind of like bobbleheads, without the bobble, and they seem even more popular than Beanie Babies were in the 90s.
By Sascha Bos
The tiny toy testers are the most valuable workers at Fisher-Price Play Lab. And they're behind some of the most successful toys in the business.
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?
There are a ton manufactured every year across the world. So what company makes the most? You'll probably be shocked to find out.
Remember your favourite toy from when you were a kid? It may be worth a lot of money today. The online market for the sale of toys is currently booming driven largely by nostalgia and a desire by people to recapture their youth. Websites from eBay and Amazon to Craig’s List and Kijiji are full […] The post 12 Toys From Your Childhood That Are Worth A Lot Of Money Now appeared first on Goliath.
By Goliath Team
Few things provide a better return on investment than sports cards. Baseball and hockey cards that are often bought for a buck or two can end up being worth millions of dollars if a player has a great career or gets inducted into the Hall of Fame. And when players reach legendary status in their […] The post 10 Of The Most Valuable Sports Cards Ever Sold appeared first on Goliath.
By Jack Sackman
The 1980s brought us such cultural tragedies as big hair, glam metal, and an entire decade of neo-conservative government rule. It also provided kids with some life-threatening toys (surprisingly, they weren’t GI Joe action figures). All things considered though, the 80s were relatively quiet in terms of dangerous toys (the days of having fun with […] The post 6 Most Dangerous Toys Of The 80s appeared first on Goliath.
We all know that if you were a kid getting treated to McDonald’s you were already pretty happy, but then you got a toy with your meal and things couldn’t get any better. Mickey D’s officially implemented the Happy Meal in 1979 and although they had given away toys before, this now meant there would be […] The post The 12 Best McDonald’s Toys From the ’90s appeared first on Goliath.
By Telisa Carter
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?