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Magnetic Force that is. One thing I like about both IronMan and Batman is that they have no super powers, only their brains. And as a result, they can do Super Hero feats thanks to technology. Now what does that have to do with Star Wars, the Force and Jedis? Patience, Young Padawan …
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First, there was Dance Star Mickey in 2010, then there was Rock Star Mickey in 2011, and now, Disney has announced Master Moves Mickey, a great interactive doll which can perform up to 15 ultra-cool break dancing moves that Disney hopes will get kids up and movin, fly style.
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The one way that NASA can get kids excited about space again is to get every toy maker excited about space toys. That’s why I’m stoked that Mattel is putting out a Hot Wheels version of the Mars Curiosity Rover.
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One of my son’s favorite merit badges in Cub Scouts was bike riding. He enjoyed earning that one because not only did he learn to ride his ride, but he also won a bike competition that got him a medal for it as well. But the road wasn’t an easy one and if I had had the Chalk City Road Maker to help teach him, life would’ve been much easier.
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It’s right around the corner. But now, kids are bored out of their skulls, but they’re simply dreading the return to school. And with more and more stores setting up their back to school isles and parents dragging their kids to the store for school supplies and new clothes, that feeling of dread is albeit inevitable. But Toys R Us is looking to ease the pain with a cool lineup of backpacks based on popular toy characters for both boys and girls.
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LEGOs board games are very popular because it enables kids to not only play the game, but build it. That presents some great imaginative play as kids either build the game as directed, or make up their own “unexpected journey” around the board. So when LEGO announced that The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was getting it’s own LEGO board game, it made plenty of sense, and looks like it’s lots of fun.
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The Munsters. It was a terrible sitcom about a family of monsters living in the city, but it was still cool. Not only because of the cool theme song done by the Ventures, but also because of a pair of sweet hot rods used in the show, one made of a model A and the other made out of a coffin. But that was in the 60s. There was a failed attempt at a reboot in the 90s, and NBC Universal is trying again with MockingBird Lane. And MiniMates is getting on the bandwagon with a cool set of Munsters Minimates. Cue the Ventures please, while we take a look!
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LeapFrog has announced that a newer, faster, LeapPad will be coming out just in time for school. The LeapPad 2 will sport a faster processor, 4GB of Storage Memory, a higher resolution screen and longer battery life, making the LeapPad a serious tablet and not just a toy.
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