From our partners at hobbyDB: The Crazy History of Captain Marvel

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A post from our close partners at hobbyDB.     The early audience reviews for the new Captain Marvel film were not very good. In fact, they pretty much trashed the movie. The problem was, those reviews came out before the film was even released, trolling fueled by… who even knows anymore? Something to do with […]

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Let’s All Play With The Movies: Films Based On Toys

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With a “Spawn” movie well into production, and a Barbie opus (starring Margot Robie!) set for 2020, the Pop Culture Hall of Fame decided it was a good time to look back on other movies based on toys and games. There have been quite a few toy-based movies, some of them great, many of them… well, […]

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Steve Geppi Donates 3,000 Comics Items to Library of Congress

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Steve Geppi, who has made a career of distributing comic books to millions of readers (and the stores they shop in) has decided more comics belong in the library. The Library of Congress, specifically. And we’re talking about over 3,000 items, all donated from the recently closed Geppi Collection of Comics and Arts. The museum […]

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PCHOF’18 POPS! for Patients Spreads Joy Through Funko Toys

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If you’re a kid experiencing an extended stay in the hospital, it’s nice to have a companion pop into your life. An organization called POPS! for Patients is making that happen in the form of donated Funko Pop! figures. Since August of 2016, they’ve donated almost 10,000 figures to kids in the U.S and other countries, […]

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PCHOF’18 – Warhammer Quest Leads to Hall of Fame

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Ever since Dungeons and Dragons created a niche for long-term cooperative gaming, players have been looking for additional worlds in which to spend even more time. Warhammer has become perhaps the biggest universe to come along. Thirty plus years of ever-expanding worlds and creative play make Warhammer a 2018 inductee of the Pop Culture Hall […]

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