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The Best, Worst and Weirdest of Toy Fair 2011


This past week, New York City was once again host to the American International Toy Fair, in which the toy industry showed off its biggest products for the coming year.

I'm not much of a toy guy anymore -- the fact that I already own more versions of Zartan than any one man should have and my disappointment with the current crop of My Little Pony have kept me from cluttering up my house with any more plastic than I've already got -- but I still pay attention to Toy Fair. More than anything else, it's a crazy snapshot of what's going on in the collective geek consciousness, whether I understand it or not. That's why today, I've combed through the coverage of sites like Toy News International to bring you this year's crop of the Best, Worst and Weirdest Toy Fair offerings!

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‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’: The Terrifying Children’s Illustrations of Stephen Gammell


If you ever read Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark as a child, then you too, may be haunted to this day by the ghastly illustrations they contained, and how much fun it was read them under the sheets...

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