Most Monopoly fans know that you have to be pretty ruthless if you want to win the property trading board game. But get ready to be extra devious; Hasbro has just released a “Disney villains” edition. Rather than acquiring and selling real estate, players of the Disney Villain Monopoly game must buy other villains' contracts to build the best gang of Disney baddies.
With increasing setbacks due to climate change, people are growing more and more worried about the state of the environment...
Shopping for one person is hard enough, but shopping for a pair can be twice as difficult.
In celebration of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 150th anniversary, The Met Store collaborated with Kidrobot to release a limited-edition collection of Dunny figurines that are inspired by the institution's permanent collection. If you aren't familiar with Dunnys, they're collectible vinyl art toys originally created by entrepreneur Paul Budnitz and artist Tristan Eaton, and they've been produced by Kidrobot since 2004.
If you're looking to relieve stress and improve your quality of life, as well as gain better balance and flexibility,...
It's been 40 years since George Lucas' iconic The Empire Strikes Back first landed on the silver screen.
The iconic LEGO brick, patented in 1958, has entertained and inspired people for decades. Generations of children have honed their fine motor skills and stretched their imaginations with these versatile blocks. For adult fans, LEGO expanded into challenging builds and collectable models. Contemporary artists even use tiny plastic bricks to create immense LEGO sculptures. Whether you choose a set or create freestyle, the LEGO brick is a symbol of creativity and imagination.
All cat lovers want what's best for their feline friend, and this includes ensuring they have plenty of clean water...
Sometimes the closer you are to someone, the harder they are to shop for—so finding a gift for your sister?
When Mattel released its first Día de los Muertos-inspired Barbie doll in 2019, it was a huge hit and instantly sold out. This year, the toy manufacturer is celebrating the Mexican “Day of the Dead” again, with a brand-new doll that’s just as beautiful as the last. “My hope for these dolls is that they're able to bring more awareness to the Dia de Muertos celebration,” says the doll’s designer, Javier Meabe.
At long last, office supplies are getting a groovy makeover.
The year 2020 is shaping up to be one like no other.