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Nostalgia is big business now, as is evident by all the San Diego Comic-Con exclusives inspired by ‘80s toy lines. But it turns out the stories behind those classic toys are just as satisfying as buying up all the figures you loved as a kid. The first two seasons of Netflix’s The Toys That Made Us gave us a

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7/17/19
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Shared from Kotaku
Shared from Kotaku
Aidan Moher
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When I think back to my childhood and teenage years, when my literary tastes were being forged in the crucible of youthful emotion and impressionism, particular scenes come to life: Sam carrying Frodo up Mt. Doom. The Reaper chasing Wil Ohmsford through the Westland. Marle hugging Crono on top of Death Peak.

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