When 80s cartoon and toy properties are rebooted as live-action feature films today, there are certain visual designs that will never make the conversion to the big screen (call it the Nolan Bat-verse effect).

The 7 Most Unnecessarily Jacked 80s Cartoon Villains

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Some 80s cartoon villains like Shredder got into weekly physical altercations with their enemies. Some others had absolutely no business being in such peak physical shape.

The Worst Advice We’ve Ever Heard About Business Development

A little guidance sometimes is all that is required to help you identify bad advice.

5 Things You Should Never Say to an Adult Toy Collector

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Seriously, don’t even start.

Top Games to Watch Out For

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Here are the upcoming games to be on the look out for!

A Decade Before the Mall of America Did, Children’s Television Had a Black Santa Claus, and the World Didn’t End

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Disney did it way before Mall of America.

Download and Print Your ‘Jelly of the Month Club’ Certificate Here

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Download and print the Jelly of the Month Club certificate here, and you can be everyone’s Frank Shirley this year!

Ten 80s Cartoon Characters Who Are Impossible to Christmas Shop For

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Some 80s cartoon characters are easy to shop for at Christmas time. Skeletor? A reservation for one at Castle Grayskull’s throne room. Others, not so much.

10 Things to Think About the Next Time You Watch National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

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Thanksgiving has come and gone (at last) and we are now free to shamelessly celebrate the greatest time of year once again.