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Our Adorable Past

Our Adorable Past

Twenty Six Absolutely True Obscure Facts About Kids Television Shows

What do you mean, Little Richard sang the Magic School Bus theme song? Actually that make a lot of sense.

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Our Adorable Past

Craig Davison Paints Children and the Fictional Characters They Pretend to Play

Craig Davison has a series of paintings where he depicts kids in pretend play, and the character’s they’re emulating. The result is pretty adorable. Many more can be found on his site.

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What Does the Girl in the Most Internet Famous Vintage Lego Ad Think About Them Now?

This 1981 advertisement for Lego sets has been given a renewed life in the reaction to Lego’s Friends line, a line of Lego products that remain the only ones marketed expressly at girls, with minifigures that are incompatible with other Lego products. Apparently this mostly passed by Rachel Giordano, the thirty-seven year old naturopathic doctor who was once the little girl featured in the ad. Women You Should Know.net tracked Giordano down to interview her and recreate the photo with a modern Friends set (a news caster van thats interior contains, not broadcasting equipment, but a makeup vanity).

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It’s Alright, Saved By The Bell Comics Are Out Today

Back in July of last year we brought you the surprising news of Lion Forge Comics picking up the licenses for AirwolfKnight RiderMiami VicePunky Brewster, and Saved by the Bell from NBCUniversal. Well their all-ages imprint, ROAR Comics, launched Saved by the Bell and Punky Brewster as digital comics today. According to the press release, “Both comics are penned by Joelle Sellner, who is also known for writing Teen Titans, Ben 10 and The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, as well as Lion Forge Comics’ original title, Wonderous: The Adventures of Claire Sinclair.” Chynna Clugston Flores and Lesley Vamos are on art duty. Check out two more covers…

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There Is a Parallel Universe Where Tiny Scarlet Johansson Played One of the Kids in Jumanji

The role of Judy, the young female lead in Jumanji, would go to Kirsten Dunst, not Scarlett Johansson, but this footage is certainly a blast from the past. Has there ever been a movie about people playing a literal boardgame that was as good as Jumanji?

Previously in Jumanji

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Your Childhood, But More Badass (And A Little Scary)

French illustrator Sylvain Sarrailh may make you think you’re remembering childhood wrong with his series of “BADASS” character designs. Some may make you laugh, others may make you cry, but part of me is curled up in the corner rocking back and forth saying, “Can’t sleep, clown will eat me.”

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Minimalist Disney Park Posters for Your Favorite Ride

Tony Sherg‘s posters for various Disney Park attractions are the perfect focus for some nostalgic morning dreams. And there are plenty more where they came from!

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Lego Minifigs of the 80s You Dreamed Of

Travel back in time with us again, but this time to a version of the 80s that never actually existed. Lego’s pretty into the licensed tie-in these days, but kids of the 80s had no such luck. Designer/artist Dan Shearn seeks to rectify this, if only in the form of .jpgs images.

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Daria Cosplays Proves It’s Not a Sick, Sad World All the Time

Don’t tell me you’re too young to have seen Daria. Don’t! *plugs fingers in ears* La la la, la la. La la la, la la. (More here.)

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Behold: Lauren Faust’s Childhood My Little Pony Collection

It’s one thing when an adult faces the fact that it’s time to put those childhood toys in indefinite storage. It’s quite another when the adult crafted an immensely popular television reboot of those toys. Lauren Faust, creator of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, tweeted her preparation of the toys for storage, including pictures of the classic MLP characters who inspired the modern ones.

Previously in My Little Pony

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