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  1. Hasbro Backtracks on Star Wars Toy Question, Starts Listing Names Of Female Character Toys They Already Have

    "And there's Slave Leia, and that other lady, a-and..."

    Remember that interview from yesterday about Hasbro's Star Wars toy line, and how curtly they shot down the idea of more toys based on female characters? Hasbro has felt that disturbance in the force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in annoyance, and has asked "to have this answer revised" in an attempt to silence them. Wait, I think maybe this metaphor is getting away from me.

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  2. Hasbro “Feels They Have Released Plenty” Of Female Character Star Wars Toys, Has No Plans To Announce More

    Oh. Well.

    Fans of Star Wars: Rebels were relieved back in December when Hasbro finally announced they'd be adding figures Hera and Sabine, two major female characters from the show, to their line of Rebels toys. But when you stack them up against the many differently sized figures of male characters like Ezra and Kanan, the options still seems a bit... lopsided. Well, too bad, because if what you want is more female figures, Hasbro doesn't seem to care what you think.

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  3. All the Toy Fair: 70 Images of Toys You Can’t Touch Yet

    We didn't attend Toy Fair this year (lest we steal all the goodies and go to jail) but we've still got a slew of pictures of new toys and collectables for you to gaze at longingly.

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  4. [UPDATED] This is Outrageous! IDW is Working on a Jem and the Holograms Comic

    One might even say it's truly outrageous.

    I'm freaking out. In a good way!

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  5. Hasbro To Help “Operation” Board-Game Inventor Afford $25,000 Medical Procedure

    Wacky doctors are expensive.

    In the early 1960s, John Spinello sold Hasbro the rights to his "Operation" board game for $500. Now, over 40 years later, the franchise started by Spinello is worth an estimated $40 million--and the toy company has found a new way of saying thanks.

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  6. My Little Pony: The Complete Series DVD Review

    Little horse, big nostalgia.

    Before bronies, before pegasisters, before Weird Al and his cheese accordion cutie mark, there was the '80s My Little Pony series. And now the classic MLP has a hoof-up on its popular modern reboot, Friendship is Magic: the entire original show is finally available on one four-disc DVD set.

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  7. A My Little Pony Feature Film Will Gallop Into Theaters in 2017

    And flap there.

    It's been nearly thirty years since My Little Pony graced a wide-spread theatrical release. And I should know, because it happened the year I was born.

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  8. The Angry Birds Stella “Pop Up Experience” Opens Today At SDCC

    D'awww...look at those big eyes.

    Looking for a fun way to kick off your Comic-Con experience this year? The Angry Birds Stella "Pop Up Experience" booth opens today at the Petco Park parking lot (no badge required!) at 9 a.m. and will be offering a variety of giveaways and exclusives throughout SDCC to celebrate their upcoming cartoon Stella--and judging from preview art for the ToonsTV show, this should be one cute booth.

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  9. Adam Sandler’s Candy Land Movie Stuck in Molasses Swamp (AKA Hit with Lawsuit)

    With Judge Gloppy presiding.

    Back in January of 2012, it was announced that Adam Sandler would produce and star in a Candyland movie from Columbia Pictures and Hasbro. Naturally we all took this to be a sign of the impending apocalypse and calmly awaited out fates. Luckily the world didn't end—and even better, the movie might be in trouble now if the original copyright owners of the popular board game have anything to say about it.

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  10. Hasbro Launches New Site To Let Fans 3D Print And Sell Designs

    Friendship3D printing is magic.

    Hasbro has launched a new site to give fans unprecedented freedom to create, produce, and sell art based off popular content such as My Little Pony, Transformers, and Magic: The Gathering.

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